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The goal of this clinical trial is to compare the effect of three level interventions(universal prevention, selective prevention and targeted prevention) in elderly depression and find out the most efficient intervention path. The main questions it aims to answer are: - Whether the pre-disease three-level prevention model (universal prevention, selective prevention and targeted prevention) is applicable for elderly depression in urban communities; - Which level of intervention has the best effect on elderly depression. Participants will be given the following treatments: - Level 1 intervention(universal prevention): Health education related to depression to strengthen the participants' self-care skills to reduce sub-health risk factors. - Level 2 intervention(selective prevention): Psychosocial interventions (including but not limited to cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, mindfulness training) aimed at risk factors to prevent more severe depressive symptoms. - Level 3 intervention(targeted prevention): Therapeutic psychosocial interventions (including but not limited to cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, mindfulness training) to reduce patients' depressive symptoms. Researchers will compare control group to see if the three levels of intervention have a significant effect.

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NCT number NCT06132061
Study type Interventional
Source Affiliated Hospital of Yunnan University
Contact Tan Tang, Ph.D.
Phone +86 139 2845 2325
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date December 1, 2023
Completion date December 31, 2025

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