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methylphenidate in 63% of students, family practitioners in 17%, psychiatrists, 11%, and nurse practitioners in 3%. When drugs other than methylphenidate were prescribed, the psychiatrist's role was increased to 29%. (Safer DJ, Malever M. Stimulant treatment in Maryland Public Schools. Pediatrics September 2000;106:533-539). (Reprints: Daniel J Safer MD, 7702 Dunmanway, Baltimore, MD 21222). COMMENT. In the authors' summary of their findings, the rate of medication, mainly methylphenidate,doi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-14-9-14 fatcat:u7ontqvegjeovjb4mn6yxpo6pq