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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Descriptive summary of included studies

Study Sample size (N) Age (Mean±SD) Intervention1. Type2. Mode of therapy (mode of delivery)3. Provider4. Session Control Follow-up times Depression measurement Blood glucose measurement
1. Bond (2010) USA 62 62.2±6.2 1. Behavior and motivational strategies Usual care 6 mo CES-D Not measured
2. Individual (web-based)
3. Nurses
4. Weekly (over 6 months)
2. Taveira (2011) USA 88 60.2±9.3 1. Behavior strategies Usual care 6 mo PHQ-9 HbA1c
2. Groups (in person)
3. Pharmacists and nurses
4. Four once-a-week sessions of 2 hours, followed by 5 monthly 90-minute group sessions
3. Weiss (2015) USA 206 72.8±6.5 1. Behavior and health coaching Supportive 6 mo PHQ-9 HbA1c
2. Individual (in person) Therapy (placebo treatment)
3. Community health workers
4. Four 1-hour sessions over 4 months
4. Nowlan (2016) Australia 81 71.67±7.42 1. Positive reappraisal Cognitive restructuring and counseling 1 wk GDS Not measured
2. Individual (in person)
3. Psychologists
4. Single session (50 minutes)
5. Markle-Reid (2018) Canada 159 65-69 years: N=26 (32.5%) 1. Community-based education program for diabetes & depression Usual care 6 mo CESD-R Not measured
70-74 years: N=32 (40.0%) 2. Individual & group (in person)
3. Nurses and dietitians
4. Three home visits, monthly group meetings over 6 months

PHQ-9: The Patient Health Questionnare-9, GDS: Geriatric Depression Scale, CES-D: Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, CES-D-R: 10 item Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, HbA1c: hemoglobin A1c.

Korean J Stress Res 2020;28:1-9 https://doi.org/10.17547/kjsr.2020.28.1.1
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