Treatment decision-making for mental health in primary care

Seeking General Practitioners, and doctors working in general practice.

Researchers at Griffith University are conducting interviews with GPs over phone or Zoom to find out more about their strategies for treating patients’ depressive symptoms.

This will provide valuable insight into how mental health is managed in primary care, and supply practical feedback outlining decision-making strategies that are working well, and strategies that could be adjusted to improve primary mental health care. The interview will take approximately 20 minutes.

If you are interested in taking part, or learning more about the study please email to arrange a time and day that suits.

As an added incentive, participants can enter a prize draw to win a $250 restaurant voucher. Griffith University HREC number: 2020/290.

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