Depression recognition and capacity for self-report among ethnically diverse nursing homes residents: Evidence of disparities in screening.

@article{Chun2017DepressionRA,
  title={Depression recognition and capacity for self-report among ethnically diverse nursing homes residents: Evidence of disparities in screening.},
  author={A. Kok Kin Chun and Joann P. Reinhardt and Mildred Ramirez and Julie M Ellis and Stephanie Silver and Orah R. Burack and Joseph P. Eimicke and Verena Renate Cimarolli and Jeanne A. Teresi},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2017},
  volume={26 23-24},
  pages={
          4915-4926
        }
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To examine agreement between Minimum Data Set clinician ratings and researcher assessments of depression among ethnically diverse nursing home residents using the 9-item Patient Health Questionnaire. BACKGROUND Although depression is common among nursing homes residents, its recognition remains a challenge. DESIGN Observational baseline data from a longitudinal intervention study. METHODS Sample of 155 residents from 12 long-term care units in one US facility; 50 were… CONTINUE READING
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