Cure or Curse? Ambivalent Attitudes Towards Neuroleptic Medication in Schizophrenia and Non-Schizophrenia Patients

@inproceedings{Moritz2009CureOC,
  title={Cure or Curse? Ambivalent Attitudes Towards Neuroleptic Medication in Schizophrenia and Non-Schizophrenia Patients},
  author={Steffen Moritz and Maarten J. V. Peters and Anne C. Karow and Azra Deljkovic and Peter Tonn and Dieter Naber},
  booktitle={Mental illness},
  year={2009}
}
Neuroleptic non-compliance remains a serious challenge for the treatment of psychosis. Non-compliance is predominantly attributed to side effects, lack of illness insight, reduced well-being or poor therapeutic alliance. However, other still neglected factors may also play a role. Further, little is known about whether psychiatric patients without psychosis who are increasingly prescribed neuroleptics differ in terms of medication compliance or about reasons for non-compliance by psychosis… CONTINUE READING
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