Volledige titel onderzoek
Effectiveness of illness management and recovery (IMR) in the Netherlands: a randomised clinical trial.
Bert-Jan Roosenschoon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Parnassia Groep/ Antes /Bavo-Europoort + Yulius Dordrecht
Doelstelling en uitwerking
This randomised multi-centre, single-blinded clinical trial is intended to compare IMR with treatment as usual for outpatient clients with a severe and persistent mental illness (SMI). We investigate whether IMR leads to better illness management, fewer symptoms and fewer relapses, and also to better subjective and objective recovery.
Korte beschrijving methodiek
The experimental Group: IMR + Care as Usual (CAU) is being compared to CAU-only. We have 3 moments of measurement:1. at baseline, 2. after 1 year (post treatment), 3. after 1,5 year (follow-up).
Meetinstrumenten en analyse
The primary outcome measure is the score on the client version of the Illness Management and Recovery Scale. Secondary outcome measures are the clinician version of the Illness Management and Recovery scale, measures of illness management, coping, symptoms, the number of relapses, and measures of recovery.
The analyses is based on the intention-to-treat principle, but also a completer analysis is executed. Generalized linear mixed models is used to investigate group difference between the experimental and control conditions, with times of measurement nested within study participants. As well as the main effects of time and condition, we will investigate whether there is a time x condition interaction effect with respect to illness management components (insight, medication adherence, coping, social support, addiction), clinical, functional and personal recovery.
Status van onderzoek
De dataverzameling (3 metingen met 187 clienten met SMI) is afgerond. Er zijn 3 artikelen verschenen, het resultaatartikel is nu in bewerking, daarna nog 2 artikelen.
- Roosenschoon, B. J., van Weeghel, J., Bogaards, M., Deen, M. L., & Mulder, C. L. (2016). Illness Management & Recovery (IMR) in the Netherlands; a naturalistic pilot study to explore the feasibility of a randomized controlled trial. BMC psychiatry, 16(1), 391. https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2016-54966-001
- Roosenschoon, B. J., Mulder, C. L., Deen, M. L., & van Weeghel, J. (2016). Effectiveness of illness management and recovery (IMR) in the Netherlands: a randomised clinical trial. BMC psychiatry, 16(1), 73.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26995361
Roosenschoon, B. J., Kamperman, A. M., Deen, M. L., van Weeghel, J., & Mulder, C. L. (2019). Determinants of clinical, functional and personal recovery for people with schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses: A cross-sectional analysis. PloS one, 14(9).https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31532805
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