The Relationship Between Race, Patient Activation, and Working Alliance: Implications for Patient Engagement in Mental Health Care

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This study explored the relationship between race and two key aspects of patient engagement—patient activation and working alliance—among a sample of African-American and White veterans (N = 152) seeking medication management for mental health conditions. After adjusting for demographics, race was significantly associated with patient activation, working… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10488-016-0779-5

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@article{Eliacin2016TheRB, title={The Relationship Between Race, Patient Activation, and Working Alliance: Implications for Patient Engagement in Mental Health Care}, author={Johanne Eliacin and Jessica M. Coffing and Marianne Sassi Matthias and Diana Jill Burgess and Matthew J. Bair and Angela L Rollins}, journal={Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research}, year={2016}, volume={45}, pages={186-192} }