In adults of a working age with symptoms of psychosis how effective are family interventions when compared to any other treatment in achieving improved patient outcomes?
The authors of a systematic review (SR) stated that clinicians
may feel that a family intervention is worth the time and effort,
assuming that a high-quality family service is available. The SR
demonstrated a lack of high quality research in this area, and they
emphasized that more, large, well-designed trials are needed to
clarify several of the short-term and long-term outcomes. A
randomised controlled trial (RCT) that met the inclusion criteria
above did not explicitly state any clinical or research
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