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Pour mieux traiter la dépression (Better treatment for depression) Article by Johanne Roy, le Journal de Québec, July 3, 2012
There are several effective treatment options for depression instead of medication, explains CHUM researcher Dr. Louise Fournier, who has developed a new care protocol intended for primary care providers.
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Améliorer la qualité des soins de première ligne (Improving primary care quality) Mental health 2012, special supplement, Le Soleil, May 8, 2012
Many health care providers interact daily with individuals suffering from anxiety or depression. In order to improve the quality of their clinical interventions, two researchers of the Jalons Project, Louise Fournier and Pasquale Roberge, directed the development of a care protocol intended for primary care providers.
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Faire face à la dépression, un protocole de soins à l'intention des intervenants de première ligne (Dealing with depression, a care protocol for primary care providers) Article by France Laflamme, Perspective infirmière, September – October 2012
Less than 40% of individuals suffering from depression consult a health professional. Among those, half do not receive guideline concordant treatment.
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Institut national d'excellence en santé et en services sociaux
We would like to thank you for your initiative that will, without a doubt, contribute to improving the quality of care for people with depression in Quebec.
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Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec
Most importantly, disseminating this protocol to clinicians should help improve the detection of depression signs and symptoms in afflicted individuals, in addition to facilitating access to the most effective treatment strategies.
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National Centre of Excellence in Mental Health
Highly anticipated among practice settings, this document will surely improve the quality of adult primary mental health care in Quebec.
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Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec
We are especially concerned by the fact that psychosocial interventions are only recommended at the second stage of the proposed model. In our opinion, they are relevant at all stages, according to an individual's situation and needs.
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Supporting the empowerment of Aboriginal youth Advertorial produced by the communications department
Article featured in Campus express, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.
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Traitement des troubles anxieux et dépressifs : La première ligne pourra bientôt compter sur un protocole de soins by Josée Descôteaux
Article featured in L'actualité médicale.
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