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l'étude Adams 2006 (152) Differential effectiveness of depression disease

man-agement for rural and urban primary care patients États-Unis Albright 2007 (153)

The role of social support and stressful life events in the effectiveness of collaborative care for depression: a

rural-urban comparison


Angstman 2013 (154)

Prolonged care management for depression: a case-controlled study of those enrolled for more than one


États-Unis Aragonès 2014 (155) Persistence in the long term of the effects of a

collabora-tive care programme for depression in primary care Espagne Aragonès 2014 (99) Cost-effectiveness analysis of a collaborative care

programme for depression in primary care Espagne

Aragonès 2012 (84)

Effectiveness of a multi-component programme for managing depression in primary care: a cluster

random-ized trial. The INDI project

Espagne Barber 2011 (156) Implementation and evaluation of an integrated care

program in a VA medical center États-Unis

Bonsack 2016 (73)

Linking primary and secondary care after psychiatric hospitalization: comparison between transitional case

management setting and routine care for common mental disorders


Briot 2015 (157) Prise en charge intégrée des maladies mentales :

l'exemple d'Intermountain Healthcare (USA) États-Unis

Burian 2016 (56)

Crossing the bridge: a prospective comparative study of the effect of communication between a hospital based consultation-liaison service and primary care on general

practitioners' concordance with consultation-liaison psychiatrists' recommendations


Calveley 2009 (158)

A patient-centred referral pathway for mild to moderate lifestyle and mental health problems: does this model

work in practice?

Nouvelle-Zélande Carney 2016 (159) Collaborative care for depression symptoms in an

outpatient cardiology setting: a randomized clinical trial États-Unis

Chaney 2011 (160)

Implementing collaborative care for depression treat-ment in primary care: a cluster randomized evaluation of

a quality improvement practice redesign

États-Unis Chang 2014 (161) The anatomy of primary care and mental health clinician

communication: a quality improvement case study États-Unis Chang 2014 (162) Predictors of primary care management of depression in

the Veterans Affairs healthcare system États-Unis Ciechanowski 2006 (163)

The association of patient relationship style and out-comes in collaborative care treatment for depression in

patients with diabetes


Cigrang 2006 (164)

Evaluation of a collaborative mental health program in primary care: effects on patient distress and health care



Coupe 2014 (89)

Facilitating professional liaison in collaborative care for depression in UK primary care; a qualitative study

utilising normalisation process theory


Coventry 2015 (117)

Integrated primary care for patients with mental and physical multimorbidity: cluster randomised controlled

trial of collaborative care for patients with depression comorbid with diabetes or cardiovascular disease


Craske 2011 (165)

Disorder-specific impact of coordinated anxiety learning and management treatment for anxiety disorders in

primary care

États-Unis Curran 2012 (166) Implementation of the CALM intervention for anxiety

disorders: a qualitative study États-Unis Davis 2013 (167) Integrating behavioral and physical health care in the

real world: early lessons from advancing care together États-Unis

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De Jong 2009 (123)

The Depression Initiative. Description of a collaborative care model for depression and of the factors influencing its implementation in the primary care setting in the



Defromont 2012 (145) Les médecins généralistes au coeur de la santé mentale France

DeJesus 2014 (168)

Collaborative care management effectively promotes self-management: patient evaluation of care

manage-ment for depression in primary care


DeJesus 2013 (93)

Antidepressant medication use among patients with depression: comparison between usual care and

collab-orative care using care managers

États-Unis Dobscha 2006 (169) Depression decision support in primary care. A cluster

randomized trial États-Unis

Durbin 2013 (129) Barriers and enablers to integrating mental health into

primary care: a policy analysis Canada Ekers 2008 (170) Depression case management by practice nurses in

primary care: an audit

Royaume-Uni Endacott 2006 (171) Developing new services for eating disorders: an

evalu-ation study Australie

Farrand 2009 (172)

Guided self-help supported by paraprofessional mental health workers: an uncontrolled before-after cohort


Royaume-Uni Farrand 2007 (173) Impact of graduate mental health workers upon primary

care mental health: a qualitative study


Fletcher 2014 (174)

An evaluation of an Australian initiative designed to improve interdisciplinary collaboration in primary mental

health care


Fletcher 2008 (175)

A collaborative approach to embedding graduate prima-ry care mental health workers in the UK National Health


Royaume-Uni Funderburk 2010 (176) The description and evaluation of the implementation of

an integrated healthcare model États-Unis Funderburk 2011 (177) Behavioral health interventions being implemented in a

VA primary care system États-Unis Garrison 2016 (178) Time to remission for depression with collaborative care

management (CCM) in primary care États-Unis Gensichen 2013 (67) Cost-effectiveness of depression case management in

small practices Allemagne

Gensichen 2012 (68) Patients' perspectives on depression case management

in general practice: a qualitative study Allemagne Gensichen 2011 (69) Practice-based depression case management in primary

care: a qualitative study on family doctors' perspectives Allemagne Gensichen 2011 (70) Positive impact of a family practice-based depression

case management on patient's self-management Allemagne

Gensichen 2009 (71)

Case management for depression by health care assis-tants in small primary care practices. A cluster

random-ized trial


Gidding 2014 (179)

Stepped collaborative depression care: primary care results before and after implementation of a stepped

collaborative depression programme


Goorden 2014 (109)

Cost utility analysis of a collaborative stepped care intervention for panic and generalized anxiety disorders

in primary care


Green 2014 (88)

Cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care: economic evaluation of a

random-ised controlled trial (CADET)

Royaume-Uni Grubbs 2015 (180) The role of gender in moderating treatment outcome in

collaborative care for anxiety États-Unis

Haggarty 2012 (181)

Wait time impact of co-located primary care mental health services: the effect of adding collaborative care in

northern Ontario


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Haggarty 2008 (74)

Clinical findings of a cluster randomised control pilot trial of a Canadian shared care service for those with chronic

mental illness

Canada Happell 2013 (182) Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program: facilitating

physical health care for people with mental illness? Australie

Heideman 2007 (183)

Effects of a nationwide programme: interventions to reduce perceived barriers to collaboration and to

in-crease structural one-on-one contact


Hilty 2007 (58)

A randomized, controlled trial of disease management modules, including telepsychiatric care, for depression

in rural primary care


Huijbregts 2013 (85)

A target-driven collaborative care model for Major De-pressive Disorder is effective in primary care in the Netherlands. A randomized clinical trial from the

de-pression initiative


Joesch 2012 (184)

Incremental benefits and cost of coordinated anxiety learning and management for anxiety treatment in

primary care


Johnson 2014 (185)

Collaborative care versus screening and follow-up for patients with diabetes and depressive symptoms: results

of a primary care-based comparative effectiveness trial

Canada Johnson 2016 (186) Cost-effectiveness evaluation of collaborative care for

diabetes and depression in primary care Canada Kathol 2010 (187) Barriers to physical and mental condition integrated

service delivery États-Unis

Katon 2010 (115) Collaborative care for patients with depression and

chronic illnesses États-Unis

Katon 2006 (108) Incremental cost-effectiveness of a collaborative care

intervention for panic disorder États-Unis

Kelly 2015 (188)

Prognostic subgroups for remission and response in the Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management (CALM)



Kerr 2008 (189)

A pilot study to assess the feasibility and acceptability of a community based physical activity intervention

(involv-ing Internet, telephone, and pedometer support), inte-grated with medication and mood management for

depressed patients


Kilbourne 2013 (190) Pilot randomized trial of a cross-diagnosis collaborative

care program for patients with mood disorders États-Unis Kilbourne 2014 (191)

SMI life goals: description of a randomized trial of a collaborative care model to improve outcomes for

per-sons with serious mental illness

États-Unis Kisely 2006 (192) Collaboration between primary care and psychiatric

services. Does it help family physicians? Canada

Klinkman 2010 (193)

Long-term clinical outcomes of care management for chronically depressed primary care patients: a report

from the Depression in Primary Care project


Knowles 2015 (116)

Managing depression in people with multimorbidity: a qualitative evaluation of an integrated collaborative care


Royaume-Uni Kolbasovsky 2005 (59) Integrating behavioral health into primary care settings:

a pilot project États-Unis

König 2009 (65) Cost-effectiveness of a primary care model for anxiety

disorders Allemagne

Landis 2013 (194) Effects of different models of integrated collaborative

care in a family medicine residency program États-Unis Lee 2007 (91) Sustainable impact of a primary care depression

inter-vention États-Unis

Locke 2016 (195)

Utilizing clinical pharmacists to improve delivery of evidence-based care for depression and anxiety in

primary care

États-Unis McMahon 2007 (82) Graduate mental health worker case management of

depression in UK primary care: a pilot study


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Meadows 2007 (196)

The consultation-liaison in primary-care psychiatry program: a structured approach to long-term


Australie Meehan 2013 (197) The Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program: reactions

of general practitioners and their patients Australie Meehan 2013 (198) Mental health nurses working in primary care:

percep-tions of general practitioners Australie Menchetti 2013 (87) Effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in

Italy. A randomized controlled trial Italie

Menchetti 2006 (44)

Integration between general practice and mental health services in Italy: guidelines for consultation-liaison

services implementation

Italie Mesidor 2011 (199) A qualitative study: barriers and facilitators to health

care access for individuals with psychiatric disabilities États-Unis

Milgrom 2011 (200)

Treating postnatal depressive symptoms in primary care: a randomised controlled trial of GP management,

with and without adjunctive counselling

Australie Miller-Matero 2016 (75) Benefits of integrated behavioral health services: the

physician perspective États-Unis

Mulvale 2008 (201)

Advancing community-based collaborative mental health care through interdisciplinary family health teams in



Muntingh 2014 (107)

Effectiveness of collaborative stepped care for anxiety disorders in primary care: a pragmatic cluster

random-ised controlled trial

Pays-Bas Najim 2015 (202) A completed cycle audit of psychiatric discharge


Royaume-Uni Ohlsen 2005 (203) Developing a service to monitor and improve physical

health in people with serious mental illness

Royaume-Uni Oosterbaan 2013 (106)

Collaborative stepped care v. care as usual for common mental disorders: 8-month, cluster randomised

con-trolled trial


Passerieux 2007 (42)

Accès et continuité des soins pour les troubles mentaux les plus fréquents : les consultations de soins partagés

du RPSM 78

France Pastore 2013 (204) Family practice enhancements for patients with severe

mental illness États-Unis

Perkins 2006 (205) Far West Area Health Service mental health integration

project: model for rural Australia? Australie

Petersen 2014 (66)

Long-term effects of a collaborative care intervention on process of care in family practices in Germany: a 24-month follow-up study of a cluster randomized controlled



Pomerantz 2008 (206) Improving efficiency and access to mental health care:

combining integrated care and advanced access États-Unis

Power 2007 (57)

The Lambeth Early Onset Crisis Assessment Team Study: general practitioner education and access to an

early detection team in first-episode psychosis


Ramperti 2012 (207)

Developing an integrated mental health care service:

description of a pilot mental health consultation/liaison clinic in a primary care centre

Irlande Ray-Sannerud 2012 (208) Longitudinal outcomes after brief behavioral health

intervention in an integrated primary care clinic États-Unis Reiss-Brennan 2006 (209) Can mental health integration in a primary care setting

improve quality and lower costs? A case study États-Unis Reiss-Brennan 2006 (210)

Mental health integration: rethinking practitioner roles in the treatment of depression: the specialist, primary care

physicians, and the practice nurse

États-Unis Reiss-Brennan 2014 (211) Mental health integration: normalizing team care États-Unis

Richards 2008 (83) Collaborative care for depression in UK primary care: a randomized controlled trial


1er auteur Année Référence Titre Pays de l'étude

Richards 2013 (86)

Clinical effectiveness of collaborative care for depres-sion in UK primary care (CADET): cluster randomised

controlled trial


Richards 2016 (90)

Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of collabo-rative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET):

a cluster randomised controlled trial


Rogers 2016 (212)

A randomized clinical trial investigating the effect of a healthcare access model for individuals with severe

psychiatric disabilities

États-Unis Rollman 2005 (105) A randomized trial to improve the quality of treatment for

panic and generalized anxiety disorders in primary care États-Unis

Rossom 2016 (95)

A statewide effort to implement collaborative care for depression. Reach and impact for all patients with


États-Unis Roy-Byrne 2013 (213) Effects of pain and prescription opioid use on outcomes

in a collaborative care intervention for anxiety États-Unis Rubenstein 2010 (214)

Using evidence-based quality improvement methods for translating depression collaborative care research into



Rubenstein 2014 (94)

Assessing organizational readiness for depression care quality improvement: relative commitment and

imple-mentation capability

États-Unis Ryan 2007 (215) Outcomes of referrals over a six-month period to a

mental health gateway team

Royaume-Uni Sadock 2014 (216) Evaluation of integrated psychological services in a

university-based primary care clinic États-Unis

Scahill 2015 (217)

Mapping the terrain: a conceptual schema for a mental health medication support service in community



Scharf 2013 (218)

Integrating primary care into community behavioral health settings: programs and early implementation



Schrader 2005 (219)

Effect of psychiatry liaison with general practitioners on depression severity in recently hospitalised cardiac

patients: a randomised controlled trial

Australie Serrano 2011 (220) The effect of behavioral health consultation on the care

of depression by primary care clinicians États-Unis

Sharpe 2014 (221)

Integrated collaborative care for comorbid major de-pression in patients with cancer (SMaRT Oncology-2): a

multicentre randomised controlled effectiveness trial

Royaume-Uni Shaw 2005 (222) A letter of consequence: referral letters from general

practitioners to secondary mental health services

Royaume-Uni Shedden-Mora 2016 (223) Collaborative stepped care for somatoform disorders: a

pre-post-intervention study in primary care Allemagne

Shippee 2013 (98)

Impact of collaborative care for depression on clinical, functional, and work outcomes. A practice-based


États-Unis Solberg 2013 (97) The DIAMOND initiative: implementing collaborative

care for depression in 75 primary care clinics États-Unis Solberg 2006 (224) Care quality and implementation of the chronic care

model: a quantitative study États-Unis

Sutor 2007 (225)

Collaborative psychiatric care in a rural family medicine setting reduces health care utilization in depressed



Swenson 2008 (226)

Development and implementation of collaborative men-tal health care program in a primary care setting: the

Ottawa share program

Canada Tai-Seale 2010 (227) A case study of early experience with implementation of

collaborative care in the Veterans Health Administration États-Unis Taylor 2015 (228) Predictors of anxiety recurrence in the Coordinated

Anxiety Learning and Management (CALM) trial États-Unis Ungar 2013 (229) Reversed shared care in mental health: bringing primary

physical health care to psychiatric patients Canada

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Urada 2012 (230)

Perceptions of mental health and substance use disor-der services integration among the workforce in primary

care settings

États-Unis Van der

Feltz-Cornelis 2006 (46)

Randomised controlled trial of a collaborative care model with psychiatric consultation for persistent

medi-cally unexplained symptoms in general practice

Pays-Bas Van Orden 2009 (231) Collaborative mental health care versus care as usual in

a primary care setting: a randomized controlled trial Pays-Bas Vera 2010 (232) Collaborative care for depressed patients with chronic

medical conditions: a randomized trial in Puerto Rico États-Unis

Vickers 2013 (233)

Integration of mental health resources in a primary care setting leads to increased provider satisfaction and

patient access

États-Unis Weiss 2013 (234) Lessons learned from a colocation model using

psychia-trists in urban primary care settings États-Unis Wener 2016 (61) Collaborating in the context of co-location: a grounded

theory study Canada

Williams 2010 (96) Creating value in depression management États-Unis Williams 2011 (92) Implementation of a care management model for

de-pression at two primary care clinics États-Unis Wood 2009 (235) Inpatient care to community care: improving clinical

handover in the private mental health setting Australie Wright 2006 (236) Improving collaboration between community mental

health services and GPs Australie Wynands 2009 (237) More than brief relief: the Rural Canterbury PHO Brief

Intervention Coordination (BIC) service

Nouvelle-Zélande Xu 2011 (238) Stakeholder benefit from depression disease

manage-ment: differences by rurality? États-Unis Younès 2008 (64) Long term GP opinions and involvement after a

consul-tation-liaison intervention for mental health problems France


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