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Table 3 Care received in the collaborative care and care as usual conditions (N = 7)

From: Collaborative care for anxiety disorders in primary care: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Content of care* Pharmaco-therapy (%) Approriate pharmaco-therapy (%) Counseling (%) CBT (%) Referral to mental health professional (%)
Study CC CAU CC CAU CC CAU CC CAU CC CAU
Roy-Byrne et al. 2001* 77 %a 48 %a 47 %b 33 %b NA NA NA NA NA 25 %
Roy-Byrne et al. 2005 54 %c 52 %c 41 %b 39 %b 70 % 34 % 63 %d 14 %d NA NA
Rollman et al. 2005 77 %e 66 %e NA NA 79 %f NA 66 %g NA 18 % 26 %
König et al. 2009 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 33 % 33 %
Roy-Byrne et al. 2010 70 %h 68 %h 46 %i 42 %i 88 % 51 % 82 %j 34%j NA NA
Oosterbaan et al. 2013* 45 % 33 % NA NA NA NA 75 %g NA NA NA
Muntingh et al. 2014 21 %e 35 %e NA NA 92 % 12 % 78 %g NA 11 % 21 %
  1. *Highest % of patients that have received a form of care at any follow-up measurement
  2. aAppropriate type of medication
  3. bAdequate dose and duration of medication
  4. c Any antipanic pharmacotherapy
  5. d3 or more sessions counseling plus at least 4 of 7 CBT techniques
  6. eSSRI/SNRI pharmacotherapy
  7. f3 or more telephone contacts with CM
  8. g3 or more (telephone) contacts with CM about CBT workbook
  9. hAny psychotropic medication
  10. IAppropriate type, dose and duration
  11. jCounseling with at least 3 CBT elements
  12. NA = Not Available