Sertraline and/or interpersonal psychotherapy for patients with dysthymic disorder in primary care: 6-month comparison with longitudinal 2-year follow-up of effectiveness and costs.

@article{Browne2002SertralineAI,
  title={Sertraline and/or interpersonal psychotherapy for patients with dysthymic disorder in primary care: 6-month comparison with longitudinal 2-year follow-up of effectiveness and costs.},
  author={G Butler Browne and Meir Steiner and Jacqueline Roberts and Amiram Gafni and Carolyn Byrne and Edward Dunn and Barbara Bell and Michael Mills and Lori Chalklin and David Wallik and J. Kraemer},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2002},
  volume={68 2-3},
  pages={317-30}
}
BACKGROUND There is little information on the long-term effects and costs of a combination of Sertraline and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) for the treatment of dysthymia in primary care. METHODS In a single-blind, randomized clinical trial, 707 adults (18-74 years of age inclusive) with DSM-IV dysthymic disorder, with or without past and/or current major depression, as an acute or chronic episode, in a community-based primary care practice in Ontario, Canada, were randomized to treatment… CONTINUE READING

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