Activating older adults with serious mental illness for collaborative primary care visits.

@article{Bartels2013ActivatingOA,
  title={Activating older adults with serious mental illness for collaborative primary care visits.},
  author={Stephen J. Bartels and Kelly A. Aschbrenner and Stephanie A Rolin and Delia Cimpean Hendrick and John A Naslund and Marjan J. Faber},
  journal={Psychiatric rehabilitation journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={278-88}
}
OBJECTIVE Persons with serious mental illness frequently receive inadequate medical care and are more likely to experience difficulty navigating the health care system compared with the general population. To address this gap in quality, we developed a program of peer co-led collaborative activation training for primary care (CAT-PC) designed to improve "patient activation" and person-centered care in primary care visits for middle-aged and older adults with serious mental illness and… CONTINUE READING

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