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An interprofessional simulation course to address the physical health agenda in mental health.
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Profession-specific working in mental health: impacts for occupational therapists and service users
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European Psychiatric Association (EPA) guidance on quality assurance in mental healthcare.
Purpose To advance the quality of mental healthcare in Europe by developing guidance on implementing quality assurance. Methods We performed a systematic literature search on quality assurance in mental healthcare and ...
The Language of Compassion in Acute Mental Health Care
In this article we examine the language of compassion in acute mental health care in the United Kingdom. Compassion is commonly defined as being sensitive to the suffering of others and showing a commitment to relieve it, ...
Audit of discharges from a regional service in the United Kingdom.
Aim As early intervention in psychosis (EI) continues to develop, clinical governance maintains an important role in the 'real world' analysis of services. This paper details an audit of all discharges from a regional ...
Delayed discharge from mental health inpatient care in the UK
Background Delayed discharge from hospital creates additional pressure on staff and finances. While legal sanctions are in place for acute trusts, the concept of a delayed transfer is generally poorly defined in mental ...
Psychiatrists' access to electronic laboratory results
Aims and method A completed audit cycle, consisting of email surveys of all psychiatrists and a review of acute trust information technology registers was undertaken in Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, to assess ...
EPA guidance on building trust in mental health services.
Purpose: To advance mental health care use by developing recommendations to increase trust from the general public and patients, those who have been in contact with services, those who have never been in contact and those ...
The use of routine outcome measures in two child and adolescent mental health services: A completed audit cycle
Background: Routine outcome measurement (ROM) is important for assessing the clinical effectiveness of health services and for monitoring patient outcomes. Within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in the ...