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Quick reference guide
Issue date: January 2009

Borderline personality disorder
Treatment and management
NICE clinical guideline 78 Developed by the National Collaborating Centre for Mental
Health

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National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence MidCity Place 71 High Holborn
London WC1V 6NA
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ISBN 1-84629-875-X
© National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, 2009. All rights reserved. This material
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commercial organisations, or for…

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Contents Borderline personality disorder

Contents
Key priorities for implementation 4
Person-centred care 6
Principles for working with people with borderline 7 personality disorder
Recognising and managing borderline personality 10 disorder in primary care
Assessment and management by community 11 mental health services
Inpatient services 17
Organising and planning services 18…

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Borderline personality disorder Key priorities for implementation

Key priorities for implementation
Access to services
People with borderline personality disorder should not be excluded from any health or social
care service because of their diagnosis or because they have self-harmed.

Autonomy and choice
Work in partnership with people with borderline personality…

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community-based services, and tier 2/3 services in child and adolescent mental health services
­ CAMHS) should be responsible for the routine assessment, treatment and management of
people with borderline personality disorder.
NICE clinical guideline 78 Quick reference guide 4

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Quick reference guide
Issue date: January 2009

Borderline personality disorder
Treatment and management
NICE clinical guideline 78 Developed by the National Collaborating Centre for Mental
Health

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Page 4

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National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence MidCity Place 71 High Holborn
London WC1V 6NA
www.nice.org.uk
ISBN 1-84629-875-X
© National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, 2009. All rights reserved. This material
may be freely reproduced for educational and not-for-profit purposes. No reproduction by or for
commercial organisations, or for…

Page 5

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(see inside back cover for more details).

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Contents Borderline personality disorder

Contents
Key priorities for implementation 4
Person-centred care 6
Principles for working with people with borderline 7 personality disorder
Recognising and managing borderline personality 10 disorder in primary care
Assessment and management by community 11 mental health services
Inpatient services 17
Organising and planning services 18…

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Borderline personality disorder Key priorities for implementation

Key priorities for implementation
Access to services
People with borderline personality disorder should not be excluded from any health or social
care service because of their diagnosis or because they have self-harmed.

Autonomy and choice
Work in partnership with people with borderline personality…

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community-based services, and tier 2/3 services in child and adolescent mental health services
­ CAMHS) should be responsible for the routine assessment, treatment and management of
people with borderline personality disorder.
NICE clinical guideline 78 Quick reference guide 4

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