Assessing and treating depressed Latino patients in primary care.

N J Med 2002 Dec;99(12):37-9

Department of Psychiatry, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, USA.

There are an increasing number of monolingual Spanish-speaking patients in New Jersey. This paper addresses the essential issues in recognizing and treating depression in Latino patients in a primary care setting.

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December 2002
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