The British Journal of Psychiatry
Communication and psychosis: it's good to talk, but how?
Rose McCabe, Stefan Priebe

Abstract

Communication between clinicians and patients is at the heart of psychiatric practice and particularly challenging with psychotic patients. It may influence patient outcome indirectly or be therapeutic in its own right. Appropriate conceptual models, evidence on effective interventions and specific training are required to optimise communication in everyday routine practice.

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