Illness Beliefs, Treatment Beliefs and Information Needs as Starting Points for Patient Information: The Evaluation of an Intervention for Patients with Depression

@article{Glattacker2018IllnessBT,
  title={Illness Beliefs, Treatment Beliefs and Information Needs as Starting Points for Patient Information: The Evaluation of an Intervention for Patients with Depression},
  author={Manuela Glattacker and Katja Heyduck and Cornelia Meffert and Teresa Jakob},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={316-333}
}
Patients with depression are often dissatisfied with disease- and therapy-related information. The objective of this study was to evaluate an intervention that applied the Common Sense Model to the provision of information during inpatient rehabilitation for patients with depression. The intervention was evaluated in a sequential control group design. Analyses of covariance were used to assess differences between the control and intervention groups. Changes with respect to illness and treatment… CONTINUE READING
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