Victimization, Violence, and Arrests. Non-remitted patients reported a greater likelihood of being victimized or committing a violent act than remitted patients during the 3-year study (p < 0.05). For victimization and arrests there was a significant effect for visit (p < 0.05). Additionally, there was a baseline remission by visit interaction for violence (p = 0.019).
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