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Support staff’s perceptions of discontinuing antipsychotics in people with intellectual disabilities in residential care: A mixed‐method study

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Although there is little evidence on their efficacy regarding challenging behaviour, antipsychotics are the most used psychotropic drugs in residential intellectually disabled people. Discontinuation is possible for some residential clients with intellectual disabilities. This study aimed to gain insight into support staff's perceptions of discontinuing antipsychotics in residential clients with intellectual disabilities.
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Keywords: antipsychotics; challenging behaviour; intellectual disabilities; mixed methods; perceptions

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2019

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