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Brainstorms

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Psychopharmacologists, Part 2: Begin With the End in Mind

Stephen M. Stahl

Published: October 31, 2000

Article Abstract

This feature is the secondin a series of articles onthe 7 habits of highly effectiveclinical psychiatristswho practice psychopharmacologyand have difficult patientmanagement problems in their clinicalpractices; it is based on applicationof Steven Covey’s highly acclaimedprinciples.

Treatment in psychopharmacologycan be conceptualized as a race.Thus, there is a starting line fortreatment, progress toward the finishline along the way, and finally,crossing the finish line to end therace.


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