Computerized Depression Screening and Awareness

@article{Ogles1998ComputerizedDS,
  title={Computerized Depression Screening and Awareness},
  author={Benjamin M. Ogles and Christopher R France and Kirk M. Lunnen and Todd Bell and Mura Goldfarb},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={34},
  pages={27-38}
}
The DEPRESSION Awareness, Recognition andTreatment (D/ART) program under the sponsorship of theNational Institutes of Health has made consistentefforts to help educate many communities around thenation about depression. One important aspect of thiseffort includes offering free screening for depressionto the general public. Since new technology oftenpromotes curiosity and interest, a computerizeddepression screening and awareness program was created touse at fairs and other local events… CONTINUE READING

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