The Hamburg-Model of Integrated Care for Patients with Psychosis: Part 2

Karow, Anne; Bock, Thomas; Daubmann, Anne; Meigel-Schleiff, Christina; Lange, Benjamin; Lange, Matthias; Ohm, Gunda; Bussopulos, Alexandra; Frieling, Marietta; Golks, Dietmar; Kerstan, Andrea; König, Hans-Helmut; Nika, Lia; Lange, Matthias; Ruppelt, Friederike; Schödlbauer, Michael; Schöttle, Daniel; Sauerbier, Anne-Lena; Rietschel, Liz; Wegscheider, Karl; ... (2014). The Hamburg-Model of Integrated Care for Patients with Psychosis: Part 2. Psychiatrische Praxis, 41(05), pp. 266-273. Thieme 10.1055/s-0033-1349496

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Objective: Since the beginning of the integrated care model for severely ill patients with psychotic disorders ("Hamburg model") in 2007 different clinical parameters have been consecutively assessed within a naturalistic, observational, prospective study.Methods: Clinical outcome of the 2-year and 4-year follow-ups of n = 158 patients.Results: A significant and ongoing improvement of psychopathology, severity of illness, functional outcome, quality of life and satisfaction with care in this sample of severely ill and merely chronic patients with psychosis was shown. Moreover, medication adherence improved and quality and quantity of outpatient treatment increased.Conclusion: The ongoing psychosocial stabilisation of the patients most likely result from a combination of various factors: continuity of care, multimodal and individualized care, therapeutic specialisation and the multidisciplinary ACT team. Results provide clinical and scientific evidence for future implementations of the integrated care model "Hamburg Model" for the treatment of psychosis.

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04 Faculty of Medicine > University Psychiatric Services > University Hospital of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

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Schimmelmann, Benno Karl Edgar


600 Technology > 610 Medicine & health








Nicole Jansen

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18 Jun 2014 10:19

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