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Q Does a supported employment intervention improve outcomes for people with severe mental illness?
Randomised controlled trial.
Follow up period:
Twenty four months.
Six urban sites and one rural site in seven US states between February 1996 and May 2000.
1273 unemployed psychiatric outpatients, aged 18 years or older, with severe and persistent mental illness (Center for Mental Health Services criteria).
Supported employment intervention: integrated vocational services (including individual tailored job search, competitive job placement, and vocational support), psychiatric and case management provided by a multidisciplinary team. Each site organised its own intervention based on the supported employment model. Comparator: chosen independently by each site, and included services as usual, pared down versions of the supported employment intervention, or an alternative vocational intervention. …
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