Depressive disorders in primary care

@article{Williams2007DepressiveDI,
  title={Depressive disorders in primary care},
  author={J. Williams and C. A. Kerber and C. Mulrow and A. Medina and C. Aguilar},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={10},
  pages={7-12}
}
OBJECTIVES: To assess the relative prevalence of subsyndromal depression (SubD) and major depression (MDD) in primary care patients and describe their associated functional impairments, and to define the operating characteristics of a short depression screen (SDS).SETTING: Three primary care clinics: a university-affiliated Veterans Affairs clinic, a county general internal medicine clinic, and a community health center.SUBJECTS: Randomly selected adult patients (n=221), aged ≥30 years, with no… Expand
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