Ya-Fen Chan

Johnny Mao2
Jurgen Unutzer2
Enola Proctor2
2Johnny Mao
2Jurgen Unutzer
2Enola Proctor
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PURPOSE The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) is widely used in adult populations; however, its usefulness with adolescents has been explored less. This study sought to evaluate the reliability, validity, and factor structure of the Chinese version of HADS in a community sample of adolescents residing in Hong Kong. METHODS A prospective cohort(More)
Objective The Collaborative Care Model (CCM) is increasingly recognized as a best practice model to integrate evidence based mental health care in primary care. Wide dissemination of the CCM, however, may be hindered by a lack of understanding of the relative importance of the different components of the model. This study aims to assess how fidelity to two(More)
As Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are becoming more prevalent in the U.S. health care domain, the utility of EHR data in translational research and clinical decision-making gains prominence. Leveraging primay· care-based. multi-clinic EHR data, this paper introduces a web-based visualization tool, the Variability Explorer Tool (VET), to assist(More)
Objective To develop and evaluate a fidelity measure of the evidence based collaborative care model for maternal depression care in multidisciplinary primary care sites caring for low income and race/ethnic minority populations. Method Fourteen federally qualified community health centers (FQHCs) in Seattle and King County, Washington participated(More)
Cyberbullying and its effects have been studied largely in middle and high school students, but less is known about cyberbullying in college students. This cross-sectional study investigated the relationship between involvement in cyberbullying and depression or problem alcohol use among college females. Two hundred and sixty-five female students from four(More)
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