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In this topic library devoted to schizophrenia you’ll find helpful resources for diagnosis and treatment—best-practice guidelines, decision-support tools, and research summaries. Each week, new content publishes, so check back often to stay up to date.

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Shared Decision-Making & Supporting Changes In Treatment

Shared Decision-Making & Supporting Changes In Treatment

Explore the integration of shared decision-making into treatment plans to help patients achieve daily small steps to improve and maintain functioning. Related Resources
Washington State To Launch Prison Alternatives For Non-Violent Felony Offenders With Serious Mental Illness

Washington State To Launch Prison Alternatives For Non-Violent Felony Offenders With Serious Mental Illness

The Washington Department of Corrections is launching alternatives to prison for felony offenders diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI) under a new law signed on May 10, 2021. Under the legislation, Washington Senate Bill 5293, judges will have the option to sentence non-violent felony offenders with SMI (not convicted of…

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