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Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of online recorded recovery narratives in improving quality of life for people with non-psychotic mental health problems: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial
8 September 2023

Paper from the Recovery Research Team:

Slade M, Rennick-Egglestone S, Elliott RA, Newby C, Robinson C, Gavan SP, Paterson L, Ali Y, Yeo C, Glover T, Pollock K, Callard F, Priebe S, Thornicroft G, Repper J, Keppens J, Smuk M, Franklin D, Walcott R, Harrison J, Smith R, Robotham D, Bradstreet S, Gillard S, Cuijpers P, Farkas M, Ben Zeev D, Davidson L, Kotera Y, Roe J, Ng F, Llewellyn-Beardsley J on behalf of the NEON study group (2024) Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of online recorded recovery narratives in improving quality of life for people with non-psychotic mental health problems: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial, World Psychiatry, 23, 101-112. Available here

Published as part of the NEON Study