Research on Evidence-Based Practices: Future Directions in an Era of Recovery

Abstract

Many mental health systems are trying to promote the adoption of what has come to be known as evidence-based practices while incorporating a recovery vision into the services they provide. Unfortunately, much of the existing, published, research on evidence-based practices was conceived without an understanding of the recovery vision and/or implemented prior to the emergence of the recovery vision. As result, evidence-based practice research that has been published to date is deficient in speaking to a system being built on a recovery philosophy and mission; these deficiencies are detailed, and suggestions are advanced for new directions in evidence-based practice research.

DOI: 10.1023/A:1022601619482
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@article{Anthony2003ResearchOE, title={Research on Evidence-Based Practices: Future Directions in an Era of Recovery}, author={William A. Anthony and Erna Sally Rogers and Marianne D Farkas}, journal={Community Mental Health Journal}, year={2003}, volume={39}, pages={101-114} }