Partial hospitalization is a service modality that some have suggested is incompatible with both evidence-based and recovery-oriented treatment. The purpose of this study was to examine the accuracy of this assumption. Toward this end, a specific partial hospitalization program was examined using administrative data, self-reports regarding recovery orientation, and fidelity ratings from independent assessors. Findings support that the partial hospitalization program studied has reasonable lengths of stay, provides recovery-oriented services, and has implemented evidence-based practices. We conclude that partial hospitalization programs have the potential to become part of an evidence-based and recovery-oriented system.
We investigate nuclear light profiles in 135 ATLAS3D
Galaxies for which the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) imaging is available and
Compare them to the large scale kinematics obtained with the SAURON
Integral-field spectrograph. Specific angular momentum, lambda_R, correlates
With the shape of nuclear...
We propose Markov two-components processes (M2CP) as a probabilistic model of
Asynchronous systems based on the trace semantics for concurrency. Considering
An asynchronous system distributed over two sites, we introduce concepts and
Tools to manipulate random trajectories in an asynchronous framewo...
A method is presented to automatically generate context models of data by
calculating the data's autocorrelation function. The largest values of the
autocorrelation function occur at the offsets or lags in the bitstream which
tend to be the most highly correlated to any particular location. These o...
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