- •Primary care nurse practitioners often provide care to individuals experiencing mental health conditions such as depression.
- •Psychotropic medications carry many potential benefits and risks; there is rarely 1 “best choice” for an individual.
- •Supported decision making is a framework that can help nurse practitioners individualize care for this population.
- •Supported decision making promotes positive therapeutic relationships and outcomes for individuals experiencing mental health symptoms.
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