The Choice and Medication website offers patient information about mental health conditions and the treatments available to help make informed decisions about choosing the right medicine. Choice and Medication is commercially available on subscription to healthcare organisations for licensed access by staff and service users.
A personal subscription to the website can be used on your own, together with your family or someone you care for. Available online, 24/7 and provides confidential expert advice when you need it, even while you talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.
Conditions covered include Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Depression, Anxiety, Alcohol disorders, ADHD and many more!!!
“Just a fan letter, a local psychiatrist gave us the name of your site and we have found it extremely useful and informative this week in connection with new medication for a family member – and also I really like the approachable/informal tone of the narrative entries and answers to questions.”
Kate, February 2017
“Realistic, pragmatic, detailed, reflects anecdotal reports not just the pharma labels.”
Sasha, April 2016
“You should know that what you do makes a difference and really helps people.”
Stewart, August 2018
“Usually material for patients/general public is patronising and dumbed-down to the point where I resort to material for professionals – this site is a refreshing change. Also appreciated the info about where the information comes from and how you are funded. Thank you for all your hard work with this site – it is fantastic.”
Kate, February 2017
“You know your website and information on medication is really good.”
Jason, January 2017
“I just used the updated C&M leaflet on antidepressants in pregnancy for the first time and it is tremendously helpful! Here in Ireland we have less access to NHS resources such as UKMi and Bumps so this is a fantastic resource for healthcare professionals and patients. Thank you!”
Ciara, July 2018
“This is a great website!”
Mirjam, February 2014
“Thank you for your very helpful website, especially the fact sheet / decision making guide to coming off medication.”
Sarah, February 2016
“I have found your website very helpful and would like to thank you for it.”
Anne, November 2013
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