Anxiety in primary care.


Anxiety disorders are common within primary care (PC) settings and are associated with patient functional impairment, distress, and high utilization of medical care services. Data from PC settings indicate that detection of anxiety disorders is low. Furthermore, adequate psychosocial and pharmacologic treatment of anxiety disorders in accordance with… (More)


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@article{Demertzis2006AnxietyIP, title={Anxiety in primary care.}, author={Kristen Hope Demertzis and Michelle G Craske}, journal={Current psychiatry reports}, year={2006}, volume={8 4}, pages={291-7} }