Opportunities For Improving Access To Evidence-based Treatments Of Depression
Depression usually has its onset during adolescence or early adulthood. Recurrences are common and contribute to its substantial disability. Mild symptoms may be the beginning of a new episode or lingering consequences of a partially remitted episode. Waiting for symptoms to become full blown or leaving mild symptoms untreated may miss opportunities to improve patient outcome. An understanding of the natural course of untreated depression, together with an appreciation of differences between clinical research and practice, facilitates translation of research findings into effective clinical care.
- Weissman et al. - 2019 - Opportunities for Improving Access to Evidence-Bas.pdf application/pdf 273 KB Download File
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- American Journal of Psychiatry