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In this review, the definition, predictors, approach, and management of treatment-resistant depression in adolescents are described. We conclude with descriptions of some novel interventions that may be treatments of the future for treatment-resistant depression.
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Dr. Brent receives grant and research support from NIMH and AFSP, is a consultant for Healthwise, receives royalties from Guildford Press, eRT for the electronic version of the C-SSRS, UpToDate, and sits on the scientific boards of Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the National Advisory Council of NIMH.
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