Publications

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Lako, D., Beijersbergen, M., Jonker, I., de Vet, R., Herman, D., van Hemert, A., and Wolf, J. (2018). The effectiveness of critical time intervention for abused women leaving women’s shelters: a randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Public Health, published online.

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Topics: Critical time intervention, homeless shelters, homelessness, Netherlands, randomized trial, women

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Barrenger, S. L., Draine, J., Angell, B., et al (2017). Reincarceration risk among men with mental illnesses leaving prison: A risk environment analysis. Community Mental Health Journal, published online.

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Topics: criminal justice, mental illness

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Shaw, J., Conover, S., Herman, D., Jarrett, M., Leese, M., McCrone, P., Murphy, C., Senior, J., Susser, E., Thornicroft, G., Wright, N., Edge, D., Emsley, R., Lennox, C., Williams, A., Cust, H., Hopkin, G. & Stevenson, C. (2017). Critical time intervention for severely mentally ill prisoners (CrISP): a randomised controlled trial. Health Services and Delivery Research, 5(8).

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Topics: homelessness, mental illness

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de Vet, R., Beijersbergen, M., Jonker, I., Lako, D., van Hemert, A., Herman, D., and Wolf, J. (2017). Critical Time Intervention for Homeless People Making the Transition to Community Living: A Randomized Controlled Trial. American Journal of Community Psychology, 60(1-2), 175–186.

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Topics: homelessness, housing, intervention, Netherlands, psychological distress, randomized trial

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Angell, B., Barrenger, S.L., Draine, J., Herman, D. (2017). Reincarceration Risk Among Men with Mental Illnesses Leaving Prison: A Risk Environment Analysis., 53(8).

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Topics: Community reentry from prison, Critical time intervention, mental illness, Recidivism, Risk environment

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Stergiopoulos, V., Gozdzik, A., Cohen, A., Guimond, T., Hwang, S.W., Kurdyak, P., Leszcz, M., Wasylenki, D. (2017). The effect of brief case management on emergency department use of frequent users in mental health: Findings of a randomized controlled trial. PLOS One, 12(8), .

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Topics: Canada, Critical time intervention, emergency room, frequent service use, randomized trial

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Stergiopoulos, V., Gozdzik, A., Tan de Bibiana, J., et al (2016). Brief case management versus usual care for frequent users of emergency departments: the Coordinated Access to Care from Hospital Emergency Departments (CATCH-ED) randomized controlled trial. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1), 432.

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Topics: frequent service use, mental illness, substance use

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Clark, C., Guenther, C.C., Mitchell, J.N. (2016). Case management models in permanent supported housing programs for people with complex behavioral issues who are homeless. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 12(2), 185-192.

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Topics: homelessness, mental illness, substance use

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Nossel, I.R., Lee, R.J., Isaacs, A., et al (2016). Use of peer staff in a critical time intervention for frequent users of a psychiatric emergency room. Psychiatric Services, 67(5), 479-481.

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Topics: frequent service use, mental illness, peer support

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Olivet, J., Zerger, S., Greene, R.N., Kenney R.R. & Herman, D.B. (2016). Online versus face-to-face training of critical time intervention: a matching cluster randomized trial. American Journal of Distance Education, 30(4), 237-249.

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