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Switching antipsychotic medication to reduce sexual dysfunction in people with psychosis: the REMEDY RCT

Crawford MJ, Thana L, Evans R, Carne A, O'Connell L, Claringbold A, et al. Health Technol Assess
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Sexual dysfunction is common among people who are prescribed antipsychotic medication for psychosis. Sexual dysfunction can impair quality of life and reduce treatment adherence. Switching antipsychotic medication may help, but the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of this approach is unclear.


To examine whether or not switching antipsychotic medication provides a clinically effective and cost-effective method to reduce sexual dysfunction in people with psychosis.
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Created by
Meara Brooks
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Current Awareness Service for Health