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Closing the False Divide: Sustainable Approaches to Integrating Mental Health Services into Primary Care

Davis). The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Foundation, JGIM, or SGIM. Corresponding Author: Kurt Kroenke, MD; Regenstrief Institute, Inc, 11 0 1 We s t 1 0 t h S t , I n d

Capsule Commentary on Marc et al., Reliability and Validity of the Haitian Creole PHQ-9

Kurt Kroenke ) 0 1 0 Indiana University School of Medicine , Indianapolis, IN, USA 1 VA HSR&D Center for Health Information and Communication; Regenstrief Institute , Inc, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Variations in the management of fibromyalgia by physician specialty: rheumatology versus primary care

Variations in the management of fibromyalgia by physician specialty: rheumatology versus primary care Stephen L Able,1 Rebecca L Robinson,2 Kurt Kroenke,3,4 Philip Mease,5,6 David A Williams,7 Yi ... Stephen L Able, Rebecca L Robinson, and Madelaine Wohlreich are employees of, and minor shareholders in, Eli Lilly and Company. Kurt Kroenke is a consultant for Eli Lilly and Company. Philip Mease receives

Integrating Depression Care: The Time Has Come

. Corresponding Author: Kurt Kroenke, MD; Regenstrief Institute, 5th Floor, 1050 Wishard Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA (e-mail: ).

Implementing measurement-based care (iMBC) for depression in community mental health: a dynamic cluster randomized trial study protocol

Scott 1 C. Nathan Marti Brigid R. Marriott 1 Kurt Kroenke John W. Putz Peter Mendel David Rutkowski 0 Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, School of Medicine

Association between sense of coherence and health-related quality of life among primary care patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain

Background Sense of Coherence (SOC) is a measure of an individual’s capacity to use various coping mechanisms and resources when faced with a stressor. Chronic pain is one of the most prevalent and disabling conditions in clinical practice. This study examines the extent to which a strong SOC is associated with less pain and better health related quality of life (HRQoL) among...

Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Celiac Plexus Neurolysis in Pancreatic Cancer: A Prospective Pilot Study of Safety Using 10 mL versus 20 mL Alcohol

 Cynthia Johnson,3 Kurt Kroenke,4,5,6 Lee McHenry,1 Stuart Sherman,1 Kathy McGreevy,1 Mohammad Al-Haddad,1 and John DeWitt1 1Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Indiana University Medical Center

Physician-estimated disease severity in patients with chronic heart or lung disease: a cross-sectional analysis

Background We evaluated how well physicians' global estimates of disease severity correspond to more specific physician-rated disease variables as well as patients' self-rated health and other patient variables. Methods We analyzed baseline data from 1662 primary care patients with chronic cardiac or pulmonary disease who were enrolled in a longitudinal study of health-related...

Access to communication technologies in a sample of cancer patients: an urban and rural survey

Background There is a growing awareness among providers of the symptom burden experienced by cancer patients. Systematic symptom screening is difficult. Our plan was to evaluate a technology-based symptom screening process using touch-tone telephone and Internet in our rural outreach cancer program in Indiana. Would rural patients have adequate access to technologies for home...

Development and Initial Validation of the PEG, a Three-item Scale Assessing Pain Intensity and Interference

BACKGROUND Inadequate pain assessment is a barrier to appropriate pain management, but single-item “pain screening” provides limited information about chronic pain. Multidimensional pain measures such as the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) are widely used in pain specialty and research settings, but are impractical for primary care. A brief and straightforward multidimensional pain...