Do young adults with bipolar disorder benefit from early intervention?

@article{Kessing2014DoYA,
  title={Do young adults with bipolar disorder benefit from early intervention?},
  author={Lars Vedel Kessing and Hanne Vibe Hansen and Ellen Margrethe Christensen and Henrik Dam and Christian N Gluud and J\orn Wetterslev},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2014},
  volume={152-154},
  pages={403-8}
}
BACKGROUND It is unknown whether young adults with bipolar disorder are able to benefit from early intervention combining optimised pharmacological treatment and group psychoeducation. The aim of the present report was to compare the effects of early intervention among patients with bipolar disorder aged 18-25 years to that of patients aged 26 years or older. METHODS Patients were randomised to early treatment in a specialised outpatient mood disorder clinic versus standard care. The primary… CONTINUE READING
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