Not a member? Sign up for free!

Does GP Training In Depression Care Affect Patient Outcome? A Systematic Review & Meta-Analysis

Research Summary | December 8, 2016

Not a member? Sign up for free!

Join us as we continue our efforts towards improving the future of mental health care through information, discussion, and collaboration.
Sign up today for instant access to all PsychU offerings. Membership is free!

Join PsychU

Key Messages Depression is commonly treated in the primary care setting. This systematic review identified 8 randomized controlled trials that evaluated the impact, with respect to patient symptoms, of training primary care physicians in depression care. Physician training alone did not result in any improvement in patients’ symptoms in 3 studies. Small improvements in depressive…

You must be logged in to read the full article: Join PsychU or Log In