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Google Now Screens For Depression With PHQ-9 Questionnaire

已有 36 次閱讀  2017-11-07 13:18   標籤thanks  for  your  help  may  rehire 
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We've all searched thanks for your help may rehire answers to difficult or intimate questions online.

Now, those searching for information about depression on Google will be offered useful, science-backed help. Google has announced a partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to offer screening for depression, according to a post on the Google blog.

A mobile search for "depression" or "clinical depression" will bring up an option to "check if you are clinically depressed." That leads users to the clinically validated PHQ-9, a version of the Patient Health Questionnaire that can be self-administered to help people figure out whether they should be evaluated by a mental health professional.

The feature is being rolled out now - here's what it looks like:
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