Staff attitudes toward borderline personality disorder

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Gray, Sarah
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2020-12-07
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Conference Contribution - Oral Presentation
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borderline personality disorder
client experiences
discrimination
health professional interactions
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Gray, S. (2020, December). Staff Attitudes Toward Borderline Personality Disorder. Paper presented at the Unitec Research Symposium, Mount Albert Campus, Unitec.
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Overview - Borderline Personality Disorder - Current Study - Future Study - Questions & Answers Sigma and discrimination Why does this matter? Self-harm Suicide Impact on staff Current study - Factors influencing staff members’ care of clients diagnosed with borderline personality disorder Study phases - AMHS [Addiction and Mental Health Services], Professional leads Questionnaire APDQ [Attitude to Personality Disorder Questionnaire] Responses Analysis Results Professional group Work area Supervison Meaning International comparison Completion of study Future study References Image credits
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