Mental Health Patients More Likely To Reject Treatment If It Involves Only Medication

HealthDay (3/6, Preidt) reports, “Mental health patients are more likely to reject treatment if it involves only” medication, researchers found after analyzing “186 studies of patients who sought help for mental health conditions.” Investigators found that “overall, the average treatment refusal rate was more than eight percent.” The findings were published online March 6 in Psychotherapy.

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— “Patients Often Reject Drug-Only Psychiatric Treatment,” Robert Priedt, HealthDay, March 6, 2017.

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