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Design of the Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management (CALM)



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General Hospital Psychiatry 29 2007 379 387 Psychiatry and Primary Care Recent epidemiologic studies have found that most patients with mental illness are seen exclusively in primary care medicine These patients often present with medically unexplained somatic symptoms and utilize at least twice as many health care visits as controls There has been an exponential growth in studies in this interface between primary care and psychiatry in the last 10 years This special section edited by J rgen Unutzer M D will publish informative research articles that address primary care psychiatric issues Design of the Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management CALM study innovations in collaborative care for anxiety disorders Greer Sullivan M D M S P H a b d Michelle G Craske Ph D c Cathy Sherbourne Ph D d Mark J Edlund M D Ph D b Raphael D Rose Ph D c Daniela Golinelli Ph D d Denise A Chavira Ph D e Alexander Bystritsky M D Ph D f Murray B Stein M D M P H e g h Peter P Roy Byrne M D i a South Central VA Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System North Little Rock AR 72214 1706 USA b Department of Psychiatry Division of Health Services Research University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Little Rock AR 72204 1773 USA c Department of Psychology University of California Los Angeles CA 90095 1563 USA d Health Program RAND Corporation Santa Monica CA 90407 2138 USA e Department of Psychiatry University of California La Jolla CA 92093 0603 USA f Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences University of California Los Angeles CA 90095 1759 USA g Department of Family and Preventive Medicine University of California La Jolla CA 90093 0628 USA h PTSD Treatment Program Psychiatry Service VA San Diego Healthcare System San Diego CA 92108 USA i Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Washington at Harborview Medical Center Seattle WA 98104 USA Received 12 February 2007 accepted 24 April 2007 Abstract



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