Mental health system funding of cognitive enhancement interventions for schizophrenia: summary and update of the New York Office of Mental Health expert panel and stakeholder meeting.

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TOPIC A growing research literature indicates that cognitive enhancement (CE) interventions for people with schizophrenia can improve cognitive functioning and may benefit psychosocial functioning (e.g., competitive employment, quality of social relationships). Debate continues regarding the strength of evidence for CE and related policy implications, such… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/prj0000020

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@article{McGurk2013MentalHS, title={Mental health system funding of cognitive enhancement interventions for schizophrenia: summary and update of the New York Office of Mental Health expert panel and stakeholder meeting.}, author={Susan Regina McGurk and Kim T Mueser and Nancy H. Covell and Keith Cicerone and Robert E. Drake and Steven M. Silverstein and Alice Medialia and Robert Myers and Alan S. Bellack and M. D. Dominic Bell and Susan M. Essock}, journal={Psychiatric rehabilitation journal}, year={2013}, volume={36 3}, pages={133-45} }