Patient rejection scale: correlations with symptoms, social disability and number of rehospitalizations

@article{Bailer1994PatientRS,
  title={Patient rejection scale: correlations with symptoms, social disability and number of rehospitalizations},
  author={Josef Bailer and Fred Rist and Wolfgang Br{\"a}uer and E. Rey},
  journal={European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={244},
  pages={45-48}
}
The Patient Rejection Scale (RPS), which was developed to assess rejecting attitudes and feelings of relatives toward mental patients, was administered to a German sample of 44 family members or significant others living with first-admitted schizophrenics. Both at admission (t 0) and 6 months later (t 6), the PRS was significantly correlated with the number of rehospitalizations during the first 3 years after admission. In comparison, the association between PRS scores and different measures of… CONTINUE READING

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