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We list hundreds of Clinical Trials about "Collaborative care Depression" on BioPortfolio. We draw our references from global clinical trials data listed on ClinicalTrials.gov and refresh our database daily.
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Depression is one of the most common conditions among primary care patients. Nevertheless, there are several problems in depression diagnosis, clinical management and outcomes. The INDI study, which is based in a collaborative care model, aims to improve the management of depression in primary care patients. It is intended to be implemented in clinical practice within the context of primary care.
Based on the published evidence, collaborative care for depression is both necessary and sufficient for improving care and outcomes for depressed patients in primary care settings. The Translating Initiatives in Depression into Effective Solutions (TIDES) project, upon which ReTIDES is based, developed a VA-adapted version of collaborative care through input from veterans, clinicians, and managers. The initial TIDES project resulted in a clinically stable and effective model a...
This study will evaluate the effectiveness of culturally adapted depression treatment for reducing depressive symptoms and improving adherence to diabetes self-care regimens in Hispanics with depression and diabetes.
This study is a randomized trial designed to test and refine a collaborative care model for treating depression in VA patients with HIV.
This study evaluates the impact of a longitudinal remote consultation (LRC) implementation strategy for collaborative care depression treatment among perinatal women receiving care from federally qualified health centers (FQHCs). All participating FQHCs will receive training in collaborative care. Cluster randomization will be used to assign the addition of LRC to select FQHCs. Differences in implementation success, clinical outcomes, and costs will be compared after a 12 month...
The aim of the study Collabri Flex is to: - Develop a Danish model for collaborative care for patients with depression in general practice, based on past experience gained in the Collabri Project. - Examine the impact of this model compared with liaison-consultation for people with depression in a randomized controlled design from selected endpoints.
Depression in cardiac patients is common, persistent, and deadly. However, the vast majority of cardiac patients with depression go unrecognized and untreated, despite the existence of treatments that clearly improve depressive symptoms and may favorably impact survival. Our research group and others have found that depression recognition and treatment appears particularly limited among patients with acute cardiac illness, though this population may be the most vulnerable to t...
The aims of the present study will be to pilot test the efficacy of a collaborative care intervention in patients treated with dialysis to reduce symptoms of depression, pain, sleep, fatigue and improve quality of life.
To test the efficacy of a web-based stepped collaborative care intervention to reduce symptoms of depression, pain, and fatigue and improve health-related quality of life (HRQL) in advanced cancer patients and to reduce stress and depression, and fewer CVD risk factors in caregivers.
Across the country, Community Health Centers are participating in the Health Disparities Collaboratives sponsored by the Health Services Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The Health Disparities Collaboratives integrate three complementary conceptual frameworks: 1) the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's (IHI) Breakthrough Series Model; 2) the Improvement Model (i.e., Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles); and 3) Wagner's Chronic Care Model. The Chronic Care model uses pati...
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of a new disease management model for depression, the Collaborative Depression Management Program (CDMP), designed to improve clinical outcomes and increase depression treatment in general medical settings.
Depression is common in primary care settings, and associated with substantial physical and psychosocial impairment and increased healthcare utilization. Despite efforts to educate primary care providers, depression is often undetected or undertreated in primary care settings. The main objective of this study was to determine the impact of a low-intensity, care management intervention on depression treatment outcomes of patients in a VA primary care setting.
We adapted the collaborative care model using telemedicine (e.g., telephone, interactive video, electronic medical records) to support antidepressant therapy initiated by primary care providers in small rural practices and evaluated the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of telemedicine-based collaborative care.
The study will implement and evaluate, using a pragmatic comparative effectiveness trial, a unique collaborative, stepped-care intervention for patients with uncontrolled Type 2 diabetes and co-morbid distress and/or depression.
This study evaluates the effectiveness of a collaborative care model designed to treat frail seniors with both a mental (anxiety and/or depression) and a physical health condition impacting function with a comparison group that receives a psychiatric mood consult and a letter of recommendation but who are mainly cared for by their PCP.
The proposed randomized controlled trial will test the efficacy of a stepped collaborative care intervention, versus enhanced usual care arm, to reduce depression of cancer caregivers. Biobehavioral factors will include assessment of changes in health behaviors and biomarkers of inflammation. The investigators will also include measures metabolic abnormalities and clinical markers of CVD. The investigators expect few cardiac events during the study period. The investigators wil...
Most depression treatment takes place in primary care, where the condition continues to be under-detected and under-treated. A collaborative care model derived from chronic illness management theory has been successful in improving care in other managed care settings.
This study will determine ways to make depression care more responsive to the needs of consumers in primary care clinics serving low-income Latinos.
This research study develop a collaborative depression care management model (C-DCM) that encourages collaboration between primary care physicians (PCPs) and trained social workers employed by community-based, public and nonprofit mental health clinics.
Major Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in adolescence and is associated with significant impairments in development and functioning. This project will rigorously test the Adolescent Collaborative Care Treatment intervention, a health services intervention designed to improve management for depressive disorders among adolescents, via a randomized controlled trial comparing the intervention to usual care. Key components of the trial include enhanced ed...
The ADAPt-C collaborative depression care model is designed to: improve depression symptom reduction in the intervention group over the modestly enhanced usual care group of low-income, predominantly Hispanic, patients with cancer who are receiving care in an urban public sector care system; and to improve quality of life outcomes among intervention patients over enhanced usual care.
This study evaluates a collaborative care intervention in reducing depression, fatigue and pain symptoms and improving health related quality of life in hemodialysis patients. Half of participants will receive the collaborative care intervention, while the other half will receive technology delivered health education information.
The proposed study seeks to establish the feasibility of universal screening for depression in an adult primary care safety net setting, measure the effectiveness of a culturally appropriate depression education intervention to reduce stigma and increase uptake in depression treatment among Hispanics, and implement a Measurement-Based Integrated Care (MBIC) model with collaborative, multi-disciplinary treatment and culturally tailored care management strategies.
Small contract VA Community Based Outpatient Clinics present unique challenges to implementation of collaborative care because of their distinct organizational characteristics and lack of on-site psychiatrists. A recent effectiveness study, successfully used telemedicine technologies to adapt the collaborative care model for small rural VA Community Based Outpatient Clinics. The purpose of the proposed study is to implement this telemedicine-based collaborative care model in ...
Primary care physicians have emerged as the predominant mental health care providers for diagnosing and treating depression. The majority of patients with mood disorders receive treatment in the primary care setting, within which approximately 10-30% of all patients present with a depressive disorder. Comprehensive 'Collaborative Care' models of depression management significantly improve depression outcomes and health-related quality of life. Core features of these programs ...