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Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Treatment-Resistant Depression in Adults

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Clinical Questions Addressed by the CER (3 of 4)

In preparing the report on which this CME activity is based, the authors aimed to answer six KQs. KQs 3 and 4 are listed below:

KQ 3. Do nonpharmacologic interventions (single or combination) differ in their efficacy or effectiveness for treating TRD as a function of particular symptom subtypes (e.g., catatonic [frozen or hyper] or psychotic symptoms)?

KQ 4. For adults with TRD, do nonpharmacologic interventions differ in safety, adverse events, or adherence? Adverse effects of interest include but are not limited to amnesia, memory loss, headaches, and postoperative complications.