Development of the citizens measure into a tool to guide clinical practice and its utility for case managers

Chyrell D. Bellamy, Liat Kriegel, Stacey Barrenger, Michele Klimczak, Jaak Rakfeldt, Victoria Benson, Michaella Baker, Patricia Benedict, Bridgett Williamson, Gillian MacIntyre

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    A measure of citizenship was developed and validated by Rowe and colleagues (O’Connell, Clayton, & Rowe, 2017). The items clustered around the 5 Rs of citizenship as defined by Rowe et al.: relationships, rights, resources, roles, and rights, and a sense of belonging. Although a measure has its utility in clinical settings, to address time constraints and other administrative burdens expressed by providers in their day-to-day practice, a citizens tool was developed as a practical way that providers can enhance dialogue between providers and clients on citizenship for clients served in mental health and criminal justice reentry settings. This article describes the development of the tool, testing of the tool’s utility with case managers, and implications for practice.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)268-281
    Number of pages14
    JournalAmerican Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
    Volume20
    Issue number3
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Jul 3 2017

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    Mental Health
    Case Managers

    Keywords

    • case management
    • citizenship
    • community inclusion
    • community integration
    • marginalized communities
    • practical clinical tools

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Rehabilitation
    • Psychiatry and Mental health

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    Development of the citizens measure into a tool to guide clinical practice and its utility for case managers. / Bellamy, Chyrell D.; Kriegel, Liat; Barrenger, Stacey; Klimczak, Michele; Rakfeldt, Jaak; Benson, Victoria; Baker, Michaella; Benedict, Patricia; Williamson, Bridgett; MacIntyre, Gillian.

    In: American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Vol. 20, No. 3, 03.07.2017, p. 268-281.

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    Bellamy, CD, Kriegel, L, Barrenger, S, Klimczak, M, Rakfeldt, J, Benson, V, Baker, M, Benedict, P, Williamson, B & MacIntyre, G 2017, 'Development of the citizens measure into a tool to guide clinical practice and its utility for case managers', American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 268-281. https://doi.org/10.1080/15487768.2017.1338064
    Bellamy, Chyrell D. ; Kriegel, Liat ; Barrenger, Stacey ; Klimczak, Michele ; Rakfeldt, Jaak ; Benson, Victoria ; Baker, Michaella ; Benedict, Patricia ; Williamson, Bridgett ; MacIntyre, Gillian. / Development of the citizens measure into a tool to guide clinical practice and its utility for case managers. In: American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 2017 ; Vol. 20, No. 3. pp. 268-281.
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