Is it the case that Adaptive Interventions seek to replace clinical judgment?


No. The goal is to provide guidance on when and how to make critical decisions about treatment.

For example, in the above-mentioned example, clinical judgment c/would be used to decide between adding behavioral intervention or increasing the dose for children who do not respond to low-dose medication.

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