Group cognitive behavioural therapy for postnatal depression: a systematic review of clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and value of information analyses.

@article{Stevenson2010GroupCB,
  title={Group cognitive behavioural therapy for postnatal depression: a systematic review of clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and value of information analyses.},
  author={Matt Stevenson and Alison Scope and Paul A Sutcliffe and Allyson Booth and Pauline Slade and Glenn Parry and Dave Saxon and E Kalthenthaler},
  journal={Health technology assessment},
  year={2010},
  volume={14 44},
  pages={
          1-107, iii-iv
        }
}
BACKGROUND Postnatal depression (PND) describes a wide range of distressing symptoms that can occur in women following childbirth. There is substantial evidence to support the use of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) in the treatment of depression, and psychological therapies are recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence as a first-line treatment for PND. However, access is limited owing to expense, waiting lists and availability of therapists. Group CBT may… CONTINUE READING

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Group cognitive behavioural therapy for postnatal depression : a systematic review of clinical effectiveness , cost - effectiveness and value of information analyses

Stevenson, A Scope, +3 authors G Parry
  • Health Technol Assess
  • 2010