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Table 17Summary study characteristics of other service-level interventions

Psychiatric liaison versus standard careCase management versus standard care
No. trials (total participants)1 (n = 669)1 (n = 69)
Study IDSCHRADER2005BANERJEE1996
Diagnostic toolDSM-IVGMS-AGECAT
Physical health problemCardiovascular diseaseGeneral medical illness
Baseline severityCES-D: Mild depression: 55%
Moderate to severe depression: 45%
MADRS: Mean (SD) ~26 (6)
Previous history of depressionNot reported33%
AgeNot reportedMean (SD) ~81 (7)
SettingSecondary care – cardiology unitSecondary care
CountryAustraliaUK
Length of treatment (maximum length of planned intervention)Unclear: initial consultation with last follow-up data collection at 12 monthsUnclear: last follow-up at 6 months

From: 6, SERVICE-LEVEL INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEPRESSION AND A CHRONIC PHYSICAL HEALTH PROBLEM

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