The impact of supported employment and working on clinical and social functioning: results of an international study of individual placement and support.

@article{Burns2009TheIO,
  title={The impact of supported employment and working on clinical and social functioning: results of an international study of individual placement and support.},
  author={Tom Burns and Jocelyn Catty and Sarah White and Thomas Becker and Marsha Koletsi and Angelo Fioritti and Wulf R{\"o}ssler and Toma Tomov and Jooske T. van Busschbach and Durk Wiersma and Christoph Lauber},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2009},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={949-58}
}
BACKGROUND Concerns are frequently expressed that working might worsen the mental health of people with severe mental illness (SMI). Several studies of Individual Placement and Support (IPS), however, have found associations between working and better nonvocational outcomes. IPS has been found to double the return to work of people with SMI in 6 European countries. AIMS To explore separately associations between IPS, returning to work, and clinical and social outcomes. METHODS Patients (n… CONTINUE READING
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