Research Papers & Presentations
Topics Covered in Key Publications: primary care population (the multi-factorial nature of depression), risk factors for depression (chronic illness, social relationships), personalised treatment (recovery and depression, the use of written plans for recovery, resilience, lay accounts, social relationships, gene-environment interactions), usual care (website use, antidepressant use, treatment allocation), risk appropriate treatments (clinical predication tool, tailored care randomised controlled trial), monitoring (general practitioner continuity, the need to monitor depression care), systems re-design.
Best Practice Model of Depression Care
Findings from diamond researchers about the key ingredients of a best practice model for depression care and the principles to embed this in the primary care system.
Findings from diamond participants
Data from diamond surveys and computer assisted telephone interviews--strategies that people reported help for depression, stress and worries, and service use.