Psychological problems in New Zealand primary health care: a report on the pilot phase of the Mental Health and General Practice Investigation (MaGPIe)
Aim: To carry out a pilot study in two regions in order to investigate prevalence of psychological problems in primary care in New Zealand. Method: General Practitioners (GPs) within two geographic regions were randomly selected. All adult attenders at their practice on selected days were administered a short questionnaire, the GHQ-12, which assesses the presence of psychological symptoms. The GP recorded the reasons for each consultation, and was interviewed at the end of each day about...[Show more]
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|Source:||New Zealand Medical Journal 114.1124 (2001): 13-16|
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