Systematic Assessment for Treatment Emergent Effects

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The SAFTEE is a technique for the systematic assessment of side effects in clinical trials developed by National Institute of Mental Health (Levine & Schooler, 1986). It is a questionnaire that rates the current severity of a wide range of somatic, behavioral and affective symptoms in general and specific inquiry formats. It is designed to report adverse health events, regardless of whether or not they are suspected to be drug related, in order to reduce the under-reporting of unanticipated events compared with "known or expected" events.

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