Shared Decision Making, Self-Determination and Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Anthony, William A.
October 2010
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal;Fall2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p87
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the use of shared decision making in psychiatric rehabilitation. He suggests that shared decision making promotes a collaborative sharing of information, decision making aids and patients involvement in treatment. He argues that shared decision making will benefit patient centered care and individual choice in psychiatric rehabilitation.


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