Plenty of activity but little outcome data: a review of the "grey literature" on primary care anxiety and depression programs in Australia.
OBJECTIVE: To identify reports in the "grey literature" of programs conducted in Australian primary care to improve depression and anxiety outcomes, and to examine these reports for evidence of effectiveness. METHODS: A systematic search was undertaken for grey literature reports using primary health care research databases, community and professional websites, clearinghouse sources, government reports, and reports from the Australian General Practice Network. Reports were included if they...[Show more]
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