Table 18Summary of evidence profile for supported employment

Versus standard community careVersus pre-vocational training
Evidence for psychiatric outcomes (quality)Supported employment, including individual placement and support, is more effective than standard community care (moderate)Supported employment, including individual placement and support, is more effective than pre-vocational training (moderate)
Evidence for other outcomes (quality)No data (very low)No data (very low)

From: 7, THE PROCESS OF CARE AND PROVISION OF SERVICES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BIPOLAR DISORDER – SPECIALIST SERVICES

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