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Effectiveness of attached social workers in the management of depressed female patients in general practice

ein Vorkämpfer des Deutschtums in Böhem, Mähren und Schlesien im Jahre 1848/1849.

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        StatementCambridge University Press
        PublishersCambridge University Press
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        LC Classifications1984
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        Paginationxvi, 66 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Psychological medicine. Monograph supplement -- 6
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Working in collaboration Research into counselling in primary care requires the active collaboration of other professionals. Wesnes KA, Faleni RA, Hefting NR, Hoogsteen G, Houben JJG, Jenkins E, et al. However, findings in this review illustrate how often different results are found for different subgroups of patients in terms of severity and duration.

The effectiveness of mental health consultation and referral in ambulatory primary care: A research lacuna

In the absence of a research diagnosis, symptoms assessed by reliable and valid self-report questionnaires had to be reported. Cognitive therapy for major depressive disorder in primary care.

They pointed out that there was considerable methodological diversity in the studies which limited their comparability. 1995 randomised 91 patients who had been diagnosed as having severe depression according to their research diagnostic criteria into three groups: problem solving therapy PSTa drug placebo and amitriptyline.

with major depression DSM-IV or depressive episode ICD-10. S 1993 Brief interventions for alcohol problems: a review. Presenting problem, GP and patient satisfaction, prescribing rates were assessed. Marital counselling in general practice. 23 3169 Annual process report of 1999 number of clients using service, presenting problems, cost and waiting times. Schulberg HC, Pilkonis PA, Houck P.

Only in the study of Simpson et al. The relatively small number of contact hours of counsellors contribute to the difficulties of making such contacts with GPs and other members of the primary health care team. Part I describes a number of innovations in the community care of psychiatric patients, including programmes for psychotic patients, primary care based psychiatric services for non-psychotics and emergency services in community settings.

Collaboration or Conflict: Factors Affecting Interdisciplinary Teamwork

As research is becoming increasingly relevant to practice, now is the time for researchers and practitioners to discuss how it can be developed in order to provide more scientific methods of investigation which in turn will provide more clinically relevant results. Evaluating psychological interventions in this way shows there is considerable evidence that counselling is effective in a number of ways in a primary care setting.

What was the level of patient satisfaction with the service? No major difference in outcome. The provision of effective mental health services, at a reasonable cost, to all sections of the population is one of the most pressing problems facing clinicians, planners and administrators of mental health services in the industrialised countries.

He is a co-editor of Collaborative Community Mental Health Care Ritter et al, 1995.