Treatment Resistant Psychosis - Why is Evidence-Based Medicine failing to deliver?

Treatment resistant psychosis is one of the most intractable problems in psychiatry and consumes a large proportion of the NHS Mental Health budget, but there has been very little progress in developing new treatments for this group. Professor MacCabe will discuss how this situation highlights the limitations of Evidence Based Medicine paradigm and will offer some suggestions as to how we might move forward.

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