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A stepped care intervention for non-specialist health workers' management of depression in the Mental Health in Primary Care (MeHPriC) project, Lagos, Nigeria: A cluster randomised controlled trial.

The study aimed to evaluate the clinical effectiveness of a developed stepped care intervention for management of depression in primary care.

Can General Practitioners manage mental disorders in primary care? A partially randomised, pragmatic, cluster trial.

For a decade, experts have suggested integrating mental health care into primary care to help bridge mental health Treatment Gap. General Practitioners (GPs) are the first port-of-call for many patients with mental ill-health. In Indonesia, the WHO mhGAP is being systematically introduced to its network of 10,000 primary care clinics as an add-on mental health training for pairs of GPs and Nurses, since the end of 2015. In one of 34 provinces, there exists an integrated care model: the co-location of clinic...

Embedded Maternal Mental Health Care in a Pediatric Primary Care Clinic: A qualitative exploration of mothers' experiences.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends screening parents for postpartum depression during pediatric primary care visits. Unfortunately, many women who screen positive do not obtain treatment. Providing mental health services for women in the same location as their children's primary care may facilitate treatment, but few such clinics exist. We designed a qualitative study to evaluate women's perceptions and experiences with receiving mental health services from psychiatrists embedded in a safety-net ...

Bridging Community Mental Health and Primary Care to Improve Medication Monitoring and Outcomes for Patients With Mental Illness Taking Second-Generation Antipsychotics-HDC/DFMC Bridge Project, Phase 1: Group Concept Mapping.

Patients with severe mental illness often lack care coordination between primary care and mental health providers. Siloed patient care across separate health care systems can negatively impact quality and safety of patient care. The purpose of the project discussed in this article is to effectively engage stakeholders from separate primary care and mental health organizations to develop an ideal cross-organization communication system to improve metabolic monitoring for their comanaged patients prescribed s...

Veterans Health Administration Investments In Primary Care And Mental Health Integration Improved Care Access.

Aiming to increase care access, the national Primary Care-Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI) initiative of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) embedded specialists, care managers, or both in primary care clinics to collaboratively care for veterans with psychiatric illness. The initiative's effects on health care use and cost patterns were examined among 5.4 million primary care patients in 396 VHA clinics in 2013-16. The median rate of patients who saw a PC-MHI provider was 6.3 percent. Each percent...

National Referral and Treatment Patterns Among Mental Health Pediatric Primary Care Visits.

The current study explored factors that predict referral from pediatric primary care to mental health specialty care among a nationally representative sample of visits (N = 2056). Results of a logistic regression indicated that patient visits that included rarer/serious diagnoses (e.g., bipolar disorder) were more likely to receive a referral in comparison to those with ADHD (OR = 4.75, SE = 1.37). Other characteristics associated with increased likelihood of referral were those with comorbid mental h...

Strategies to strengthen the provision of mental health care at the primary care setting: An Evidence Map.

In a deinstitutionalised mental health care system, those with mental illness require complex, multidisciplinary and intersectoral care at the primary or community service setting. This paper describes an Evidence Map of different strategies to strengthen the provision of mental health care at the primary health care (PHC) setting, the quality of the evidence, and knowledge gaps. Electronic and reference searching yielded 2666 articles of which 306 qualified for data extraction. A systematic review methodol...

Perceptions of pregnant women about prenatal care in primary health care.

To understand the perceptions of pregnant women about the care received during prenatal care, in the field of primary health care.

Evaluation of at-risk infant care: comparison between models of primary health care.

To analyze the health care network for at-risk infants in the western region of the city of São Paulo, with the primary health care as coordinator, and to compare the presence and extension of attributes of primary health care in the services provided, according to the service management model (Family Health Strategy and traditional basic health units).

HRSA-funded Health Centers Are an Important Source of Care and Reduce Unmet Needs in Primary Care Services.

Evidence indicates the unmet need for primary care services including medical, mental health, and dental care is greater among uninsured and Medicaid beneficiaries than privately insured individuals, many of whom use Health Resources and Services Administration-funded health centers (HRSA HCs).

Practitioners' positive attitudes promote shared decision-making in mental health care.

There is a growing expectation of implementing shared decision making (SDM) in today's health care service, including mental health care. Traditional understanding of SDM may be too narrow to capture the complexity of treatments of mental health problems. Although the patients' contribution to SDM is well described, the contribution from the health care practitioners is less explored. Therefore, our aim was to explore the attitudes of practitioners in mental health care and the associations between practiti...

Psychological and neighborhood factors associated with urban women's preventive care use.

Women are more likely than men to forego care-including preventive care. Understanding which factors influence women's preventive care use has the potential to improve health. This study focuses on the largely understudied areas of psychological barriers (depression) and neighborhood factors (support and stressors) that may be associated with women's preventive care use through secondary analysis of the Chicago Community Adult Health Study. Across models, 30-40% of the variance in preventive care adherence ...

Data envelopment analysis applications in primary health care: a systematic review.

Strategic management of primary health care centres is necessary for creating an efficient global health care system that delivers good care.

Priority mental, neurological and substance use disorders in rural Kenya: Traditional health practitioners' and primary health care workers' perspectives.

Over 75% of people with mental neurological and substance use disorders (MNSD) live in low and middle-income countries with limited access to specialized care. The World Health Organization's Mental Health Gap Action Program (mhGAP) aims to address the human resource gap but it requires contextualization.

Trauma-informed primary care for medical residents.

Psychological trauma can have a significant impact on mental and physical health, and interpersonal relationships. Many physicians report discomfort addressing psychological trauma in the context of health care visits, and few training opportunities exist for health care trainees to learn about the relationship between trauma and health. The aim of this project was to develop and implement an educational curriculum to teach medical and nursing trainees about trauma-informed primary care.

Technology-Enabled Person-Centered Mental Health Services Reform: Strategy for Implementation Science.

Health information technologies are being rapidly developed to improve the delivery of mental health care; however, a range of facilitators, barriers, and contextual conditions can impact the adoption and sustainment of these solutions. An implementation science protocol supports researchers to achieve primary effectiveness goals in relation to mental health services reform and aids in the optimization of implementation processes to promote quality health care, prolonging sustainability.

Physician Use of Health Care Teams for Improving Quality in Primary Care.

Health care teams may be used to improve quality in the primary care setting. Absent in the extant literature on health care teams is knowledge of how physicians seek to deploy this innovation on an everyday basis to improve care quality. This study's aim was to explore how physicians use teams in practice to deliver higher-quality care.

Bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder in rural primary care: extending specialty care reach.

Similar proportions of individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder present for care in primary care and specialty mental health care settings. Uncertainty remains about optimal care for individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder when presenting outside of specialty settings. We present one strategy addressing this clinical conundrum using telehealth in primary care.

Outpatient Pediatric Special Care. Developing health policies at the primary level of care.

In 1978, the World Health Organization defined primary health care as the cornerstone of global health. In recent years, the usual causes of mortality (infections, deficiency diseases) now include chronic and degenerative diseases. It is now possible to provide tertiary care to patients without adequate resources for their survival after discharge. The health system has not been able to adapt to such change and has maintained a fragmented, reactive, disease-centered model. "Selective primary care" is useful...

The relationship between workforce characteristics and perception of quality of care in mental health: A qualitative study.

Mental health services worldwide are under strain from a combination of unprecedented demand, workforce reconfigurations, and government austerity measures. There has been relatively little research or policy focus on the impact of staffing and skill mix on safety and quality in mental health services leaving a considerable evidence gap. Given that workforce is the primary therapeutic intervention in secondary mental health care this constitutes a major deficit.

"If you don't ask … you don't tell": Refugee women's perspectives on perinatal mental health screening.

National guidelines recommending mental health screening in pregnancy have not been implemented well in routine maternity care. Women of refugee background are likely to have experienced traumatic events and resettlement stressors, yet are not often identified with mental health issues in the perinatal period.

How Doctors' Beliefs Influence Gynecological Health Care for Women Who Have Sex with Other Women.

Women who occasionally or regularly have sex with other women (WSW) are rarely identified in primary care. Although we know about their specific health needs, health care professionals still find it difficult to ask questions about sexual orientation (SO) and behaviors, and sometimes, patients may find them difficult to answer. The still remains a widespread attitude in health care. This study took place in a primary care setting, and aimed to identify differences in gynecological health care and clinical ...

Implementing a structured model for osteoarthritis care in primary healthcare: A stepped-wedge cluster-randomised trial.

To improve quality of care for patients with hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA), a structured model for integrated OA care was developed based on international recommendations. The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of this model in primary care.

Association of Primary Care Continuity With Outcomes Following Transition to Adult Care for Adolescents With Severe Mental Illness.

Adolescents with severe mental illness often age out of pediatric care without a clear transfer of care to adult services. The extent to which primary care provides stability during this vulnerable transition period is not known.

No boundaries: a 2 year experience in a specialized youth mental health care program in the Netherlands.

Young people around the age of 18 receiving mental health care usually face the transition from child and adolescent (CAMHS) to adult mental health services (AMHS) bringing the risk of disruption in continuity of care. Recognizing the importance of early intervention in this vulnerable life-period, this study aims to emphasize the importance of a client-centred approach and continuity of care for this age group. For a deeper understanding of the specific needs of this group, the working method of a Dutch yo...

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