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The SESAMI evaluation of employment support in the UK: Background and baseline data
Aims: This study evaluates real world employment support for people with severe mental health problems in the UK. Given a policy context which promotes social inclusion and welfare to work, we wanted to find out about ...
SESAMI* study of employment support for people with severe mental health problems: 12-month outcomes
In the context of UK policy to promote employment for people with disability as a means to greater social inclusion, this study investigated how people with severe mental health problems fare in existing supported employment ...
Using needs assessments to understand continuing disability in patients with enduring mental illness. Implications for considerations of service development
Particular strengths of the MRC Needs for Care Assessment Schedule have been used to investigate the treatment status of patients with persistent psychiatric disability in ways that other needs assessment tools are unable ...
Dilemmas in providing psychological therapy as an integral component of mental health care
Our notions of what constitutes a good therapeutic relationship come from models developed for people with high levels of personal resources who actively choose therapy in preference to other ways of addressing their ...
Impact of supported employment on service costs and income of people with mental health needs
Background: A 12-month study of UK supported employment providers found that 77 (54.6%) of the participants in the study remained unemployed, 32 (22.7%) got jobs and 32 (22.7%) retained the jobs they held at the outset. ...
Re-locating the sociology of mental health and illness
In the second half of the 20th century, sociological analysis has been particularly influential in promoting awareness in two areas--the social patterning of mental "disorders" and the consequences of institutionalization. ...
Individual social capital and psychosis: secondary analysis of AESOP data for Nottingham
Social capital is a complex and multidimensional construct, which has been used widely in the social sciences, and which focuses attention on non-monetary resources and relationships. The aim of this analysis study was to ...
Perinatal mental illness is a growing cause for concern among carers involved with child-bearing women.
Randomised trials relevant to mental health conducted in low and middle-income countries: A survey
Background: A substantial proportion of the psychiatric burden of disease falls on the world's poorest nations, yet relatively little is known about randomised trials conducted in these countries. Our aim was to identify ...