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Mark Agius, Catherine Louise Murphy, Rashid Zaman
INTRODUCTION: shared or Collaborative Care in the treatment of Depression is an evidence based intervention which has been shown to be more effective than ordinary general Practitioner care in the treatment of Depression, however, it is not yet Government policy in the United Kingdom. We aimed to bring together in one place all the studies which have been carried out, up till mid 2009, in order to demonstrate the evidence that shared collaborative care has important advantages in terms both of depression outcomes and cost benefits, in order to argue for the adoption of this approach in the United Kingdom and n Europe...
November 2010: Psychiatria Danubina
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July 2008: Nursing Law's Regan Report
P R McAtee, H K Silver
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