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Diabetes, depression, and quality of life: a population study.
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study was to assess the prevalence of diabetes and depression and their associations with quality of life using a representative population sample. RESEARCH DESIGN ANDExpand
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Deliberate self harm: systematic review of efficacy of psychosocial and pharmacological treatments in preventing repetition
Abstract Objective: To identify and synthesise the findings from all randomised controlled trials that have examined the effectiveness of treatments of patients who have deliberately harmedExpand
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Mental health literacy: an impediment to the optimum treatment of major depression in the community.
BACKGROUND Mental health literacy refers to the knowledge and beliefs about mental disorders which aid their recognition, management and prevention. This study examined the mental health literacy andExpand
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The community prevalence of depression in older Australians.
OBJECTIVE To estimate the prevalence of depression among older adults in Australia. METHOD All general practitioners in Australia's five most populous states who satisfied certain eligibilityExpand
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Detecting determinants of suicidal ideation: South Australian surveillance system results
SummaryObjective:To determine the self reported prevalence of suicidal ideation in South Australia and to examine the relationship of suicidal ideation with a range of risk, social and demographicExpand
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Subsyndromal depression: prevalence, use of health services and quality of life in an Australian population
Abstract.Background:A study of the prevalence, use of services and quality of life of those with subsyndromal depression in a random and representative Australian population.Methods:A face-to-faceExpand
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Differences in community mental health literacy in older and younger Australians
  • L. Fisher, R. Goldney
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of geriatric psychiatry
  • 1 January 2003
Depression has been traditionally considered to increase with age, although that may be due to sampling of those who have presented with depressive conditions. It is now recognised that patients'Expand
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The Excess Cost of Depression in South Australia: A Population-Based Study
Objective: To establish excess costs associated with depression in South Australia, based on the prevalence of depression (from the Primary Care Evaluation of Mental Disorders (PRIME-MD)) andExpand
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Prediction of suicide.
  • R. Goldney
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1991
When writing can change your life, when writing can enrich you by offering much money, why don't you try it? Are you still very confused of where getting the ideas? Do you still have no idea withExpand
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A Randomized Trial to Reduce the Prevalence of Depression and Self-Harm Behavior in Older Primary Care Patients
PURPOSE We wanted to determine whether an educational intervention targeting general practitioners reduces the 2-year prevalence of depression and self-harm behavior among their older patients.Expand
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