Terry Landry's research while affiliated with Providence Hospital and other places

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Several systematic reviews have synthesized studies exploring the experience of homelessness. No known reviews have synthesized findings of studies exploring experiences of transitioning to housing following homelessness. To address this gap, we conducted a systematic review and meta-aggregation of qualitative evidence using the methodology develop...
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Research aimed at identifying and evaluating approaches to homelessness has predominately focused on strategies for supporting tenancy sustainment. Fewer studies focus on strategies for enabling thriving following homelessness, and the perspectives of service providers and organisational leaders (SPOL) on this topic are rare. We conducted this stud...
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While unhoused, persons who have experienced homelessness are frequently consumed with securing the necessary conditions to meet their basic needs including finding a place to stay for the night, finding food, and keeping safe. In other words, they are simply trying to survive. It is frequently assumed that when individuals secure a tenancy followi...
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Introduction: There is an increasing emphasis on recovery-oriented care in the design and delivery of mental health services. Research has demonstrated that recovery-oriented services are understood differently depending on the stakeholders involved. Variations in interpretations of recovery lead to challenges in creating systematically organized e...

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... Contrary to the common notion that a tenancy alone results in guaranteed improvements in well-being, the findings of this review suggest that transitioning to housing marks the beginning of a new journey of rediscovering self and integrating in one's community, often in the context of limited resources. Consistent with calls made by scholars in recent academic literature, the challenges described by participants underscore the critical importance of providing the necessary conditions that enable individuals to thrive rather than simply sustain their tenancies (Gabrielian et al., 2017;Marshall et al., 2022c;Marshall et al., 2022d). ...
... The peer support approach on which the BIM has been developed offers a unique contribution that is absent in most other approaches yet offers some promise in supporting individuals following homelessness (Miler et al., 2020). The lack of available and timely support in rural communities may make peer support a critical strategy for a rural context and may fill an important gap that can promote interdependence over independence, the latter of which has been identified as a barrier to belonging following homelessness (Marshall, Davidson, et al., 2019;Marshall et al., 2018Marshall et al., , 2021. Once persons experiencing homelessness are housed, they are frequently encouraged to interact with service providers and discouraged from interacting with others with whom they were unhoused, often leaving them experiencing loneliness and isolation (Marshall, Davidson, et al., 2019;Marshall et al., 2018Marshall et al., , 2021. ...
... According to Jaiswal et al. (2020), knowledge from the perspective of family members and staff is still needed. A call for further research has also been raised to understand environmental and social factors associated with the implementation of recovery-oriented interventions. ...