Wetenschappelijke publicaties

Category "Care research"

Identifying mismatch and match between clinical needs and mental healthcare use trajectories in people with anxiety and depression: Results of a longitudinal study Wijekoon Mudiyanselage KW 2021
Offspring of depressed and anxious patients: Help-seeking after first onset of a mood and/or anxiety disorder. Havinga PJ 2018
Does obesity along with major depression or anxiety lead to higher use of health care and costs? A 6-year follow-up study. Nigatu YT 2017
The association between medically unexplained physical symptoms and health care use over two years and the influence of depressive and anxiety disorders and personality traits: a longitudinal study den Boeft M 2016
Determinants of attitudes towards professional mental health care, informal help and self-reliance in people with subclinical depression van Zoonen K 2016
The association between somatization and disability in primary care patients. van der Leeuw G 2015
The longitudinal prediction of costs due to health care uptake and productivity losses in a cohort of employees with and without depression or anxiety. Geraedts AS 2014
High-dose benzodiazepines prolong reaction times in chronic users who have major depressive and/or anxiety disorders Manthey L 2014
Maintenance use of antidepressants in dutch general practice: non-guideline concordant Piek E 2014
Side effects of antidepressants during long-term use in a naturalistic setting Bet P 2013
Treatment inadequacy in primary and specialized care patients with depressive and/or anxiety disorders Bet P 2013
Perceived need for care and health care utilization among depressed and anxious patients with and without suicidal ideation Stringer B 2013
Determinants of receiving mental health care for depression in older adults Holvast F 2012
Recognition of anxiety disorders by family physicians after rigorous medical record case extraction: Results of the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety Janssen EHC 2012
Determinants of recognition of depression by general practitioners: results of the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety Piek E 2012
Weinig overbehandeling met antidepressiva Piek E 2012
Perceived need for mental health care and personality among primary care patients Seekles W 2012
Do GPs’ medical records demonstrate a good recognition of depression? A new perspective on case extraction Joling K 2011
Most antidepressant use in primary care is justified: results of the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety. (Overbehandeling met antidepressiva door de huisarts komt weinig voor.) Piek E 2011
Referral of Patients with Depression to Mental Health Care by Dutch General Practitioners Piek E 2011
De zorg voor mensen met angst en depressie Prins MA 2011
The costs of guideline-concordant care and of care according to patients’ needs in anxiety and depression Prins M 2011
Perceived need for mental health care and barriers to care in the Netherlands and Australia Prins M 2011
Outcomes for depression and anxiety in primary care and details of treatment: a naturalistic longitudinal study Prins M 2011
Reasons and Determinants for not receiving treatment for common mental disorders. (Onbehandelde angst en depressie: redenen en determinanten) van Beljouw I 2010
The course of untreated anxiety and depression, and determinants of poor one-year outcome. (Het beloop van onbehandelde angst en depressie, en determinanten van een slechte uitkomst: een éénjaars cohortstudie.) van Beljouw IMJ 2010
Patient factors associated with guideline-concordant treatment of anxiety and depression in primary care Prins MA 2010
Which physician and practice characteristics are associated with adherence to evidence-based guidelines to depressive and anxiety disorders. Smolders M 2010
Primary care patients with anxiety and depression: Need for care from the patient perspective. Prins MA 2009
Adherence to evidence-based guidelines for depression and anxiety disorders is associated with recording of the diagnoses. Prins MA 2009
Receiving treatment for common mental disorders. Verhaak PF 2009