Parental Depression Screening for Pediatric Clinicians: An Implementation Manual

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Parental Depression Screening for Pediatric Clinicians: An Implementation Manual

Description

The manual teaches pediatric health providers how to routinely screen for parental depression and how to refer parents to professionals for help.

The manual contains the following sections:

  • Section one: Summary of the parental well-being project experience
  • Section two: Role of the pediatric provider in the screening process
  • Section three: Implementation of parental depression screening at the practice level
  • Section four: Guide for organizations to assist practices in implementing depression screening
  • Appendices
    • PDPs five A’s
    • Implementation: Prepare your practice, part 1
    • Implementation: The visit and beyond, part 2
    • Guide to tools for training and implementation
    • Implementation: Prepare your community

Developer:

Dartmouth Medical School

Funding Sources:

The Commonwealth Fund

History

Release Date: 2007
Original Summary: June 2007
Last Updated: 06/18/14

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