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Antipsychotic long-acting injections in clinical practice: medication management and patient choice.

Gray R, Spilling R, Burgess D, Newey T.

Abstract

A patient-centered approach to care, focusing on recovery, demands a reconsideration of how choices are made about treatment, how this affects medication adherence, and the role of long-acting antipsychotics (LAIs) in this process.

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Gray R, Spilling R, Burgess D, Newey T. 2009. Antipsychotic long-acting injections in clinical practice: medication management and patient choice. British Journal of of Psychiatry, 52(S), S51-56.

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Contributed on 11/11/2013

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