Concepts of recovery: competing or complementary?

  title={Concepts of recovery: competing or complementary?},
  author={L. Davidson and M. Lawless and Fiona Leary},
  journal={Current Opinion in Psychiatry},
Purpose of review Within the last 5 years, concepts of recovery have taken center stage in psychiatry as the overarching goal of mental health services. In the course of this shift towards recovery, clinicians and consumers (and many others) have struggled to make the concept of recovery both measurable and meaningful. The clinical concept of recovery has focused upon the remission of symptoms and restoration of functioning. A rehabilitation model of recovery has been a more subjective and… Expand
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