Attitudes and beliefs among patients treated with mood stabilizers

Abstract

BACKGROUND There is increasing evidence that attitudes and beliefs are important in predicting adherence in depressive and bipolar disorders. However, such attitudes and beliefs on mood stabilizers have not been analysed by socio-demographic and clinical variables. METHODS The Mood Stabilizer Compliance Questionnaire (MSQC) was mailed to a large… (More)

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