PRACTITIONER 2009;253(1722):12-14

Depression may be overdiagnosed in primary care

01 Oct 2009Pais-up subscribers

Unassisted GP diagnoses of depression are usually wrong. Depression severity measures can play an important role in filtering out some of the false positives, providing the cut-off score is set at the appropriate level.

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