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The Effects and Cost-Effectiveness of Supported Employment for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities

About this project

About this project

Project information

Projekt Status

In progress 2015 - 2017

Contact

Mikael Svensson

Research Subject

Research environments

The aim of this project is to identify the effect of Supported Employment (compared to usual service) on societal costs, self-efficacy, gaining employment, and quality of life for unemployed individuals with a psychiatric disability. The aim also includes evaluating the cost-effectiveness of Supported Employment.

In order to address our research questions we will set up an experimental study in collaboration with the foundation Activa. A pool of unemployed individuals with psychiatric disability in the region of Örebro will be selected into either a treatment group (Supported Employment) or a control group (service as usual provided by the social psychiatry and labor market unit by).

Researchers

Research funding bodies

  • The Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FORTE)

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