Personality Disorder in Primary Care
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Patients with personality disorders can be challenging to manage in primary care. Clarity of diagnosis and appreciation of the limitations of therapeutic interventions are essential. A consistent, boundaried approach from all involved in care is important for a successful outcome and minimisation of stress amongst professionals, including general practitioners.
- Authors: Richard Braithwaite
- Keywords: Personality disorder, borderline, primary care, general practice.
- CPD Assessment: Complete CPD test
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