Effectiveness of collaborative care in addressing depression treatment preferences among low-income Latinos.

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OBJECTIVE This study assessed treatment preferences among low-income Latino patients in public-sector primary care clinics and examined whether a collaborative care intervention that included patient education and allowed patients to choose between medication, therapy, or both would increase the likelihood that patients received preferred treatment… (More)
DOI: 10.1176/ps.2010.61.11.1112

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@article{DwightJohnson2010EffectivenessOC, title={Effectiveness of collaborative care in addressing depression treatment preferences among low-income Latinos.}, author={Megan M Dwight-Johnson and Isabel T. Lagomasino and J. L. Hay and Lily H Zhang and Lingqi Tang and Jennifer M. Green and Naihua Duan}, journal={Psychiatric services}, year={2010}, volume={61 11}, pages={1112-8} }