Results from the sister project of the SEED-trial

Results from the sister-project of the SEED trial “Effect Evaluation of Individual Placement and Support (IPS)” show that the intervention is effective for people with moderate to severe mental illness in Norway. Follow-up with IPS resulted in significantly higher ordinary employment rates (as measured with strict and conservative registry data), as well as being associated with higher quality of life, better self-reported health, lower symptoms of depression, and increased function. Read the report from the project here [Norwegian].

Update: The results are now published in English, and the full paper is available here.


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