Recovery expectancy was not significantly predicted by any of the clinical, social, or service factors. Although 25% of the variance was explained by the full model, factors associated with expectancy differ from recovery strategies and require further investigation. Except for symptom eradication, recovery expectancy was significantly negatively associated with each recovery strategy.health and social services since many of the jobs for the mentally ill are entry level at best (Boardman, Grove, Perkins, ... of employees for particular settings, adequate support services, and through innovative use of consumer employees.
|Title||:||Associations Between Individual, Social, and Service Factors, Recovery Expectations and Recovery Strategies for Individuals with Mental Illness|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|