PMH3: IS DEPRESSION THE MAJOR CAUSE OF IMPAIRED QUALITY OF LIFE IN SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS?

@article{Toumi2001PMH3ID,
  title={PMH3: IS DEPRESSION THE MAJOR CAUSE OF IMPAIRED QUALITY OF LIFE IN SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS?},
  author={Mondher Toumi and Agneta Pettersson and Pierre Michel Llorca and Christophe Lançon and Samuel Aball{\'e}a},
  journal={Value in Health},
  year={2001},
  volume={4},
  pages={140}
}
OBJECTIVES: Schizophrenia is a complex and invalidating disease with a wide range of symptoms and often social exclusion. Patients' quality of life is heavily impaired. The associations between the different symptoms and the QoL, as well as the possible impact of the patient management are still not well known. Our objective was to study the associations between health status, quality of life, general functioning and patient management in schizophrenic patients. METHODS: 238 schizophrenic… Expand
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