Marty, Doug; Rapp, Charles A.; Carlson, Linda
January 2001
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal;Winter2001, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p214
Academic Journal
This study assessed the level of agreement among expert's opinion of the critical ingredients of the strengths model of case management. Twenty-eight experts rated the "significance" to the model of 72 elements/behaviors thought to be important and 8 distracter elements. There were also five open-ended questions asking for opinions on agency structure, service delivery, etc. The results found an extremely high agreement among the experts on virtually all items.


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