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Evidence to Improve Care

Schizophrenia

Care in the Community for Adults


A quality standard currently in development



This quality standard focuses on community-based care for people aged 18 years and older with schizophrenia. It addresses care provided in the community, including primary care, hospital outpatient care, rehabilitation, and community supports and services.

The work on this quality standard started in July 2016.

Public feedback phase: October 2017

For more information, contact QualityStandards@HQOntario.ca.


Thank you for your comments and feedback. The consultation period has now ended.

The two guides below are in draft form. Please check back here in a few months for the finalized guides and for a variety of other resources related to this standard.

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Patient Reference Guide

If you have schizophrenia: Know what to ask for in your care

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Clinical Guide

Health care professionals: know and offer the highest quality care based on the best available evidence

Learn more

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