Fulbright, Indonesia, Mental Illness, Decision Making
Education | Higher Education
People with serious mental illness (SMI) may experience cognitive impairment, requiring others to help in making important decisions. The concept of "supported decision making" is preferable to previous concept "substitute decision making" due to more benefits for the person with SMI. Individual Placement Support is a strategy incorporating SDM. While there are challenges, many countries have incorporated SDM in their mental health acts.
Institute of International Education / Fulbright – English for Graduate Studies Program
The author acknowledges Fulbright Scholars, the Power of International Education, American Indonesia Exchange Foundation and Syracuse University
Komalasari, Renata. "Supported Decision Making" in People with Mental Illness, Fulbright Scholar's Program, Syracuse University, NY 2019
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