re: CO-MED…

Posted on Wednesday 27 April 2011

I just got this response [see co-med?…]:
Dear Dr. 1boringoldman,

Thank you for your interest in the CO-MED article. It is tentatively scheduled to be published online in May. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.


Editorial Staff
The American Journal of Psychiatry

    Nancy Wilson
    April 27, 2011 | 10:56 PM

    I am looking at the credentials of the CO-MED study directors. Three of four study directors are UT Southwestern faculty members: Diane Warden, Ph.D.; Kathy Shores-Wilson, Ph.D.; and David W. Morris, Ph.D.

    Diane Warden is a licensed psychologist (see TexasOnline Professional Profiling System).

    David W. Morris is listed under the heading Clinical psychologist on the UT Southwestern Web site, here:

    However David W. Morris was not listed in the TexasOnline Professional Profiling System using the drop down menu for psychologist. Am I correct in assuming that Dr. Morris is not a licensed psychologist?

    Nancy Wilson
    May 2, 2011 | 7:57 PM

    As promised, here are the results of the CO-MED study:

    Combining Medications to Enhance Depression Outcomes (CO-MED): Acute and Long-Term…Rush et al. Am J Psychiatry. May 2, 2011.

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