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National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (UK). Schizophrenia: Core Interventions in the Treatment and Management of Schizophrenia in Primary and Secondary Care (Update) [Internet]. Leicester (UK): British Psychological Society; 2009 Mar. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 82.)

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Schizophrenia: Core Interventions in the Treatment and Management of Schizophrenia in Primary and Secondary Care (Update) [Internet].

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10Clinical evidence summary tables

10.2. Abbreviations

AMI

Amisulpride

ARI

Aripiprazole

BEN

Benperidol

CHL

Chlorpromazine hydrochloride

CI

Confidence interval

Fixed

Fixed effects model

FLUPE

Flupentixol

FLUPHE

Fluphenazine hydrochloride

HAL

Haloperidol

IV

Inverse variance

LEV

Levomepromazine

MD

Mean difference

M-H

Mantel-Haenszel

OLZ

Olanzapine

PAL

Paliperidone

PER

Perphenazine

PERI

Pericyazine

PIM

Pimozide

PRO

Prochlorperazine

PROM

Promazine hydrochloride

QUE

Quetiapine

Random

Random effects model

RIS

Risperidone

RR

Relative risk

SER

Sertindole

SUL

Sulpiride

TRI

Trifluoperazine

ZIP

Ziprasidone

ZOT

Zotepine

ZUC-A

Zuclopenthixol acetate

ZUC-D

Zuclopenthixol dihydrochloride.

Pharmacological interventions in the treatment and management of schizophrenia

10.4.9. Augmentation of antipsychotic medication with another antipsychotic

Table 68. Studies included in the augmentation review

Table 69. Clozapine augmentation vs. clozapine + placebo

10.5. Psychological therapy and psychosocial interventions

10.5.3. Arts therapies vs. any control – subgroup analysis by setting

Table 85. Arts therapies vs. control subgroup analysis by setting

10.5.4. Arts therapies vs. any control – subgroup analysis by treatment modality

Table 86. Arts therapies vs. any control subgroup analysis by treatment modality

10.5.6. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. other active treatments

Table 89. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. other active treatments

10.5.7. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. non-standard care

Table 90. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. non-standard care

10.5.8. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control

Table 91. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control

10.5.9. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control – subgroup analysis by format

Table 92. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control - subgroup analysis by format

10.5.10. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control – subgroup analysis by duration

Table 93. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control - subgroup analysis by duration

10.5.11. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control – subgroup analysis by number of sessions

Table 94. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control - subgroup analysis by number of sessions

10.5.12. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control – subgroup analysis by country

Table 95. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control - subgroup by country

10.5.13. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control – subgroup analysis by phase of illness

Table 96. Cognitive behavioural therapy vs. any control - subgroup by phase of illness

10.5.15. Cognitive remediation – subgroup analysis by comparison

Table 99. Cognitive remediation - subgroup analysis by comparison

10.5.17. Counselling and supportive therapy vs. standard care

Table 102. Counselling and supportive therapy vs. standard care

10.5.18. Counselling and supportive therapy vs. other active treatments

Table 103. Counselling and supportive therapy vs. other active treatments

10.5.19. Counselling and supportive therapy vs. cognitive behavioural therapy

Table 104. Counselling and supportive therapy vs. cognitive behavioural therapy

10.5.20. Group counselling and supportive therapy vs. individual counselling and supportive therapy

Table 105. Group counselling and supportive therapy vs. individual counselling and supportive therapy

10.5.22. Family intervention vs. any control (carer outcomes)

Table 108. Family intervention vs. any control (carer outcomes)

10.5.23. Family intervention vs. standard care

Table 109. Family intervention vs. standard care

10.5.24. Family intervention vs. other active treatments

Table 110. Family intervention vs. other active treatments

10.5.25. Individual family intervention vs. multiple family intervention

Table 111. Individual family intervention vs. multiple family intervention

10.5.26. Family intervention for High EE families vs. any control

Table 112. Family intervention ofr high EE familes vs. any control

10.5.27. Family intervention information group + support vs. information group only

Table 113. Information group + support vvs. Information gorup only

10.5.28. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by format

Table 114. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by format

10.5.29. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by service user participation

Table 115. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by service user participation

10.5.30. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by duration

Table 116. Family intervention vs. any control - subgroup analysis by duration

10.5.31. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by number of treatment sessions

Table 117. Family intervention vs. any control - subgroup analysis by number of treatment sessions

10.5.32. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by country

Table 118. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by country

10.5.33. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by phase of illness

Table 119. Family intervention vs. any control – subgroup analysis by phase of illness

10.5.35. Psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapies –Direct format comparison (therapy orientation)

Table 122. Insight orientated vs. reality orientated psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapies

10.5.36. Psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapies –Direct format comparison (format)

Table 123. Individual vs. group psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapies

10.5.38. Psychoeducation vs. standard care

Table 126. Psychoeducation vs. standard care

10.5.39. Psychoeducation vs. other active treatments

Table 127. Psychoeducation vs. other active treatments

10.5.40. Psychoeducation with booster sessions vs. psychoeducation only

Table 128. Psychoeducation with booster sessions vs. psychoeducation only

10.5.41. Psychoeducation with social skills module vs. psychoeducation only

Table 129. Psychoeducation with social skills module vs. psychoeducation only

10.5.42. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by format

Table 130. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by format

10.5.43. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by carer participation

Table 131. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by carer participation

10.5.44. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by duration

Table 132. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by duration

10.5.45. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by number of sessions

Table 133. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by number of sessions

10.5.46. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by country

Table 134. Psychoeducation vs. any control – subgroup analysis by country

10.5.48. Social skills training vs. standard care

Table 137. Social skills training vs. standard care

10.5.49. Social skills training vs. other active treatments

Table 138. Social skills training vs. other active treatments

10.5.50. Clinic based social skills training vs. clinic based social skills training + in-vivo skills training

Table 139. Clinic based social skills training vs. clinic based social skills training + in-vivo skills training

10.5.51. Social skills training vs. any control – subgroup analysis by setting

Table 140. Social skills training vs. any control – subgroup analysis by setting

10.5.52. Social skills training vs. any control – subgroup analysis by duration

Table 141. Social skills training vs. any control – subgroup analysis by duration

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