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Sustaining community-based living for adult individuals with chronic schizophrenia.

Dr Josephine Pryce

As individuals with mental illness are pressed to live in the community, the role of families and health care professionals has become more critical in ensuring that the best outcomes are achieved for the individual, the family and the community. The aim of this paper is to illustrate how carers and health care professionals can work collaboratively and effectively in sustaining community-based living for adult individuals with chronic schizophrenia.

12th Biennial Australasian Schizophrenia Conference
13-14 May 2013 Melbourne, Australia.
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Dr Josephine Pryce

Dr Josephine Pryce went to James Cook University in 1998 to continue her business studies, progressing to completion of a PhD in Organisational Behaviour in 2004. Her PhD extended understanding of service predispositions and organisational culture to address the construct of occupational culture. This notion has driven her interest in the idea of ‘developing professionals’ and consideration of how to bridge the gap from learner to practitioner. Jo continues to pursue her interest in the working lives of people with the focus now shifting from people working in service industries to the quality of worklife for workers more broadly. https://research.jcu.edu.au/portfolio/josephine.pryce/

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