Factors facilitating recovery in first-episode psychosis : A multi-method approach
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Background: Predictors of recovery are crucial to the successful tailoring of treatment in first episode psychosis. There is a lack of service-user investigations with regard to factors driving recovery and experiences regarding antipsychotic treatment. Particularly clinically recovered service users are an under-researched subgroup. There are also few studies distinguishing the predictive effects of different social factors with regard to recovery.
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Paper 2: Bjørnestad, J. et al. (2017) Antipsychotic treatment: experiences of fully recovered service users, Journal of Mental Health, 26(3), 264-270, DOI: 10.1080/09638237.2017.1294735
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