Rosario Aronica

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I am a clinician and visiting researcher collaborating with Professor Andrea Cipriani in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. My research focuses on evidence synthesis in psychiatry, psychopharmacology, and digital psychiatry, with a keen interest in precision medicine. I have worked as a clinician in a multitude of diverse settings, ranging from emergency services in developing countries like Kenya to the environments of prisons, psychiatric wards, outpatient clinics, and liaison psychiatric services. My primary clinical focus has centered on addressing treatment-resistant conditions and conducting psychopharmacological trials. I currently hold the position of Honorary Specialty Doctor in Psychiatry at the Clinical Research Facility under the Oxford Trust. Additionally, I am nearing the completion of my trainee program in Psychiatry at the University of Milan.


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Are psychological interventions effective in preventing relapse and recurrence in depression?


Andrea Cipriani is back, this time writing with Rosario Aronica to summarise an individual patient data meta-analysis on the use of psychological interventions for preventing relapse in depression.

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