Problem-solving treatment in general practice residency: A focus group study of registrars' views
Objective: General practitioner (GP) registrars often express the need for more expertise of non-pharmacological treatments for patients with mental health problems. Problem-solving treatment (PST) could be an attractive option. We aimed to explore GP registrars' views on PST-training during residency and on the actual use of PST in general practice. Methods: We performed a qualitative study with four focus groups, interviewing 18 Dutch registrars who had been trained in PST during residency....[Show more]
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