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A description of seven funding mechanisms for depression care management.

Interventions that provide training to primary care teams in how to manage depression consistently produce net benefits.

A trial that overwhelmingly showed the effectiveness of the Improving Mood-Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment (IMPACT) collaborative care management program for late-life depression.

This video contains interviews with real patients talking about their experiences with depression and depression treatment with a focus on older adults.

Based partly on team care models developed at the University of Washington, REACH NOLA trained primary care professionals, case managers, psychologists, and social workers to work together to make cognitive behavioral therapy available in their communities.

Description of Collaborative Care and the role of the psychiatric consultant.

Provides an overview of common health behavior change recommendations, the basic principles of brief psychotherapeutic interventions, and the process for triaging patients to appropriate referrals.

An overview of the Primary Care Psychiatric Consultation Training series.

Describes the principles of chronic illness care and how they apply to behavioral health.

Discusses common psychiatric presentations observed in primary care, approaches to providing treatment, working on a Collaborative Care team, and practice considerations for consulting in a Collaborative Care program.

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