Jean-Francois Pelletier

Department of Psychiatry, University of Montreal, Canada

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  • Original Article   
    Significant differences in the Civic Recovery Composite Index as a Patient-Reported Outcome Measure (PROM): Implications for Research and Primary Care
    Author(s): Jean-Francois Pelletier*

    Background: Recovery is the current leading paradigm in the transformation of mental health systems throughout the world. Recovery principles and values can apply from mental health to physical health for more holistic and personalized care and self-care. A key feature of a recovery-oriented system is to have patients or former patients involved as recovery mentors in the provision of care. We question whether such an approach could be decoupled to meet the specific needs of various categories of patients who are being monitored in primary care settings. Methods: Two-tailed independent samples t-tests were performed to explore differences to two patient-generated and patient-centered outcome measures, namely the Citizenship Measure (CM: 23 items) and the Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS: 24 items). Participants were recruite.. Read More»

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