Depression in Adults with a Chronic Physical Health Problem
Publisher: British Psychological Society 2010
Number of pages: 422
People with a chronic physical health problem (e.g. cancer, diabetes) are three times more likely to develop depression. When they do, it is much more severe. Sets out clear recommendations for healthcare staff (based on the best available evidence) on how to diagnose and manage adults with a chronic physical health problem who have depression, in order to significantly improve their treatment and care.
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