Improving physical health monitoring for out-patients on antipsychotic medication

  title={Improving physical health monitoring for out-patients on antipsychotic medication},
  author={Carlos Conde Gonz{\'a}lez and Niyaz Ahammed and Robert Fisher},
intensively staffed facilities in the community. There was a sustained reduction in admissions but the gains appeared to plateau after the initial 2 years raising questions about the ongoing value of assertive outreach teams. As originally conceived, the teams’ intervention was intended to be indefinite and the argument made that gains would be lost once the service was withdrawn. However, this position has become increasingly contentious. Indeed, the philosophy of ‘no discharge’ may be to the… CONTINUE READING

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