Primary Care Companion E-lert

01.25.13

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Self-Disturbance in Schizophrenia: A Phenomenological Approach to Better Understand Our Patients

Rob de Vries, MD; Henriette D. Heering, MSc; Lot Postmes, MD; Saskia Goedhart, MD; Herman N. Sno, MD, PhD; and Lieuwe de Haan, MD, PhD

Patients with schizophrenia report apparently incomprehensible experiences, which can be misunderstood by clinicians. This article advocates a phenomenological investigation to bridge the gap between patients and clinicians by giving some insight into the experiential world of patients with schizophrenia and by connecting those experiences to the observed symptoms.

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