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Oil and Water or Oil and Vinegar? Evidence-Based Medicine Meets Recovery

With the increasing prominence of the notions of “recovery” and “recovery-oriented practice,” practitioners, program managers, and system leaders are increasingly asking about the relationship between “evidence-based practices” and recovery. After reviewing the concepts of recovery from mental illne... Full description

Journal Title: Community mental health journal 2009-08-02, Vol.45 (5), p.323-332
Main Author: Davidson, Larry
Other Authors: Drake, Robert E , Schmutte, Timothy , Dinzeo, Thomas , Andres-Hyman, Raquel
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title: Oil and Water or Oil and Vinegar? Evidence-Based Medicine Meets Recovery
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  • Davidson, Larry
  • Drake, Robert E
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  • Dinzeo, Thomas
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  • Community and Environmental Psychology
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  • Leaders
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  • Original Paper
  • Petroleum
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology. Psychoanalysis. Psychiatry
  • Psychopathology. Psychiatry
  • Psychosis
  • Recovery
  • Schizophrenia
  • Social psychiatry. Ethnopsychiatry
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Theory
  • Vinegar
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description: With the increasing prominence of the notions of “recovery” and “recovery-oriented practice,” practitioners, program managers, and system leaders are increasingly asking about the relationship between “evidence-based practices” and recovery. After reviewing the concepts of recovery from mental illness, being in recovery with a mental illness, recovery-oriented care, and evidence-based medicine, the authors argue for a complementary relationship between recovery and evidence-based practices. This relationship is neither simple nor straightforward, but results in a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts through which each element benefits from the influence of the other.
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