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Cost-effectiveness of Housing First Intervention With Intensive Case Management Compared With Treatment as Usual for Homeless Adults With Mental Illness: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial.. JAMA Netw Open. 2(8):e199782.. 2019.
Housing Stability and Neurocognitive Functioning in Homeless Adults With Mental Illness: A Subgroup Analysis of the At Home/Chez Soi Study.. Front Psychiatry. 10:865.. 2019.
The Impact of Housing First on Criminal Justice Outcomes among Homeless People with Mental Illness: A Systematic Review.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743718815902.. 2019.
Implementation of supported employment in the context of a national Canadian program: Facilitators, barriers and strategies.. Psychiatr Rehabil J.. 2019.
Pathways to Recovery among Homeless People with Mental Illness: Is Impulsiveness Getting in the Way? Can J Psychiatry. :706743719885477.. 2019.
Does the density of the health workforce predict adolescent health? A cross-sectional, multilevel study of 38 countries. J Public Health (Oxf).. 2018.
The meaning and experience of stress among supported employment clients with mental health problems.. Health Soc Care Community. 26(3):383-392.. 2018.
Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Insuring Psychological Services as Part of Medicare for Depression in Canada.. Psychiatr Serv. :appips201600395.. 2017.
Changes in quality of life from a homelessness intervention: true change, response shift, or random variation.. Qual Life Res. 26(7):1853-1864.. 2017.
Changes in the nature and intensity of stress following employment among people with severe mental illness receiving individual placement and support services: an exploratory qualitative study.. J Ment Health. 26(4):312-317.. 2017.
Comparing three-year extension of early intervention service to regular care following two years of early intervention service in first-episode psychosis: a randomized single blind clinical trial.. World Psychiatry. 16(3):278-286.. 2017.
Costs of services for homeless people with mental illness in 5 Canadian cities: a large prospective follow-up study.. CMAJ Open. 5(3):E576-E585.. 2017.
Does enrollment in multidisciplinary team-based primary care practice improve adherence to guideline-recommended processes of care? Quebec's Family Medicine Groups, 2002-2010. Health Policy. 121(4):378-388.. 2017.
Extending the Quality and Reach of IPS.. Adm Policy Ment Health. 44(3):374-377.. 2017.
Justice involvement among homeless individuals with mental illnesses: Are self-report and administrative measures comparable? Eval Program Plann. 61:86-95.. 2017.
A Randomised Controlled Trial of Evidence Based Supported Employment for People Who have Recently been Homeless and have a Mental Illness.. Adm Policy Ment Health. 44(2):217-224.. 2017.
What Happens After the Demonstration Phase? The Sustainability of Canada's At Home/Chez Soi Housing First Programs for Homeless Persons with Mental Illness. Am J Community Psychol. 59(1-2):144-157.. 2017.
Effects of Housing First on Employment and Income of Homeless Individuals: Results of a Randomized Trial.. Psychiatr Serv. 67(6):603-9.. 2016.
A Multiple-City RCT of Housing First With Assertive Community Treatment for Homeless Canadians With Serious Mental Illness.. Psychiatr Serv. 67(3):275-81.. 2016.
Predictors of criminal justice system trajectories of homeless adults living with mental illness.. Int J Law Psychiatry. 49(Pt A):75-83.. 2016.
Profiles of criminal justice system involvement of mentally ill homeless adults.. Int J Law Psychiatry. 45:75-88.. 2016.
Building Trust With People Receiving Supported Employment and Housing First Services.. Psychiatr Rehabil J.. 2015.
Cost-effectiveness of Enhanced Recovery Versus Conventional Perioperative Management for Colorectal Surgery.. Ann Surg. 262(6):1026-33.. 2015.
Effect of scattered-site housing using rent supplements and intensive case management on housing stability among homeless adults with mental illness: a randomized trial.. JAMA. 313(9):905-15.. 2015.
Employment and Income of People Who Experience Mental Illness and Homelessness in a Large Canadian Sample.. Can J Psychiatry. 60(9):379-85.. 2015.