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Collaborative Care for the Treatment of Depression in Primary Care With a Low-Income, Spanish-Speaking Population: Outcomes From a Community-Based Program Evaluation

Katherine Sanchez, LCSW, PhD; and Toni Terling Watt, PhD

This retrospective study by Sanchez and Watt evaluated the effectiveness of a grant-funded, multidisciplinary collaborative care program in a primary care setting that serves a predominantly Hispanic, low-income patient population. Specifically, the authors examined patient outcomes from a collaborative care model for the treatment of depression with a subpopulation of Hispanics who primarily speak Spanish.

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