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This paper outlines the importance of person-centred approaches to the practice of contemporary medicine and psychiatry. In considering the many aspects of person-centred approaches it outlines some key perspectives, including freedom and human rights; improving individual practice and the quality of services; increasing clinicians' work satisfaction; combining value-based and evidence-based practice; and the training of future generations of psychiatrists.doi:10.1192/bji.2020.21 fatcat:lnexqchpezfrtfueuzfd2bear4