Articles About Instruments


Conceptualization and Measurement of Mental Health Providers’ Recovery-Promoting Competence: The Recovery Promoting Relationships Scale (RPRS).
Russinova, Z., Rogers, E.S., Cook, K., Ellison, M.L., & Lyass, A. (2013).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 36(1), 7-14.

Validating the Empowerment Scale with a multi-site sample of consumers of mental health services.
Rogers, E. S., Ralph, R., & Salzer, M. (2010).
Psychiatric Services, 61(9), 933-939.

Begging for details.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(1), 8-9.

Making the Grade: Identification of evidence-based communication messages.
Rogers, E.S., & Farkas, M.(2008).  In: J. Parker and E. Thorson (Eds.) Health Communication in the New Media Landscape, Ch. 13. London: Springer.

Our workforce’s biggest secret: Here’s a hint: It affects one in four of your professional staff members.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(10), 10-11.

What My MS Has Taught Me About Severe Mental Illnesses.
Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Psychiatric Services, 57(8), 1080-1082.

Empowering and demedicalized case management practices: Perspectives of mental health consumer leaders and professionals.
Ellison, M. L., & Dunn E. (2006).
Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 5(2), 1-17.

Assessing readiness for change among persons with severe mental illness. 
Rogers, E. S., Martin, R., Anthony, W., Massaro, J., Danley, K., Crean, T., & Penk, W. (2001). 
Community Mental Health Journal
, 37(2), 97-112.

A consumer-constructed scale to measure empowerment among users of mental health services.
Rogers, E. S., Chamberlin, J., et al. (1997).  Psychiatric Services, 48(8), 1042-1047.