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Meader, N.; Mitchell, A. J.; Chew-Graham, C.; Goldberg, D.; Rizzo, M.; Bird, V.; Kessler, D.; Packham, J.; Haddad, M.; Pilling, S. (2011)
Publisher: Royal College of General Practitioners
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: RC, Research
Depression is more likely in patients with chronic physical illness, and is associated with increased rates of disability and mortality. Effective treatment of depression may reduce morbidity and mortality. The use of two stem questions for case finding in diabetes and coronary heart disease is advocated in the Quality and Outcomes Framework, and has become normalised into primary care.
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