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Letters to the Editor

Pharmacists Lack Knowledge of Antidepressant Discontinuation Symptoms

John Donoghue and Peter Haddad

Published: February 18, 1999

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: We read with interest the article by Young and Currie1 demonstrating that a significant proportion of physicians lacked detailed knowledge of antidepressant discontinuation phenomena. We recently used a questionnaire, similar to that used by Young and Currie, to assess knowledge among pharmacists working in the United Kingdom. We felt this was important for several reasons.

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