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Affective Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Affective Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Mental Health in Refugees and Asylum Seekers

A prospective, cluster-randomized intervention study, conducted in seven German cities and comprising a total of 476 patients, should compare effectiveness and efficiency of this SCCM as compared to a 'Treatment as Usual' (TAU) condition. The fundamental principle of the examined care model is to provide patients with mild and moderate ...

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Efficacy of Social Cognitive Training (SCT) in Recent-onset Psychosis

Participants with recent onset psychosis (ROP) experience delusions, hallucinations, and impairment in social, cognitive and emotional functioning. Although symptoms often improve following pharmacological intervention, the marked cognitive deficits, that often precede the onset of symptoms, continue to persist despite current treatment methods. Computerized neurocognitive interventions (NCI) are a promising therapeutic ...

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Efficacy Safety and Pharmacokinetic Study of Inhaled Esketamine in Treatment-resistant Bipolar Depression

This is a randomized, multiple dose, placebo-controlled, double-blind, multicentre study of Esketamine DPI, inhalation powder delivered via dry powder inhaler (DPI) in participants with TRBD. There are 3 study phases: Screening phase, a two weeks double-blind treatment phase and a 6-week follow-up phase. Participants are to be randomized in 1:1:1:1 ...

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Mobile After-Care Support App: Pilot RCT

The overall aim of this program of research is to refine and test the feasibility and acceptability of a newly developed mobile device-delivered app, called Mobile After-Care Support (MACS), to improve patients' coping and treatment adherence following a hospitalization related to their psychotic-spectrum disorder. The purpose of the proposed project ...

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