Implementation of an employment intervention in mental health teams : a naturalistic 1-year employment outcome study in people with severe mental illness

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Marwaha, Steven; Gilbert, Eleanor; Flanagan, Sarah;

In the UK, the severely mentally ill have high rates of unemployment.\ud To (1) evaluate implementation of an employment intervention and (2) test the effectiveness of training an existing staff member in providing the employment intervention (Model A) against the provi... View more
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