Use of cognitive therapy for relapse prevention in chronic depression. Cost-effectiveness study.

@article{Scott2003UseOC,
  title={Use of cognitive therapy for relapse prevention in chronic depression. Cost-effectiveness study.},
  author={Jan Scott and Stephen Palmer and Eugene S. Paykel and John Teasdale and Hazel Hayhurst},
  journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science},
  year={2003},
  volume={182},
  pages={
          221-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND There is a lack of data on the cost-effectiveness of relapse prevention in depression. METHOD A total of 158 subjects with partially remitted major depression despite adequate clinical treatment were randomly allocated to cognitive therapy in addition to antidepressants and clinical management v. antidepressants and clinical management alone. Relapse rates and health care resource utilisation were measured prospectively over 17 months. RESULTS Cumulative relapse rates in the… CONTINUE READING

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