Explanatory models of psychosis amongst British South Asians.

  title={Explanatory models of psychosis amongst British South Asians.},
  author={Aqeela G Bhikha and Saeed Farooq and Nasim Chaudhry and Farooq Naeem and Nusrat Husain},
  journal={Asian journal of psychiatry},
PURPOSE A strong interest in the understanding, exploring, and extracting explanatory models of psychosis has recently arisen. Explanatory models (EMs) offer justifications and propose explanations when coping with and treating illnesses. Therefore, they may be important predictors of clinical outcome. Explanatory models of psychosis have been explored in many non-Western countries. However, very little research has examined EMs of psychosis in the UK. We therefore, aimed to elicit and describe… CONTINUE READING
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