PMID: 436079Feb 1, 1979

A review of women's psychotropic drug use

Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. Revue Canadienne De Psychiatrie
R Cooperstock

Abstract

This paper reviews current knowledge regarding the use of psychotropic drugs by women, who are more likely than males to be frequent and, particularly, steady users. Age and work status are also correlated with use in both sexes. Differences between the sexes in help-seeking behaviour, paths to the health care system and physician prescribing practices are also examined.

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Jun 1, 1988·Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research·M Russell, D Coviello
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Related Concepts

Diagnosis, Psychiatric
Assertive Community Treatment
Drug Prescriptions
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