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Effect of Telephone-Administered vs Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Adherence to Therapy and Depression Outcomes Among Primary Care Patients

Effect of Telephone-Administered vs Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Adherence to... ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION Scan for Author Effect of Telephone-Administered vs Video Interview Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Adherence to Therapy and Depression Outcomes Among Primary Care Patients A Randomized Trial David C. Mohr, PhD Context Primary care is the most common site for the treatment of depression. Most Joyce Ho, PhD depressed patients prefer psychotherapy over antidepressant medications, but access bar- riers are believed to prevent engagement in and completion of treatment. The telephone Jenna Duffecy, PhD has been investigated as a treatment delivery medium to overcome access barriers, but Douglas Reifler, MD little is known about its efficacy compared with face-to-face treatment delivery. Leslie Sokol, PhD Objective To examine whether telephone-administered cognitive behavioral therapy (T-CBT) reduces attrition and is not inferior to face-to-face CBT in treating depression Michelle Nicole Burns, PhD among primary care patients. Ling Jin, MS Design, Setting, and Participants A randomized controlled trial of 325 Chicago- Juned Siddique, DrPH area primary care patients with major depressive disorder, recruited from November 2007 to December 2010. EPRESSION IS COMMON, WITH the 1-year prevalence rate of Interventions Eighteen sessions of T-CBT or face-to-face CBT. major depressive disorder Main Outcome Measures The primary outcome was attrition (completion vs non- Destimated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Effect of Telephone-Administered vs Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Adherence to Therapy and Depression Outcomes Among Primary Care Patients

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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2012 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2012.5588
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22706833
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Abstract

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION Scan for Author Effect of Telephone-Administered vs Video Interview Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Adherence to Therapy and Depression Outcomes Among Primary Care Patients A Randomized Trial David C. Mohr, PhD Context Primary care is the most common site for the treatment of depression. Most Joyce Ho, PhD depressed patients prefer psychotherapy over antidepressant medications, but access bar- riers are believed to prevent engagement in and completion of treatment. The telephone Jenna Duffecy, PhD has been investigated as a treatment delivery medium to overcome access barriers, but Douglas Reifler, MD little is known about its efficacy compared with face-to-face treatment delivery. Leslie Sokol, PhD Objective To examine whether telephone-administered cognitive behavioral therapy (T-CBT) reduces attrition and is not inferior to face-to-face CBT in treating depression Michelle Nicole Burns, PhD among primary care patients. Ling Jin, MS Design, Setting, and Participants A randomized controlled trial of 325 Chicago- Juned Siddique, DrPH area primary care patients with major depressive disorder, recruited from November 2007 to December 2010. EPRESSION IS COMMON, WITH the 1-year prevalence rate of Interventions Eighteen sessions of T-CBT or face-to-face CBT. major depressive disorder Main Outcome Measures The primary outcome was attrition (completion vs non- Destimated

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 6, 2012

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