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Coordinated care consisting of cognitive behavioural therapy plus medication improves panic disorder

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Q Is coordinated care consisting of cognitive behavioural therapy plus medication effective for people with panic disorders?

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Randomised controlled trial.

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Unconcealed.

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Open.

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Two years.

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Six primary care clinics in the USA; enrolment from March 2000 to March 2002.

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232 people (mean age of 41.2 years) with panic disorder (DSM-IV) and at least one panic attack in the previous week. Exclusion criteria: receiving psychiatric disability benefits; already seeing a psychiatrist or cognitive behavioural therapist; inability to speak English; or no telephone access.

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Coordinated care consisting of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) plus medication or usual care. CBT consisted of six sessions plus six follow up telephone booster sessions and a patient education video and workbook. A …

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