Psychotropic Medications Questions You Should Ask Your 37th Psychiatric Consultation William R. Yee M.D., J.D., Copyright Applied for October 16th, 20 (Paperback)
This book introduces patients to medications used in a psychiatric hospital. It is presented as a series of questions the patient should ask the psychiatrist. It is based on the best medical practices in the context of informed choice. The psychiatrist informs about risks and benefits of different treatments. The patient chooses among the treatments available based upon the risks and benefits the patient finds worthy. Page 1 The First Question you should ask is, "What are my treatment choices?" Page 3 The Second Question you should ask, "What are the risks and benefits of psychotropic medications?" Page 8 The Third Question you should ask, "What are the psychotropic medications I can choose from?" Page 20 The Fourth Question you should ask, "What should I know about psychotropic medications?" Page 20 The Fifth Question you should ask, "Why do I need a psychiatrist if I can look the medications up online?" Pages 27-32 Let me give you an example of a psychiatrist guiding you through the literature.