Depression and Employment Challenges

 

Many people with depression face employment challenges. DBSA and researchers at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA are planning a new research study on this topic. The study will determine if a specialized program can be helpful to people with depression who are living and working in rural parts of the United States.

Your feedback is very important.

Please answer each of the following questions.

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Question - Required - Do you currently live and/or work in a rural part of the United States? (Please use your own definition of "rural.")




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Question - Required - When you last experienced an episode of depression, how worried or concerned were you about being able to cope with your job demands?




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Question - Required - When you last experienced an episode of depression, how worried or concerned were you about what your boss and/or coworkers were thinking of you?




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Question - Required - When you last experienced an episode of depression, how worried or concerned were you with your job security?




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Question - Required - How much help have you received for your employment concerns or work problems from the person you see for most of your depression care (such as a physician, nurse, therapist or counselor)?





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Question - Required - How would you rate your interest in having a counselor you could talk to by telephone who specializes in helping people with depression cope with employment challenges?






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