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Psychoeducational training for schizophrenic patients: background, procedure and empirical findings

Patient Education and Counseling

Dec 1, 1996

W P HornungG Buchkremer

PMID: 9006241

Abstract

As neuroleptic therapy alone still fails to other effective relapse prevention in schizophrenic patients, psychoeducational therapeutic approaches have been developed as an additional aid for patients and their families. This article details the central characteristics of these approach...read more

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Patient Non-Compliance
Antipsychotic Effect
Schizophrenia
Antipsychotic Agents
Outpatients
Patient Education
Family Planning Program Evaluation
Group Therapy
Recurrent Disease
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Psychoeducational training for schizophrenic patients: background, procedure and empirical findings

Patient Education and Counseling

Dec 1, 1996

W P HornungG Buchkremer

PMID: 9006241

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Abstract

As neuroleptic therapy alone still fails to other effective relapse prevention in schizophrenic patients, psychoeducational therapeutic approaches have been developed as an additional aid for patients and their families. This article details the central characteristics of these approach...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Patient Non-Compliance
Antipsychotic Effect
Schizophrenia
Antipsychotic Agents
Outpatients
Patient Education
Family Planning Program Evaluation
Group Therapy
Recurrent Disease

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