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Table 6 RAS–DS results

From: A mixed methods evaluation of an integrated adult mental health service model

RAS–DS domain Mean score (SD)
Baseline Follow-up Change
All Floresco clients at intake (n = 1129)
 Doing things I value 69.6% (16.2)
 Looking forward 64.2% (16.0)
 Mastering my illness 58.6% (16.7)
 Connecting and belonging 66.4% (17.5)
 Overall 64.7% (14.0)
All Floresco clients who completed the RAS–DS on two (or more) occasions (n = 108)a
 Doing things I value 70.4% (18.3) 72.4% (17.3) +  2.0% (15.3)
 Looking forward 62.9% (16.3) 69.9% (17.9) +  7.0% (16.8)***
 Mastering my illness 56.1% (17.7) 65.6% (18.6) +  9.5% (18.9)***
 Connecting and belonging 63.8% (18.4) 68.8% (18.4) +  5.0% (15.6)**
 Overall 63.3% (15.6) 69.2% (16.1) +  5.9% (14.3)***
Follow-up study participants who completed both baseline and follow-up interviews (n = 37)b
 Doing things I value 72.0% (14.8) 76.6% (14.9) +  4.6% (20.5)
 Looking forward 65.6% (15.0) 73.0% (14.3) +  7.4% (21.6)*
 Mastering my illness 57.9% (17.1) 71.2% (14.4) +  13.3% (25.9)**
 Connecting and belonging 66.2% (17.5) 74.2% (17.3) +  8.0% (25.4)
 Overall 65.4% (13.1) 73.8% (13.4) +  8.3% (20.4)*
  1. Note: higher scores indicate higher levels of recovery
  2. * p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001
  3. a Average period between baseline and follow-up was 5.1 months. Dates when the RAS–DS was completed were available for 78 of the 108 clients (72.2%)
  4. b Average period between baseline and follow-up was 6.3 months