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Tijdschrift voor Psychotherapie

, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp 23–30 | Cite as

Richtlijnen en denkwijzen

Een reactie op de Conceptrichtlijnen depressie en angststoornissen
  • Roelf Jan Takens
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Samenvatting

Voorjaar 2003 publiceerde het Kwaliteitsinstituut voor de Gezondheidszorg CBO twee conceptrichtlijnen: een voor de behandeling van depressies en een voor de behandeling van angststoornissen. Deze richtlijnen bevatten landelijk geldende, vakinhoudelijke aanbevelingen voor optimale zorg voor een patiënt. De aanbevelingen die het CBO doet, pretenderen zo veel mogelijk wetenschappelijk onderbouwd (evidence based) te zijn.

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