Early Psychosis : Treatment Issues and the Role of Occupational Therapy

@inproceedings{Lloyd2011EarlyP,
  title={Early Psychosis : Treatment Issues and the Role of Occupational Therapy},
  author={Chris M. Lloyd and Geoffrey R Waghorn and Philip Lee Williams and Meredith G. Harris and Carina Capra},
  year={2011}
}
The benefits of early intervention for people who experience a first episode of psychosis have been reported in the literature for a number of years (Sanbrook et al 2003). Recent evidence from randomised controlled trials in Denmark and the United Kingdom (UK) has demonstrated more convincingly the superiority of specialised early intervention programmes over standard care, in terms of symptomatic outcomes, social functioning, vocational outcomes, family burden, engagement, and reduced… CONTINUE READING