[A study of the effectiveness of self-care interventions for subclinical and mild depression]
Oh KS, Yun HJ, Nam BH, Ryu SK, Yoo SH, Cho SJ, Baik JW, Lee BC, Lim SW, Lee HY, Seo HS, Shin EH, Kwak SJ, Choi SY
Record ID 32014000419
Authors' recomendations: Through a comprehensive systematic literature review and consensus meeting of experts, the experts agreed that a total of 6 interventions (aromatherapy, bibliotherapy, computerized intervention, light therapy, relaxation and yoga) are proper for use by patients who have subclinical and mild depression. About 70% of the survey responders had experienced symptoms of subclinical depression. Self-care interventions for depression were already in wide use in Korea. However, the pattern of usage was significantly different between mental health professionals and general populations.
Project Status: Completed
Year Published: 2010
URL for published report: http://neca.re.kr/eng/publication/report_view.jsp?boardNo=EE&seq=1612&q=626f6172644e6f3d4545
English language abstract: An English language summary is available
Publication Type: Not Assigned
Country: South Korea
- Depressive Disorder
- Self Care
Organisation Name: National Evidence-based healthcare Collaborating Agency
Contact Address: National Evidence-based Healthcare Collaborating Agency (NECA), 3~5F Health and Welfare Social Administration B/D, 400 Neungdong-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea.
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