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Table 34Characteristics of CPG based on the type of disorder, the setting, and intended users

Adolescent United StatesAdolescent United KingdomAdolescent New Zealand/Australia
Disorder
MDDZuckerbrot172
Cheung174
U.S. Preventive Services14
Birmaher13
Hughes173
Gallagher175
Anderson177
National Institute for Clinical Excellence176
New Zealand Guidelines Group189
DysthymiaBirmaher13Anderson177
SubsyndromalAnderson177
Setting
Primary CareZuckerbrot172
Cheung174
U.S. Preventive Services14
Birmaher13
Hughes173
Gallagher175
Anderson177 National Institute for Clinical Excellence176New Zealand Guidelines Group189
Outpatient MHBirmaher13
Gallagher175
Anderson177
Inpatient MHBirmaher13Anderson177
Intended Users
Primary Care PhysiciansZuckerbrot172
Cheung174
U.S. Preventive Services14
Birmaher13
Hughes173
Gallagher175
Anderson177 National Institute for Clinical Excellence176New Zealand Guidelines Group189
Mental Health SpecialistsBirmaher13
Gallagher175
Anderson177
Allied Mental Health DisciplinesBirmaher13

CPG = clinical practice guidelines; MDD = major depressive disorder; MH = mental health

From: Results

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