Major Depression among methamphetamine users entering drug treatment programs
Objective: To determine the prevalence of major depression among people entering treatment for methamphetamine use. Design, setting and participants: The study was a cross-sectional survey involving 41 specialised drug and alcohol treatment agencies in Brisbane and Sydney. Services provided by these agencies included residential rehabilitation, detoxification and counselling. Participants were 400 people entering treatment for methamphetamine use who were recruited from participating treatment...[Show more]
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