Adequacy of help received among individuals with severe mental disorders.
|Title||Adequacy of help received among individuals with severe mental disorders.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Authors||MJ Fleury, Grenier G., Bamvita JM, Piat M, Tremblay J|
|Journal||Adm Policy Ment Health|
|Date Published||2014 May|
Using multiple linear regression analyses and a new assessment measure, this exploratory study identifies variables associated with help adequacy of 352 individuals with severe mental disorder. Help adequacy is higher with tobacco use, psychological distress domain, having a caregiver, help form services, being older, and lower with number of needs; accommodation, food, childcare and involvement in treatment decisions domains; number of suicide attempts, legal problems in previous year, and drugs problem. Results confirm the importance of a better collaboration with relatives, healthcare and social service providers to provide more adequate and satisfactory services for severe mental disorders individuals.
|Alternate Journal||Adm Policy Ment Health|
|Grant List||243589 / / Canadian Institutes of Health Research / Canada|