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By Dr. Randall White on July 8, 2015
Simple use of a self-rated symptom checklist can double the odds of response to antidepressant medication in primary-care patients.
By Dr. Daniel Dodek on March 18, 2015
Mental health problems including anxiety, depression and stress make up a large proportion of a typical day in primary care medicine. They also contribute a huge comorbid burden in specialty care. These conditions all require an intense amount of time to help and manage patients.
By Dr. Maria Chung on September 10, 2012
Depression can have devastating effects on the elderly and their families. Moreover, it is often under recognized, as it can present atypically, with agitation/ anxiety, somatic symptoms, or cognitive and functional decline rather than sadness and withdrawal.
By Dr. Karen Buhler on April 16, 2012
The EDS is a highly sensitive screening tool administered in less than 10 minutes and can be distributed before the encounter.
By Dr. Dan Bilsker on April 11, 2011
Innovative forms of service delivery have the potential to greatly expand the scope of depression intervention. Series of self-management workbooks designed to teach depressed individuals evidence-based skills for mood management, available for free download from http://www.comh.ca/selfcare/.