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Title: Using the CHIME personal recovery framework to evaluate the validity of the MHRM-10 in individuals with psychosis
Authors: Lim, Madeline
Xie, Huiting
Li, Ziqiang
Tan, Bhing Leet
Lee, Jimmy Chee Keong
Keywords: Science::General
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Lim, M., Xie, H., Li, Z., Tan, B. L. & Lee, J. C. K. (2020). Using the CHIME personal recovery framework to evaluate the validity of the MHRM-10 in individuals with psychosis. Psychiatric Quarterly, 91(3), 793-805.
Project: NMRC/CG/004/2013
Journal: Psychiatric Quarterly
Abstract: The recovery movement has revealed that outcomes which focuses on just symptoms and functioning may not be holistic and that consumer-rated outcomes may contribute to a more holistic and person-centric care model. However, a brief and effective measure is required in clinical settings; hence, the aim of the current study is to evaluate the psychometric properties of the briefest personal recovery measure- Mental Health Recovery Measure-10 items, using the CHIME (Connectedness, Hope and optimism about the future, Identity, Meaning in life, Empowerment) personal recovery framework. 64 outpatients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder were assessed at two time points, 2 weeks apart. Data collected included sociodemographic information, MHRM-10, Psychological factors related to the CHIME framework, in respective order: RYFF subscale positive relations with others; Herth Hope Index (HHI); Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness (ISMI) and RYFF subscale self-acceptance; World Health Organization Quality of Life- BRIEF (WHOQOL-BREF); Empowerment, and Clinical factors- symptoms as measured by Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale, functioning (PSP) and depressive symptoms (CDSS). MHRM-10 demonstrated convergent validity with CHIME personal recovery psychological factors (all ρ > 0.5). MHRM-10 had excellent internal consistency (Cronbach's alpha = 0.904) and adequate test-retest reliability (ρ = 0.742, p < 0.001). Initial factor structure analysis revealed a one factor structure. The MHRM-10 is a valid instrument for use and can serve as a tool to facilitate a more collaborative and person-centric model of care for individuals with psychosis.
ISSN: 0033-2720
DOI: 10.1007/s11126-020-09737-2
Rights: © 2020 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. All rights reserved.
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