Randomized Trial of a Computer-Tailored Intervention for Patients with Depression

@article{Levesque2011RandomizedTO,
  title={Randomized Trial of a Computer-Tailored Intervention for Patients with Depression},
  author={Deborah A Levesque and Deborah F. Van Marter and Robert J. Schneider and Mark R. Bauer and David N. Goldberg and James O Prochaska and Janice M. Prochaska},
  journal={American Journal of Health Promotion},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={77 - 89}
}
Purpose. [...] Key Method Design. Pretest-posttest randomized trial. Setting. Participants were recruited and treated at home after being identified in two primary care clinics in Eastern Massachusetts and Chicago, Illinois. Subjects. A total of 350 adults experiencing at least mild symptoms of depression but not involved in or planning to seek treatment for depression. Intervention.Expand
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