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‘Power’ Approach Gives Patients Stronger Voice in Their Treatment

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firemonkee57

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Written by Psychiatric news


Psychiatric providers often struggle to blend person-centered care with shared decision making in community clinic settings. “Power statements” is a new approach that may help patients communicate specific goals and participate in their treatment by writing simple, concise sentences, according to new research.
Psych News Alert: ‘Power’ Approach Gives Patients Stronger Voice in Their Treatment


This sounds interesting. Anything that increases a patient's input into his/her care must be good.
 
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