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Mental health care model reduced symptoms in those most affected by BP oil spill

A model of care to provide mental health services after the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill reduced both mental health and general medical symptoms in people affected by the tragedy. The novel approach embedded psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and telemedicine resources into primary care clinics in the most affected areas.
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