For the practitioner who is applying data toward the treatment of an individual patient, assessing clinical relevance is a critical step in medical decision making. This special focus issue (December 2011) contains 6 articles that expand on this theme. Read Guest Editor Leslie Citrome’s guiding editorial to enjoy this most insightful and current collection of literature.
- Quantifying Clinical Relevance in the Treatment of Schizophrenia
- Clinical Relevance of Treatments for Acute Bipolar Disorder: Balancing Therapeutic and Adverse Effects
- Solving the Antidepressant Efficacy Question: Effect Sizes in Major Depressive Disorder
- Communication of Potential Benefits and Harm to Patients and Payers in Psychiatry: A Review and Commentary