Treatment response to the RENEW weight loss intervention in schizophrenia: Impact of intervention setting

@article{Brown2014TreatmentRT,
  title={Treatment response to the RENEW weight loss intervention in schizophrenia: Impact of intervention setting},
  author={Catana E. Brown and Jeannine Goetz and Edna K. Hamera and Byron J Gajewski},
  journal={Schizophrenia Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={421-425}
}
BACKGROUND Individuals with serious mental illness have high rates of obesity and a need for specialized weight loss intervention programs. This study examines the efficacy of the RENEW weight loss intervention and examines the impact of the intervention setting on outcomes. METHOD 136 individuals with serious mental illness from 4 different settings were randomly assigned to receive the RENEW weight loss intervention or a control condition of treatment as usual. The RENEW intervention is a… CONTINUE READING

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