Research evidence demonstrating how the quality of primary care for depression can be improved is dispersed in different academic journals and written in technical jargon. Depression in Primary Care: Evidence and Practice summarizes this research in a clear and useable format, and will assist practitioners, researchers and policy makers alike.Table of ContentsPreface1. Depression in primary care Rachel Churchill and Simon Gilbody2. Models of care Simon Gilbody and Peter Bower3. Linking evidence to practice Simon Gilbody and Peter Bower4. Evidence and guidelines Linda Gask, Simon Gilbody and Peter Bower5. Collaborative care Simon Gilbody and Peter Bower6. Consultation-liaison Simon Gilbody and Peter Bower7. Replacement/referral - brief psychological interventions Karina Lovell, Simon Gilbody and Peter Bower8. UK perspective David Richards9. North American perspective Stephen Thielke and Jürgen Unützer10. European perspective Pim Cuijpers, Annemieke van Straten and Laura Kool11. Developing world perspective Ricardo Araya12. Conclusions Peter Bower and Simon GilbodyIndex.
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Titolo: Depression in Primary Care - Evidence and Practice
Editore: Cambridge University Press
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