Modifiable risk factors for hospitalization among people with psychosis: evidence from the National Study of Low Prevalence (Psychotic) Disorders
Objective: Relatively little has been published on dynamic, that is, modifiable, as opposed to static risk factors for hospitalization in the research literature on risk factors for hospitalization in serious mental illness. The aim of this study was to develop a model to determine modifiable predictors of hospitalization using data from the Australian National Study of Low Prevalence (Psychotic) Disorders. Method: The Study of Low Prevalence Disorders used a two-phase design to estimate the...[Show more]
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