A Web-Based Self-Help Intervention May Prevent Or Delay Major Depressive Disorder In Adults With Subthreshold Depression
Perspective | January 13, 2017
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According to recent research, patients with subthreshold depression were less likely to develop major depressive disorder (MDD) over a 12-month period using a web-based guided self-help intervention compared to patients that used enhanced usual care; only 27% of web-based intervention participants had developed depression at the 12-month follow-up, as compared with 41% of the control…
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