1 edition of In-patient mental health in inner London found in the catalog.
In-patient mental health in inner London
On title page: A collaborative research project undertaken by Mental Health Programme, Royal College of Nursing Institute, Psychiatry Nursing Section, Institute of Psychiatry, PRiSM, Institute of Psychiatry.
|Statement||Martin F. Ward ... [et al.].|
|Series||Report -- .no. 16|
|Contributions||Ward, Martin F., Royal College of Nursing Institute. Mental Health Programme., Institute of Psychiatry. Psychiatry Nursing Section., Institute of Psychiatry. PRiSM.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Acute mental health admissions in inner London: changes in patient characteristics and clinical admission thresholds between and - Volume 27 Issue 1 - N. Editorial Reviews. Case management is a way of increasing the flexibility, continuity and responsiveness of mental-health-service provision by assigning clear responsibilities to individual staff working within teams.
Drawing from the international literature and the experience of managing an inner-London case-management team, Cited by: The independent sector provides a significant and growing proportion of inpatient mental healthcare in England and Wales, and many providers are registered to take only patients liable to be detained.
1 However, information about patients in independent providers is much more limited than that available for inpatients in NHS mental health services. This is because many of the statutory data returns that apply to the NHS, especially in relation to patient level data-sets Cited by: 6.
Acute hospital care in inner London: splitting from mental health services in the community. Acute hospital care in psychiatry has been described as inefficient and disorganised ([Muijen, ]).
Worrying as it may be, this is neither new nor surprising. Acute mental health admissions in inner London: Changes in patient characteristics and clinical admission thresholds between and By NK Fitzpatrick, CJ Thompson, H Hemingway, TRE Barnes, A Higgitt, C Molloy and S Hargreaves.
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Suggestions for reform. Acute mental health admissions in inner London: changes in patient characteristics and clinical admission thresholds between and Author: Fredy J Carranza and Alice M Parshall.
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Inpatient mental health treatment facilities are one of the many forms of mental health help available to people living with mental health difficulties. Inpatient care refers to admission into a facility dedicated solely for mental health care or a hospital (usually with a distinct mental health section) for the treatment of mental illness.
OBJECTIVE--To examine whether there are too many hospital beds in London. DESIGN--Analysis of data from the Hospital In-Patient Enquiry, Mental Health Enquiry, health service indicators, and Emergency Bed Service.
SETTING--England, London, and inner London. RESULTS--Hospital admission rates for acute plus geriatric services for London residents were very similar to the national Cited by: SETTINGS: Acute in-patient wards in an inner London mental health trust.
PARTICIPANTS: All nursing staff from acute in-patient settings are eligible for this study. In total staff (qualified nurses and healthcare assistants) were involved at the various stages of measure development and by: The study was carried out in a City and Hackney Assertive Outreach Service (CHAOS) in the inner-city Borough of Hackney, East London.
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This Review explores how key Freudian psychoanalytic concepts, such as unconscious mental processes, a developmental approach to psychopathology, defence mechanisms, transference and countertransference dynamics, and the elaboration of these concepts by subsequent psycho-analytic theorists, could implicitly inform a clinician's day-to-day work within the mental health field, and offer insights and improvements in patient by: 7.
Views of the Therapeutic Environment (VOTE): Stakeholder involvement in measuring staff perceptions of acute in-patient care. and test a self-report instrument capturing nursing staff perceptions of the daily pressures of working in acute in-patient mental health wards. Acute in-patient wards in an inner London mental health by: Background: This study examines whether the adoption of a more community based model in an inner city psychiatry service is accompanied by increasing “burnout”, deteriorating mental health and decreasing job satisfaction amongst staff.
Method: Questionnaires were sent annually for 3 consecutive years to all mental health staff working in three adult mental health sectors in inner by: North Central London Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee - Tuesday, 19th September, 2 Consideration was given to a presentation by Andrew Wright, the Director of Strategic Development for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust.
Mr Wright explained that the Trust wanted to replace their old in-patient mental.