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Individual placement and support: from research to practice

  • Miles Rinaldi, Rachel Perkins, Edmund Glynn, Tatiana Montibeller, Mark Clenaghan and Joan Rutherford...
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Vocational rehabilitation for people with severe mental health problems is poorly developed in the UK. Although there is a clear evidence base indicating the effectiveness of approaches to helping people with severe mental health problems gain and retain employment there is generally a lack of awareness of this evidence. As a result there has been a lack of implementation within routine clinical practice of the most effective approaches to improving employment outcomes for such individuals.

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