In a study of 597 outpatients who were perceived as likely nonadherers to oral antipsychotic interventions, Spanish researchers found that relapse was lower in patients with negative attitudes toward antipsychotics at baseline, and that nonpharmacological interventions outperformed pharmacological ones. The study appears in the upcoming issue of Progress In Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry.
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