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About the authors
Section 1: Shared
decision-making in medical and psychiatric
(1.1) Section 1: Shared decision-making in medical and
(1.2) What is patient-centred practice?
(1.3) What is shared decision-making?
(1.4) Making shared decisions with newly diagnosed patients with
(1.5) Shared decision-making and outcome
(1.6) Limitations to making shared decisions
(1.7) Section 1: Recap
(1.8) Section 1:
Section 2: Keeping patients
(2.1) Section 2: Keeping patients informed
(2.2) Psychiatrist and patient views
(2.3) To what extent do patients with schizophrenia wish to be
involved in treatment decisions?
(2.5) Making a psychiatric diagnosis
(2.6) Strategies for informing patients with schizophrenia about
the nature of their condition
(2.8) Non-disclosure of important side effects
(2.9) Strategies for informing patients about antipsychotic side
(2.10) Strategies for informing patients about antipsychotic
(2.11) Model answer
(2.12) Section 2: Recap
(2.13) Section 2:
Section 3: Engaging with
(3.1) Section 3: Engaging with patients’ concerns
(3.2) Non-engagement with patients’ concerns
(3.3) Clinical vignette: responding to a disclosure of
(3.4) Interactive exercise: responding to a disclosure of
(3.5) Responding to a disclosure of non-adherence
(3.6) Clinical vignette: responding to a report of side
(3.7) Responding to a report of side effects
(3.8) Responding to a report of side effects
(3.9) Section 3: Recap
(3.10) Section 3:
Section 4: Making shared
(4.1) Section 4: Making shared decisions
(4.2) The three types of shared decision
(4.3) Open shared decisions
(4.4) Directed shared decisions
(4.5) Pressured shared decisions
(4.6) Clinical vignette: shared decision-making
(4.8) Section 4: Recap
(4.9) Section 4: