Utilizing data from the Chicago Follow-up Study, researchers followed 139 initially psychotic patients over 20 years. Published in Psychiatry Research, the study reports that while antipsychotics were beneficial during acute hospitalizations, patients not prescribed antipsychotics had significantly better work functioning than those who were prescribed antipsychotics.Read More
December 23, 2016 – The Hearing Voices Research and Development Fund is delighted to announce the launch of www.OurVoicesRaised.org.
This innovative site is a dedicated space for people who hear voices to share their experiences and a place where Hearing Voices peer-support groups across the United States can connect with one another to create ongoing networks. It is also the home for a first-of-its-kind research study, featuring a detailed questionnaire based on the Fund’s narrative and participatory approach to understanding voice hearing.Read More