July 01, 2007
AJP CME Course for July 2007: Suicide Attempts Among Patients Starting Depression Treatment With Medications or Psychotherapy

Self-Assessment Quiz - Expired

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Outpatient claims data for new antidepressant prescriptions demonstrated that primary care providers prescribe approximately what percent of new prescriptions for depression?
Claims data reflecting emergency room visits or hospitalizations for suicide attempts were observed to decline after starting depression treatment among patients treated with:
Claims reflecting suicide attempts after starting antidepressant medication were three times more frequent in patients treated by psychiatrists than patients treated by primary care physicians. The most likely explanation for this difference is: