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Security guards in mental health settings: Starting the conversation
(Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation, 2015)
Improving the network management of integrated primary mental healthcare for older people in a rural Australian region: protocol for a mixed methods case study
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2014-09-16)
Introduction: An integrated approach to the mental healthcare of older people is advocated across health, aged care and social care sectors. It is not clear, however, how the management of integrated servicing should occur, ...
People hospitalised on acute psychiatric wards report mixed feelings of safety and vulnerability
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2014-04-08)
Commentary on: Stenhouse RC. ‘Safe enough in here?’: patients’ expectations and experiences of feeling safe in an acute psychiatric inpatient ward. J Clin Nurs 2013;22:3109–18. Implications for practice and research - ...
Care planning for consumers on community treatment orders: an integrative literature review
(BioMed Central, 2016-11-16)
Background: Case management is the established model for care provision in mental health and is delivered within current care philosophies of person-centred and recovery-oriented care. The fact that people with a mental ...
Understanding child mental health consultation from the perspective of primary health care professionals
(Cambridge Publishing, 2012)
im To explore the understanding of mental health consultation and its utilisation from the perspective of primary care workers working with children and young people who experience mental health issues. Background Recognition ...
Seclusion and restraint use in adult inpatient mental health care: An Australian perspective
Background Australia is committed to reduce or eliminate the use of containment measures (seclusion and restraint) in mental health care. International research suggests that number of containment events and hours spent ...
Family carers of older adults (Letter to the editor)
(Australian Psychological Society, 2017-02)
Attitudes of clinical staff toward the causes and management of aggression in acute old age psychiatry inpatient units
(BioMed Central Ltd, 2014)
Background In psychiatry, most of the focus on patient aggression has been in adolescent and adult inpatient settings. This behaviour is also common in elderly people with mental illness, but little research has been ...
Being safe practitioners and safe mothers: a critical ethnography of continuity of care midwifery in Australia
Objective To examine how midwives and women within a continuity of care midwifery program in Australia conceptualised childbirth risk and the influences of these conceptualisations on women’s choices and midwives’ practice. ...