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Table 3 Means and standard deviations for importance ratings of key CRM practice elements

From: Consumer and staff perspectives of the implementation frequency and value of recovery and wellbeing oriented practices

Key practice elements Importance
Consumer Staff  
M SD M SD n
1. Encouragement to take charge of own wellbeing and recovery 2.35 .70 2.43 .75 109
2. Involvement in considering choices and decisions about my recovery 2.49 .62 2.66 .58 109
3. Respect shown for right not to have to take advice 2.22 .74 2.62* .61 108
4. Help with motivation 2.38 .70 2.26 .85 109
5. Help to reflect/clarify what is important to me 2.24 .79 2.42 .70 109
6. An understanding of my range of needs 2.55 .62 2.49 .69 109
7. Help to identify my strengths 2.18 .85 2.38 .74 109
8. Encouragement to set goals that are personally meaningful to me 2.42 .70 2.45 .73 109
9. Encouragement to set tasks to complete between support visits 1.96 .84 1.91 .89 107
Total 20.80 6.67 21.66 6.58  
  1. Importance scale: 0 = not at all important, 1 = moderately Important, 2 = important, 3 = very Important
  2. n for each item includes the number of paired responses obtained for each item
  3. Total was mean of available items
  4. * Significant difference Bonferroni adjustment p < .003