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Effect of collaborative care vs usual care on depressive symptoms among older adults with sub-threshold depression: the CASPER randomized clinical trial

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  • Katie Atherton
  • Jacqueline Birtwistle
  • Emily Clare
  • Jaime Delgadillo
  • David Ekers
  • Deborah Foster
  • Lesley Haley
  • Jahnese Hamilton
  • Rebecca Hargate
  • John Holmes
  • Amanda Lilley-Kelly
  • Shaista Meer
  • Madeline Pasterfield
  • Jodi Pervin
  • David Richards
  • Gemma D Traviss-Turner
  • Dominic Trepel
  • Friederike Ziegler


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JournalJournal of the American Medical Association
DateAccepted/In press - 11 Jan 2017
DatePublished (current) - 21 Feb 2017
Issue number7
Number of pages10
Pages (from-to)728-737
Original languageEnglish


In the CASPER randomized trial of 705 participants age 65 and older with sub-threshold depression, those randomized to a collaborative care intervention had lower depression scores, measured by the Patient Health 9-item questionnaire at 4 month follow-up, compared to usual care.

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