In the Trenches| Volume 16, ISSUE 12, P1097-1099, December 01, 2015

Informed Consent for Psychotropic Medication Use: A Novel Approach to Changing Physician Behavior

      Implementing any change that involves human behavior tends to be difficult. Especially when it comes to chronic, recurrent problems, there typically will be several factors that contribute to the status quo.
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