Remission and recovery and their predictors in schizophrenia spectrum disorder: results from a 1-year follow-up naturalistic trial.

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2012
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  • Adult
  • Germany
  • Humans
  • Male
  • Aged
  • Female
  • Middle Aged
  • Adolescent
  • Young Adult
  • Severity of Illness Index
  • Socioeconomic Factors
  • Follow-Up Studies
  • Social Support
  • Logistic Models
  • Remission Induction
  • Friends
  • *Schizophrenic Psychology
  • Psychiatric Status Rating Scales/statistics & numerical data
  • Employment/statistics & numerical data
  • Aftercare/statistics & numerical data
  • Independent Living/statistics & numerical data
  • Outcome Assessment (Health Care)/*statistics & numerical data
  • Patient Compliance/statistics & numerical data
  • Patient Discharge/*statistics & numerical data
  • Schizophrenia/*rehabilitation
  • Social Participation
  • Adult
  • Germany
  • Humans
  • Male
  • Aged
  • Female
  • Middle Aged
  • Adolescent
  • Young Adult
  • Severity of Illness Index
  • Socioeconomic Factors
  • Follow-Up Studies
  • Social Support
  • Logistic Models
  • Remission Induction
  • Friends
  • *Schizophrenic Psychology
  • Psychiatric Status Rating Scales/statistics & numerical data
  • Employment/statistics & numerical data
  • Aftercare/statistics & numerical data
  • Independent Living/statistics & numerical data
  • Outcome Assessment (Health Care)/*statistics & numerical data
  • Patient Compliance/statistics & numerical data
  • Patient Discharge/*statistics & numerical data
  • Schizophrenia/*rehabilitation
  • Social Participation
Beschreibung:
  • Remission and recovery are major outcome goals in schizophrenia yet their predictors have not been studied in detail. Therefore, 186 patients were examined regarding remission and recovery including their potential sociodemographic and clinical predictors 1 year after discharge. Remission was defined according to the consensus remission criteria and recovery following the definition by Liberman et al. (2002). Of the 186 patients 54% achieved remission and 26% recovery at the 1-year follow-up. The remission status at discharge was found to significantly influence remission and recovery at follow-up. A higher SOFAS score (P = 0.0002) as well as a positive attitude towards treatment at discharge (P = 0.0038) were identified to be significant predictors of remission at 1-year follow-up. Having a job (P =
  • Remission and recovery are major outcome goals in schizophrenia yet their predictors have not been studied in detail. Therefore, 186 patients were examined regarding remission and recovery including their potential sociodemographic and clinical predictors 1 year after discharge. Remission was defined according to the consensus remission criteria and recovery following the definition by Liberman et al. (2002). Of the 186 patients 54% achieved remission and 26% recovery at the 1-year follow-up. The remission status at discharge was found to significantly influence remission and recovery at follow-up. A higher SOFAS score (P = 0.0002) as well as a positive attitude towards treatment at discharge (P = 0.0038) were identified to be significant predictors of remission at 1-year follow-up. Having a job (P =
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