- •There is a great willingness among mental healthcare workers to involve inpatients in multidisciplinary team meetings.
- •Eight out of ten mental healthcare workers feel capable to involve inpatients in multidisciplinary team meetings.
- •Nurses, pedagogues, and social workers feel less competent and are therefore less willing to involve inpatients in multidisciplinary team meetings.
- •Experienced and trained mental healthcare workers in patient participation tend to give more autonomy to the patient when participating in a multidisciplinary team meeting.
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