Do depressed patients in different treatment settings have different levels of well-being and functioning?

@article{Stewart1993DoDP,
  title={Do depressed patients in different treatment settings have different levels of well-being and functioning?},
  author={Anita L. Stewart and Cathy Donald Sherbourne and Kenneth Brooks Wells and M. Audrey Burnam and William H. Rogers and R. Duane Hays and John E. Ware},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={1993},
  volume={61 5},
  pages={849-57}
}
Differences in the functioning and well-being of adult patients with current or past depressive disorder who visited clinicians of different specialties in health maintenance organizations, solo practices, or large multispecialty group practices were examined. For patients in different systems, there were no significant differences in functioning and well-being across 12 domains tested. Patients of mental health specialists had worse mental health and more limitations in social activities… CONTINUE READING

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