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Medication plays an important role in the management of people with mental health problems. Drugs, however, also contribute to treatment burden.

Carolyn Chew-Graham (GP and Professor of General Practice Research, Keele University)
David Kessler (GP and Professor of Primary Care, University of Bristol)
Ian Maidment (Reader in Pharmacy, Aston University)
Tom Kingstone (Lecturer in Mental Health & Wellbeing, Keele University)

In this workshop we will DISCUSS key challenges of polypharmacy, impacts on physical health problems and withdrawing of medication and DEVELOP research ideas.

This workshop has been designed for clinicians, researchers, and people with lived experience of a range of mental health problems.

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