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A Culture of Enquiry : Research Evidence and the Therapeutic Community.

Author: Jan Lees; Nick Manning; Diana Menzies
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2003.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Research is an increasing priority for workers throughout the mental health sector, and therapeutic communities are no exception. Those working in TCs increasingly have to justify the success and efficiency of their methods to outside bodies, and the prime means of doing so is through research. This volume collects a wide range of papers by experienced contributors discussing all aspects of TC research. They  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jan Lees; Nick Manning; Diana Menzies
ISBN: 9781846424243 1846424240
OCLC Number: 437178143
Description: 1 online resource (338 pages)
Contents: A Culture of Enquiry: Research Evidence and the Therapeutic Community; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Section I -Overview; Section II --
Context and Methodologies; Section III --
Research Findings; 11 What Makes a Therapeutic Community? A Comparative Study of Ideal Values; 12 Researching Concept-Based Therapeutic Communities; 13 An Experimental Study of Treatment Outcome: The Cassel-North Devon Personality Disorder Project; 14 Assessing Outcome at Henderson Hospital: Challenges and Achievements; 15 Research on the Norwegian Therapeutic Community Network. 16 Economic Evaluations in Therapeutic Community Research17 Grendon: A Therapeutic Community in Prison; 18 Leaving the Therapeutic Community; Appendix 1: Stages Used in a CRD Systematic Review; Appendix 2: The 29 Studies Included in the Meta-Analysis; Appendix 3: Additional Sources of Information on Research Governance; Notes; Contributors; References; Subject Index; Author Index.

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Research is an increasing priority for workers throughout the mental health sector, and therapeutic communities are no exception. Those working in TCs increasingly have to justify the success and efficiency of their methods to outside bodies, and the prime means of doing so is through research. This volume collects a wide range of papers by experienced contributors discussing all aspects of TC research. They consider questions of which methods are most appropriate in the unique environment of TCs, how research studies affect the TC environment, as well as practical and ethical questions. The b.

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