R A Duckmanton

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OBJECTIVE In the context of the need to develop practical outcome measures, the present study aimed to assess the sensitivity of the Life Skills Profile (LSP) in terms of differences between hospital-based and community-based clients, and to assess the sensitivity of the LSP to changes over time. In this way, criteria could be established whereby the LSP(More)
As part of a larger study, the Lehman Quality of Life Interview (QOLI) was conducted a total of 85 times with 55 clients with serious mental illness. Results revealed widespread adverse objective circumstances (unemployment, poverty and social isolation) despite which most clients rated their satisfaction levels about average (about equally satisfied and(More)
Two hundred patients with severe mental illness of mixed type were assessed by treating mental health professionals a total of 730 times with the Life Skills Profile (LSP). Confirmatory factor analyses broadly confirmed the existence of the Self-care and Non-turbulence subscales. Internal consistencies were generally good but inter-rater reliabilities were(More)
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