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The effectiveness of psychological intervention in primary care: a comparative analysis of outcome ratings.

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A series of consecutively referred outpatients were independently rated, on a treatment outcome measure, by psychologists, general practitioners and the patients themselves. Statistical comparisons revealed high inter-rater agreement and indicated that 43% of the patients had reliably achieved either moderate or marked improvement and 75% had shown at least slight improvement. Favourable outcome was particularly associated with the psychological treatment of anxiety and stress disorders. Thes...

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Journal:
The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Volume:
36
Issue:
288
Pages:
310-312
Publication date:
1986-07-05
ISSN:
0035-8797
URN:
uuid:21cafbda-4eee-4cb8-bde4-4e0c3152fbfc
Source identifiers:
387479
Local pid:
pubs:387479

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