María Del Mar Muñoz-García

María Del Mar Muñoz-García
University of Granada | UGR · Departamento de Psiquiatría

Trabajo Social

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April 2001 - present
University of Granada
Position
  • Trabajadora Social. Investigadora
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Publications (12)
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Background: Depression is viewed as a major and increasing public health issue, as it causes high distress in the people experiencing it and considerable financial costs to society. Efforts are being made to reduce this burden by preventing depression. A critical component of this strategy is the ability to assess the individual level and profile...
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Background: Not enough is known about universal prevention of depression in adults. Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention to prevent major depression. Design: Multicenter, cluster randomized trial with sites randomly assigned to usual care or an intervention. (ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT01151982). Setting: 10 primary care c...
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The predictD study developed and validated a risk algorithm for predicting the onset of major depression in primary care. We aimed to explore the opinion of patients about knowing their risk for depression and the values and criteria upon which these opinions are based. A maximum variation sample of patients was taken, stratified by city, age, gend...
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Background The ‘predictD algorithm’ provides an estimate of the level and profile of risk of the onset of major depression in primary care attendees. This gives us the opportunity to develop interventions to prevent depression in a personalized way. We aim to evaluate the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and cost-utility of a new intervention, per...
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The different incidence rates of, and risk factors for, depression in different countries argue for the need to have a specific risk algorithm for each country or a supranational risk algorithm. We aimed to develop and validate a predictD-Spain risk algorithm (PSRA) for the onset of major depression and to compare the performance of the PSRA with t...
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Introduction Research has consistently documented the significance of severe life events for the onset and course of major depression. However, no research has been done on whether social and clinical characteristics differ in depressed primary care attendees who have experienced stressful life events compared to those who have not. Objectives We...
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Few data exist on the psychosocial factors associated with attrition in longitudinal surveys. This study was undertaken to determine psychosocial and sociodemographic predictors of attrition from a longitudinal study of the onset and persistence of episodes of major depression in primary care. A systematic random sample of general practice attendee...
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Studies on the association between the functional uMAOA polymorphism and depression have yielded non-conclusive results up till now. One thousand two hundred twenty eight consecutive Spanish primary care attendees, participating in the PREDICT study, agreed to take part in this genetic PREDICT-Gene study. We explored the association between depress...
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This paper briefly describes both main research lines and structure of our CIBERSAM University of Granada research group based at Granada University in South Spain. We are a Multidisciplinary team working in three different research lines adscribed to two smaller psychiatric research groups. Thus, PSYBAM group includes psychiatrists. biologists and...
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Table 1. Reliability analysis by predictD – Questionnaires.
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Background: The effects of putative risk factors on the onset and/or persistence of depression remain unclear. We aim to develop comprehensive models to predict the onset and persistence of episodes of depression in primary care. Here we explain the general methodology of the predictD-Spain study and evaluate the reliability of the questionnaires u...
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The effects of putative risk factors on the onset and/or persistence of depression remain unclear. We aim to develop comprehensive models to predict the onset and persistence of episodes of depression in primary care. Here we explain the general methodology of the predictD-Spain study and evaluate the reliability of the questionnaires used. This is...

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