Measuring Recovery Orientation in a Hospital Setting


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Abstract

Measuring the process of delivering recovery oriented services is a necessary complement to measuring recovery outcomes. Programs that are recovery oriented promote partnerships with consumers, emphasize consumer choice, and instill hope. This study examined the psychometric properties of the provider version of the Recovery Self Assessment (RSA) in a sample of hospital workers. The RSA demonstrated good to excellent internal consistency, test-retest reliability, and adequate convergent and discriminant validity. The RSA may be a reliable and valid measure of recovery orientation that can be used to assess a variety of mental health programs.

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