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A joint University of Oxford and University of Nottingham study, on the experiences of people who use antidepressant medicines, was featured at the launch of Healthtalkonline's 'Experiences of antidepressants' website yesterday.

Senior Researcher with the Health Experiences Research Group (HERG) at the University of Oxford, Susan Kirkpatrick, talks about the research on the new website, and research participants' experiences are made available as an information resource for the public on

The Guardian article which features clips from the interviews can be viewed here:

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