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The Role of Primary Care Clinician Attitudes, Beliefs, and Training in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression

A Report From the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Network Inc

Deborah S. Main, PhD; Lawrence J. Lutz, MD, MSPH; James E. Barrett, MD; John Matthew, MD; Rebecca S. Miller, MS

Arch Fam Med. 1993;2(10):1061-1066.

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