The Positive Effect of Integrated Care on Depressive Symptoms in Stroke Survivors

@article{Joubert2008ThePE,
  title={The Positive Effect of Integrated Care on Depressive Symptoms in Stroke Survivors},
  author={Jacques Joubert and Lynette Joubert and Chris Reid and Dave Barton and Toby B Cumming and Peter J. Mitchell and Molly House and Robert Heng and Graham N Meadows and Mark Walterfang and Christos Pantelis and David Ames and Stephen Davis},
  journal={Cerebrovascular Diseases},
  year={2008},
  volume={26},
  pages={199 - 205}
}
Background: Depressive symptoms occur in approximately one-third of stroke patients. We sought to evaluate whether an integrated model of stroke care and secondary prevention reduced depressive symptomatology in stroke survivors. Methods: The integrated care (IC) model is a multifaceted program that provides ongoing collaboration between a specialist stroke service and primary care physicians, using telephone tracking, a bi-directional information feedback loop, management of vascular risk… Expand
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