Hospitalized African American mental health consumers: some antecedents to service satisfaction and intent to comply with aftercare.

@article{Gillispie2005HospitalizedAA,
  title={Hospitalized African American mental health consumers: some antecedents to service satisfaction and intent to comply with aftercare.},
  author={Ricardo Gillispie and Edith Williams and Catherine Gillispie},
  journal={The American journal of orthopsychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={254-61}
}
This study evaluated antecedents to (a) African Americans' satisfaction with inpatient mental health service provision, (b) their willingness to attend aftercare appointments on discharge from the hospital, and (c) their primary therapists' satisfaction with the services they provided. Subjects were 121 African Americans recruited from the admissions unit of a psychiatric hospital serving a rural southern population. Results indicated that determinants of satisfaction with service provision… CONTINUE READING

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