06/03/2012 Medicine Political Science
DOI: 10.1503/cmaj.111035 SemanticScholar ID: 663006 MAG: 2127215785

Rethinking recommendations for screening for depression in primary care

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Screening for depression in primary care is an issue that is highly contentious and hotly debated, and recommendations have evolved over time. For example, early policy statements from the 1990s in Canada[1][1] and the United States[2][2] recommended against screening for depression in primary care[

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Prof. Simon Gilbody

University of York - Director of the Mental Health and Addictions Research Group

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