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Supported employment: evidence for an evidence-based practice.
- G. Bond
- PsychologyPsychiatric rehabilitation journal
A review of the evidence suggests strong support for 4 of 7 principles of supported employment, while the evidence for the remaining 3 is relatively weak, and continued innovation and research on principles is recommended.
Program fidelity in assertive community treatment: development and use of a measure.
A measure of program fidelity to ACT and the results of its application to fifty diverse programs are presented.
An update on randomized controlled trials of evidence-based supported employment.
The number, consistency, and effect sizes of studies of evidence-based supported employment establish it as one of the most robust interventions available for persons with severe mental illness.
Implementing supported employment as an evidence-based practice.
The authors discuss barriers to implementation and strategies for overcoming them based on successful experiences in several states, and the effectiveness of supported employment appears to be generalizable across a broad range of client characteristics and community settings.
Models of community care for severe mental illness: a review of research on case management.
The findings in terms of the need for specialization of ACT or ICM teams to address social and vocational functioning and substance abuse are discussed, including evaluating implementation fidelity, exploring patient predictors of improvement, and evaluating the role of the helping alliance in mediating outcome.
Generalizability of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment outside the US
A randomized clinical trial of supported employment for inner-city patients with severe mental disorders.
The IPS model of supported employment is more effective than standard, stepwise EVR approaches for achieving competitive employment, even for inner-city patients with poor work histories and multiple problems.
Individual Placement and Support: An Evidence-Based Approach to Supported Employment
Employment is the highest priority for many people with severe mental illness and it is a central aspect of recovery. Over the past two decades, the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of…
Review of integrated mental health and substance abuse treatment for patients with dual disorders.
- R. Drake, C. Mercer-McFadden, K. Mueser, G. McHugo, G. Bond
- Psychology, MedicineSchizophrenia bulletin
Ten recent studies of comprehensive, integrated outpatient treatment programs provide encouraging evidence of the programs' potential to engage dually diagnosed patients in services and to help them reduce substance abuse and attain remission.
Does competitive employment improve nonvocational outcomes for people with severe mental illness?
- G. Bond, S. Resnick, R. Drake, H. Xie, G. McHugo, R. Bebout
- PsychologyJournal of consulting and clinical psychology
- 1 June 2001
The authors found that the competitive work group showed higher rates of improvement in symptoms; in satisfaction with vocational services, leisure, and finances; and in self-esteem than did participants in a combined minimal work-no work group.