Provider Opinions Regarding the Development of a Stigma-Reduction Intervention Tailored for Providers

@article{Mittal2016ProviderOR,
  title={Provider Opinions Regarding the Development of a Stigma-Reduction Intervention Tailored for Providers},
  author={Dinesh Mittal and Patrick W Corrigan and Karen L. Drummond and Sylvia J. Porchia and Greer Sullivan},
  journal={Health Education & Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={43},
  pages={577 - 583}
}
  • Dinesh Mittal, Patrick W Corrigan, +2 authors Greer Sullivan
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    2016
  • Medicine
  • Health Education & Behavior
  • Interventions involving contact with a person who has recovered from mental illness are most effective at reducing stigma. This study sought input from health care providers to inform the design of a contact intervention intended to reduce provider stigma toward persons with serious mental illness. Using a purposive sampling strategy, data were collected from providers at five Veterans Affairs hospitals in the southeastern United States. Seven focus groups were conducted, and 83 health care… CONTINUE READING

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