Tactics to improve adherence in depressed primary care patients.

Abstract

Follow the case of Mr K, a 28-year-old patient who becomes intentionally nonadherent to his antidepressant due to adverse effects. Mr K's symptoms at follow-up suggest that the clinician should consider alternative diagnoses besides major depressive disorder. Reassessment may require additional screening tools and collateral information from patients… (More)
DOI: 10.4088/JCP.14061tx5c

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@article{Montano2016TacticsTI, title={Tactics to improve adherence in depressed primary care patients.}, author={C Brendan Montano}, journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry}, year={2016}, volume={77 4}, pages={e472} }