Working with Patients and Clients Take Antipsychotics

Antipsychotics are primarily used in the treatment of psychosis, and they are also referred to as major tranquilizers or neuroleptics (they have the property of reducing nerve tension). As we strive toward less fragmented care for our patients or clients, basic knowledge of psychopharmacology is essential for non-medical staff.  

Many factors influence medication adherence and side effects are among the most influential ones, while the therapeutic relationship also highly affects medication adherence. Several non-medical staff typically spend more time with patients and clients, when compared to medical staff, and this often leads to a strong therapeutic alliance. Understanding this alliance can provide the leverage needed for all parties to help with medication adherence; and, a basic knowledge of psychopharmacology for non-medical staff can be very helpful in facilitating this process.

 Are you ready to master the How of talking intelligently with our patients and clients about antipsychotics?


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Join us and enhance your ability to provide excellent care, while preventing burnout, promoting self-care, and elevating your career, agency, and the system, as a whole!

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  • Wed, Apr 3, 2019

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