What users and relatives want from mental health services

@article{Noble2004WhatUA,
  title={What users and relatives want from mental health services},
  author={Lorraine M. Noble and B. C. Douglas},
  journal={Current Opinion in Psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={17},
  pages={289-296}
}
Purpose of review Recent work identifying the wishes and preferences of patients and relatives about mental health care is summarized and discussed in the light of earlier findings. Recent findings Patients want more information and involvement in decision-making, good relationships with providers, clear management plans, good coordination among services, the opportunity to record their wishes in advance directives, and contact with fellow patients who can provide peer support. Clinical… 
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