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Measurement-Based Care for Depressive Disorders: Meta-Analysis of RCTs Shows Efficacy

Raymond W. Lam, MD

Published: May 17, 2022

Dr Lam explains in this video how for patients with depressive disorders treated with pharmacotherapy, measurement-based care is effective in decreasing symptom severity, promoting remission, and improving medication adherence.

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