Enriched intervention

What is enriched intervention?

Enriched interventions are comprehensive treatment paradigms that are specialised for particular illness phases, or extensively tailored to a patient’s individual needs. Such intervention programs for schizophrenia and psychosis are often combined interventions comprising pharmaceutical and psychosocial therapies. Enriched interventions are often applied as early intervention programs in first episode psychosis or schizophrenia.

What is the evidence for enriched intervention?

Moderate to low quality evidence suggests enriched interventions are more effective than standard care for improving symptom severity, but not for improving functioning.

September 2020

Last updated at: 3:22 am, 11th September 2020
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