Continuing Day Treatment Programs Promote Recovery in Schizophrenia: A Case-based Study

| April 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

by Kamna Handa, MD; Jeffery Grace, MD; Eileen Trigoboff, RN, DNS; Josie L. Olympia, MD; Diane Annalett, MD; Thomas Watson, RN, MSN; Mon C. Poulose, MD; Tufail Muzaffar, MD; Frank L. Noyes, PhD; Anne Kabatt, LCSW-R; Sharon Cushman, LCSW-R; Maryann Antonelli, LCSW-R; Ginger Baxter-Banks, MSW; and David Newcomer, BA

Drs. Handa, Grace, Trigoboff, Olympia, Annalett, Poulose, Muzaffar, and Mr. Watson are from Buffalo Psychiatric Center in Buffalo, New York; Drs. Grace, Trigoboff, and Olympia are also with the State University of New York at Buffalo; and Dr. Noyes, Ms. Kabatt, Ms. Cushman, Ms. Antonelli, Ms. Banks, and Mr. Newcomer are from Northwest Community Mental Health Center, Buffalo, New York

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