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Personality disorder traits and self-reported target problems in a treatment-seeking sample
Background: Assessments of personality disorder (PD) by clinicians or researchers are not always congruent with the problems that clients view as most salient. This can result in disagreement over areas for change, leading ...
Prescribing for personality disorder: Qualitative study of interviews with general and forensic consultant psychiatrists
Aims and method: To explore experiences of psychiatrists considering medication for patients with personality disorder by analysis of transcribed, semi-structured interviews with consultants. Results: Themes show important ...
Use of psychotropic medication among psychiatric out-patients with personality disorder
Aims and method: This survey was conducted to ascertain the use of psychotropic medication in the treatment of patients with a primary diagnosis of personality disorder within a community mental health team. A sample of ...