Objective: Translation of women's mental health research has yet to impact overall prevalence and burden of Mood Disorders in the United States. The lack of standard measures and methodological coordination across studies has contributed to the slow impact of research on outcomes. The primary aims of this project were to demonstrate the process by which multiple investigators, sites, and settings administered a standard women's mental health questionnaire within a new Women's Depression Network.
Information on the prevalence of mental health and service use across sites is provided. Methods: A standard women's mental health questionnaire was developed and administered across seven different women's health sites in the United States. Administration of the questionnaire was embedded into existing clinical or research activities at each site. : Data from 1, women were collected from seven sites over 12 months.
Just over half of the women screening positive for either depression or anxiety reported current treatment use. Conclusions: Findings suggest that coordination and administration of a standard women's mental health questionnaire is feasible across multiple settings and sites. highlight a low percentage of treatment use across various settings. The infrastructure developed for this study sets the stage for hypothesis-driven studies that can facilitate coordinated, network-based research that has the potential to accelerate advances in the field.
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