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Managing schizophrenia in primary care: The utility of remission criteria as outcome indicators

Abstract:

The shared management of patients with schizophrenia in primary care can only succeed if underpinned by valid, easily administered and clinically relevant outcome measures. While conditions such as depression and anxiety lend themselves to this approach through the development, over a number of years, of patient- and observer-rated scales, schizophrenia still lacks the capacity for meaningful outcome measures. Recently, two international working groups have developed the concept of remission ...

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Journal:
Mental Health in Family Medicine
Volume:
6
Issue:
2
Pages:
107-112
Publication date:
2009
ISSN:
1756-834X
URN:
uuid:326023fb-e90e-4fa4-8ff5-c39b7387c1f7
Source identifiers:
176903
Local pid:
pubs:176903

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