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Commentary on: Anttila M, Lantta T, Hipp K, et al. Recovery-oriented mental health principles in psychiatric hospitals: How service users, family members and staff perceive the realisation of practices. J Adv Nurs. 2022 Nov 21. doi: 10.1111/jan.15506. Epub ahead of print.
Implications for practice and research
Systematic efforts are needed for staff to recognise and address the barriers for personal recovery in psychiatric hospitals.
A larger focus on patient-reported and family-reported outcome measures is needed in the evaluation of recovery-oriented practices.
The realisation of recovery-oriented practices is an overarching goal for mental health services worldwide, but is still a challenge in psychiatric hospitals. The aim of the study by Anttila et al1 was to describe and compare how recovery-oriented mental health principles had been realised in psychiatric hospitals from …
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