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La réhabilitation psychosociale a l'aube du XXIème siècle. I: Principes, population cible et pathologie en cause
Revue médicale de la Suisse romande
DA - 20040622 IS - 0035-3655 LA - fre PT - Journal Article PT - Review PT - Review, Tutorial SB - IM Institution : Unite de rehabilitation, Departement Universitaire, de Psychiatrie Adulte, Site de Cery, 1008 Prilly Notes sur le titre : Titre traduit: Psychosocial rehabilitation at the dawn of the 21st century. I: Principles, population targets, and pathologic causes Mention de responsabiblité : Grasset,Francois;Spagnoli,Dany;Orita,Alina;Veillon,Henri;Cucchia,Anne Therese SAPHIRID:48139
The relatively recent development of the psychosocial rehabilitation has its origins mainly in the progress of modern psychopharmacology, the assertion of the rights of the patients and the result of the studies showing that the evolution of persons suffering from severe and persistent mental illnesses can prove to be positive in many cases. In spite of the heterogeneity of the experiences and of the theoretical references, the core principles of the psychosocial rehabilitation imposed themselves. These principles can be classified according to three levels, that of relational ethics, that of the method of intervention and that of the institutional device. A recent study showed that 2.4@1000 of the general adult population of the Canton of Vaud live in sociotherapeutic and rehabilitation accommodations. In this sample, there is a important percentage of relatively young persons (55.3% are under 40). In institutional accommodation there is a majority of patients suffering from major personality disorders and addiction (40.6%), followed by psychotic disorders (37.2%), persistent mood disorders (12.3%), neurotic disorders (6.6%) and psycho-organic disorders (3.3%). In home based rehabilitation, the ratio of patients with psychotic disorders is more important (53.1%). This difference would indicate that people with schizophrenia would have a better social outcome than personality disorders with addiction
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