Association of Primary Care Consultation Patterns With Early Signs and Symptoms of Psychosis.

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Summary of "Association of Primary Care Consultation Patterns With Early Signs and Symptoms of Psychosis."

Primary care is an important part of the care pathway for patients with psychosis; therefore, primary care physicians need to be able to accurately identify those at clinical high risk of psychosis. The difficulty of this task is increased because clinical high-risk symptoms are frequently nonspecific to psychosis.


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Name: JAMA network open
ISSN: 2574-3805
Pages: e185174


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