Primary-Care Doctors Don’t Have Best Tools for Treating Depression | TIME.com

Not all doctors are able to treat depression effectively, including those who are most likely to see patients’ first symptoms.

Even though patients may turn first to their primary-care physicians with any concerns about depression, the tools that those doctors use to evaluate their patients for mental-health disorders aren’t necessarily helping to improve their patients’ symptoms, according to the latest study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association of some of the most common practices used by these physicians.

via Primary-Care Doctors Don't Have Best Tools for Treating Depression | TIME.com.

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