Meeting the psychological needs of cardiac patients: an integrated stepped-care approach within a cardiac rehabilitation setting

Br J Cardiol 2010;17:175-9 1 Comment
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Depression and anxiety are commonly experienced by cardiac patients and are associated with reduced quality of life and mortality, but the evidence for the effectiveness of medical and psychological treatments for depression has been mixed.

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