Title: Results of a multisite randomized trial of supported employment interventions for individuals with severe mental illness

Authors: Cook, J.A., Leff, H.S., Blyler, C.R., Gold, P.B., Goldberg, R.W., Mueser, K.T., Toprac, M.G., McFarlane, W.R., Shafer, M.S., Blankertz, L.E., Dudek, K., Razzano, L.A., Grey, D.D., & Burke-Miller, J.

Year: 2005

Summary: This study found that a vocational rehabilitation model known as supported employment increased employment outcomes (e.g., competitive employment, ability to work 40 hours per month, higher monthly earnings) among people with severe mental illness, such as schizophrenia. Read more.

Key Note: supported employment, vocational rehabilitation, severe mental illness

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