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Telephone-based low intensity therapy after crisis presentations to the emergency department is associated with improved outcomes
(SAGE Publications, 2015-05-10)
Introduction In Australia there is an overwhelming need to provide effective treatment to patients presenting to the Emergency Department (ED) in mental health crisis. We adapted Improving Access to Psychological Therapies ...
Care plans in community mental health: an audit focusing on people with recent hospital admissions
(Springer Verlag, 2016-03-03)
Care planning is a key requirement for recovery-focused mental health care. Audit tools are available so that services can assess their alignment with accepted care planning standards but few benchmarks are available, ...
Divided we fall: clinicians and academic psychiatrists need to stand together
(Sage Journals, 2017-07-12)
Objective: Psychiatry faces urgent problems requiring united action. These problems affect academic psychiatrists in the universities, and clinicians in publicly funded mental health services. Academic units are isolated ...