According to the World Health Organization in 2018, more than 300 million people of all ages suffer from depression. Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide and is a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease. Due to its early adult onset, its effect on lifestyle behaviors may contribute to the onset or worsening of medical illnesses.
The evidence is compelling that individuals with depression are less well off than individuals without depression, in terms of overall health and functioning. These costs to society in healthcare expenditures and productivity require structured programming aimed at identification, education, and intervention to reduce the incidence of depression and its associated conditions.
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Richtlijnen voor diagnose en behandeling
Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS®)1 Tip Sheets
- Medicijnen om depressie te behandelen
- Counseling om depressie te behandelen
- Depressie: wat is het?
- Vragenlijst voor depressiescreening
- Depressie behandelen
- Depressie Screening Programmabeschrijving
- PHQ-2 vragen (ENGELS)
- PHQ-2 vragen (SPAANS)
- PHQ-9 vragen (ENGELS)
- PHQ-9 vragen (SPAANS)
- Klik hier voor toegang tot de PHQ-9 in andere talen.
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