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A new University of Bristol led study will investigate the benefits and challenges of remote consultations for patients with anxiety and depression in primary care. 

The NIHR funded study will ask GPs, mental health nurses and patients about their views and experiences of remote consulting for anxiety and depression. The information gathered will inform how best to use remote consultations for these conditions in the future.

Health professionals and patients from GP practices across the West of England are now being invited to take part.

Republished with thanks to The University of Bristol. Read the full article here.