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Psychometric properties of depression screening tools in primary healthcare settings: A systematic review

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: EL-DEN, Sarira (THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, FACULTY OF PHARMACY, CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY, Australia)
  • Co-author(s): Sarira El-Den:|Timothy Chen:FACULTY OF PHARMACY,THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY,CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY,Australia|Yuh-Lin Gan:FACULTY OF PHARMACY,THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY,CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY,Australia|Eling Wong:FACULTY OF PHARMACY,THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY,CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY,Australia|Claire O'Reilly:FACULTY OF PHARMACY,THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY,CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY,Australia
  • Abstract:

    Depression affects 350 million people worldwide and is often undetected in primary healthcare (PHC) settings, despite screening guidelines. Varying psychometric properties of depression screening tools makes tool selection difficult for PHC professionals.

    The PRISMA guidelines informed a literature search based on 4 concepts (screening,

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Last update 4 October 2019

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