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Juliana M. Holcomb
Standard-setting organizations recommend screening adolescents for depression routinely and endorse the parent-completed, Pediatric Symptom Checklist's internalizing subscale (PSC-17P-INT) for this purpose. This study assessed the feasibility of screening electronically, prevalence of PSC-17P-INT risk, and rates of subsequent behavioral health service utilization in a sample of pediatric outpatients. Results showed that over two years, most patients (93.9%) were screened at both visits, those who screened at-risk were more likely to receive behavioral health services than those who screened negative but that for almost two-thirds of all positives, depression risk persisted into the second year, supporting the need for routine screening.
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