Development and psychometric properties of the Functioning and Recovery Scale: a new measure to assess psychosocial functioning after a suicide attempt
Objective: Few measures have been developed to assess the efficacy of community‐based suicide prevention and recovery services. The current study aimed to develop a scale to provide accurate assessment and monitoring of functional recovery for people following a recent suicide attempt at The Way Back Support Service in Australia. Method: The study was conducted in multiple iterative stages: (1) literature review to identify existing scales; (2) structured informant interview with people with...[Show more]
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|Source:||Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior|
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