A computer-assisted depression intervention in primary care.

  title={A computer-assisted depression intervention in primary care.},
  author={Woody Levin and Donald R. Campbell and Kelly McGovern and Jeffrey M Gau and Derek B. Kosty and John R Seeley and Peter M. Lewinsohn},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  volume={41 7},
BACKGROUND The clinical benefit for depression of an interactive computer-assisted cognitive-behavioral program on CD-ROM, the Wellness Workshop (WW), was evaluated in a randomized controlled trial. METHOD A total of 191 individuals referred by primary-care physicians were randomly assigned to a control group, where physician-directed treatment as usual (TAU) was provided, or to a treatment group, where TAU was supplemented with the WW CD-ROM, delivered by mail (WW+TAU). Data were collected… CONTINUE READING
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