Evidence for Collaborative Care and Adolescent Depression

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A systematic review of the evidence for routine screening for Major Depressive Disorder in children and adolescents showed that Collaborative Care was associated with higher response rates and ranked it as one of the most beneficial treatments. 

Publication
Annals of Internal Medicine
Publication date
February 9, 2016
Authors
Valerie Forman-Hoffman, PhD, MPH; Emily McClure, MSPH; Joni McKeeman, PhD; Charles T. Wood, MD; Jennifer Cook Middleton, PhD; Asheley C. Skinner, PhD; Eliana M. Perrin, MD, MPH; and Meera Viswanathan, PhD