Pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy: similarly cost effective compared with community referral for disadvantaged women with major depression

Revicki, D. A.; Siddique, J.; Chung, J. Y.
February 2006
Evidence Based Mental Health;Feb2006, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p16
Academic Journal
The article reports on the results of a study showing that pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy reduce symptoms in low income minority women with major depression as compared with community referral. Pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy are also cost effective in United States.


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