The promise of shared decision making in mental health.

@article{Drake2010ThePO,
  title={The promise of shared decision making in mental health.},
  author={Robert E. Drake and Patricia E. Deegan and Charles Rapp},
  journal={Psychiatric rehabilitation journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={7-13}
}
Shared decision making is a verb. It connotes a process, supported by specific information technologies, that reengineers how practitioners and people with diagnoses work together (Montori, Gafni, & Charles, 2006). Undoubtedly, the foundational values and principles of shared decision making are familiar to the readers of this journal. Person-centered care, respect for individual autonomy, choice and collaboration are well known and widely embraced in behavioral health and psychiatric… CONTINUE READING
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