Assessing the effectiveness of the “human givens” approach in treating depression: a quasi experimental study in primary care

@inproceedings{Tsaroucha2012AssessingTE,
  title={Assessing the effectiveness of the “human givens” approach in treating depression: a quasi experimental study in primary care},
  author={Anna Konstantina Tsaroucha and Paul Kingston and Tony Kevin Stewart and Ian Christopher Walton and Nadia Corp},
  year={2012}
}
Purpose – This paper aims to present the findings of research commissioned by a Primary Care Trust in the UK to assess the implementation of a new pilot Human Givens mental health service (HGS) within primary care. Design/methodology/approach – Participating General Practitioners practices were designated as either “Human givens” or “Control” practices. The study focused on service users with mild to moderate depressed mood measured using HADS. The well-being of these participants was examined… CONTINUE READING

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