Recovery, or functional remission represents the ultimate treatment goal in schizophrenia. Despite its importance, a standardized definition of remission is still lacking, thus reported rates significantly vary across studies. Moreover, the effects of rehabilitative interventions on recovery are still poorly investigated. This study aims to evaluate recovery in a sample of patients with chronic schizophrenia engaged in rehabilitation programs and to explore contributing factors, with a focus on of socio-cognitive rehabilitative interventions.

Achieving recovery in patients with schizophrenia through psycho-social interventions: A retrospective study / Buonocore, Mariachiara; Bosia, Marta; Baraldi, Maria Alice; Bechi, Margherita; Spangaro, Marco; Cocchi, Federica; Bianchi, Laura; Guglielmino, Carmelo; Mastromatteo, Antonella Rita; Cavallaro, Roberto. - In: PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES. - ISSN 1323-1316. - 72:1(2018), pp. 28-34. [10.1111/pcn.12605]

Achieving recovery in patients with schizophrenia through psycho-social interventions: A retrospective study

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CAVALLARO, ROBERTO
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2018-01-01

Abstract

Recovery, or functional remission represents the ultimate treatment goal in schizophrenia. Despite its importance, a standardized definition of remission is still lacking, thus reported rates significantly vary across studies. Moreover, the effects of rehabilitative interventions on recovery are still poorly investigated. This study aims to evaluate recovery in a sample of patients with chronic schizophrenia engaged in rehabilitation programs and to explore contributing factors, with a focus on of socio-cognitive rehabilitative interventions.
2018
Functional Remission; Neuropsychology; Psychosis; Quality of life; Theory of Mind
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