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Naturalistic studies - Researching the everyday clinical world

Malm, Ulf; Fedovskiy, Kaney and Eberhard, Jonas LU (2009) In Nordic Journal of Psychiatry 63(2). p.100-101
Abstract
During the last decade, a vast amount of research has been produced concerning the efficacy of different pharmacological and psychological treatments in psychiatry for various diagnoses. This movement towards evidence-based practices has aimed at grounding clinical practice in evidence derived from research, to optimize outcomes. Such developments should translate into the successful management of seriously mentally ill persons, allowing them to remain safely and productively in their communities rather than in more restrictive settings. Treatment regimens grounded in evidence are well behind the deinstitutionalization of mentally ill persons, which has sometimes even lead to their reinstitutionalization in unfavorable settings (jails,... (More)
During the last decade, a vast amount of research has been produced concerning the efficacy of different pharmacological and psychological treatments in psychiatry for various diagnoses. This movement towards evidence-based practices has aimed at grounding clinical practice in evidence derived from research, to optimize outcomes. Such developments should translate into the successful management of seriously mentally ill persons, allowing them to remain safely and productively in their communities rather than in more restrictive settings. Treatment regimens grounded in evidence are well behind the deinstitutionalization of mentally ill persons, which has sometimes even lead to their reinstitutionalization in unfavorable settings (jails, nursing homes, etc.) and unsafe living conditions (shelters, streets). (Less)
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article, clinical practice, clinical research, deinstitutionalization, evidence based practice, health care cost, health care policy, health care quality, human, mental health, mental patient, naturalistic inquiry, outpatient care, patient safety, productivity, psychiatry, schizophrenia, treatment outcome
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Nordic Journal of Psychiatry
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63
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100 - 101
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1502-4725
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10.1080/08039480902786542
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  title        = {Naturalistic studies - Researching the everyday clinical world},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08039480902786542},
  volume       = {63},
  year         = {2009},
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