Models in the delivery of depression care: a systematic review of randomised and controlled intervention trials
BACKGROUND: There is still debate as to which features, types or components of primary care interventions are associated with improved depression outcomes. Previous reviews have focused on components of collaborative care models in general practice settings. This paper aims to determine the effective components of depression care in primary care through a systematic examination of both general practice and community based intervention trials. METHODS: Fifty five randomised and controlled...[Show more]
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