Antisocial personality disorder. Implementing NICE guidance. 2009. NICE clinical guideline 77. What this presentation covers. Background Scope Key priorities for implementation Costs and savings Discussion Find out more . Characteristics.
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Implementing NICE guidance
NICE clinical guideline 77
A positive and rewarding approach is more likely to be successful in engaging and retaining people in treatment. Staff should:
Cognitive problem-solving skills training should be considered for children aged 8 years and older with conduct problems if:
People with antisocial personality disorder should be offered treatment for any comorbid disorders in line with recommendations in the relevant NICE clinical guideline
This should happen regardless of whether the person is receiving treatment for antisocial personality disorder
Consider establishing multi-agency antisocial personality disorder networks, where possible linked to other personality disorder networks
These should actively involve people with antisocial personality disorder and should: