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International Study to Predict Optimized Treatment for Depression (iSPOT-D), a randomized clinical trial: rationale and protocol

Leanne M Williams*, A John Rush, Stephen H Koslow, Stephen R Wisniewski, Nicholas J Cooper, Charles B Nemeroff, Alan F Schatzberg and Evian Gordon

Trials 2011, 12:4  doi:10.1186/1745-6215-12-4

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Typographical correction for inclusion criterion 

Leanne Williams   (2014-12-17 13:14)  Stanford University email

On Page 3, the Inclusion criterion for total score on the HRDS17 should be HRDS17 ≥ 16

Competing interests

First author of the paper and academic PI for the iSPOT-D study

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There might be some minor mistake of this publication

xin wang   (2014-07-29 15:09)  pfizer

Page 3, the Inclusion criteria should be Total HRDS17≥16,NOT HRDS17≤16

Competing interests

None declared

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