Perceived Support for Recovery and Level of Functioning Among People With Severe Mental Illness in Central and Eastern Europe: An Observational Study.

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Publisher: Frontiers Research Foundation
Document Type: Article
Length: 431 words
Lexile Measure: 1780L

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Author(s): Catharina Roth, Michel Wensing, Jan Koetsenruijter, Ana Istvanovic, Antoni Novotni, Aleksandr Tomcuk, Jovo Dedovic, Tatijana Djurisic, Milos Milutinovic, Martina Rojnic Kuzman, Raluca Nica, Sarah Bjedov, Sara Medved, Tiberiu Rotaru, Bethany Hipple Walters, Ionela Petrea, Laura Shields-Zeeman

<bold>Background:</bold> Many people with severe mental illness experience limitations in personal and social functioning. Care delivered in a person's community that addresses needs and preferences and focuses on clinical and personal recovery can contribute to addressing the adverse impacts of severe mental illness. In Central and Eastern Europe, mental health care systems are transitioning from institutional-based care toward community-based care. The aim of this study is to document the level...

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