A postal survey of 81 general practitioners (GPs) who were Involved in lithium monitoring was undertaken, to compare their views on lithium therapy with their monitoring practice, and with the practice of psychiatrists.
Forty-seven replied (response rate 50.6%). There was considerable variation in GP knowledge of lithium therapy. GPs made fewer requests but wanted more information.
Written reminders and information on lithium would be useful to GPs.
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