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Shared Decision-Making and Medication Management in the Recovery Process
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Using medication is an active process that involves complex decision-making and a chance to work through decisional conflicts. Shared decision-making provides a model for the client and practitioner to work in partnership and assess a treatment's advantages and disadvantages within the context of recovering a life after a diagnosis of a major mental disorder.
Journal
2006
Psychiatric Services
57
1636-1639
Psychiatr Serv 2006 57: 1636-1639
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