e-Mental health for mood and anxiety disorders in general practice.

@article{Orman2014eMentalHF,
  title={e-Mental health for mood and anxiety disorders in general practice.},
  author={Jan Orman and Bridianne O'Dea and Fiona Shand and Michael Berk and Judith Proudfoot and Helen Christensen},
  journal={Australian family physician},
  year={2014},
  volume={43 12},
  pages={832-7}
}
BACKGROUND Australia is a world leader in the development of internet-delivered programs for the prevention and management of mood and anxiety disorders. Despite a strong evidence base of time- and cost-effectiveness, as well as clinical efficacy, the uptake of these programs in general practice remains low. OBJECTIVE To familiarise general practitioners (GPs) with the range of online programs in Australia that have demonstrated efficacy and are currently available for use by patients with… CONTINUE READING
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