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Review: compulsory community treatment does not improve social functioning or service use in people with severe mental illness QUESTION Question: Is compulsory community treatment for peo-ple with severe mental illness clinically effective and cost-effective? Outcomes: The primary outcomes were health services con-tact and utilisation (admission to hospital and length of stay) and social functioning (imprisonment, police contact and arrests). Secondary outcomes included remaining in contact with psychiatric services, employment, homelessness, men-tal state, quality of life, satisfaction with care and adverse events

Year: 2016
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