A study of a culturally focused psychiatric consultation service for Asian American and Latino American primary care patients with depression

January 2011
BMC Psychiatry;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p166
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a study involving a multi-component intervention for Asian American and Latino American primary care depression patients, at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). It is stated that to assess a culturally appropriate intervention to improve the diagnosis and treatment of depression in the target population, a randomized controlled trial is proposed.


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