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The mental health matrix : a manual to improve services

Author: Graham Thornicroft; Michele Tansella
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A manual to guide evidence-based reform of mental health services.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Thornicroft; Michele Tansella
ISBN: 0521034256 9780521034258 0521621550 9780521621557
OCLC Number: 222170015
Description: xix, 291 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / David Goldberg --
Preface / Leon Eisenberg --
pt. I. The context. 1. Aims, concepts and structure of the book. 2. Community, mental health services and the public health. 3. The historical context --
pt. II. The matrix model: the geographical dimension. 4. The country / regional level. 5. The local level. 6. The patient level --
pt. III. The matrix model: the temporal dimension. 7. The input phase. 8. The process phase. 9. The outcome phase --
pt. IV. Re-forming community-based mental health services. 10. The evidence base for mental health services. 11. The ethical base for mental health services: 'the three ACEs'. 12. Key resources: training and morale of staff. 13. Planning based on evidence and on ethical principles --
pt. V. International perspectives on re-forming mental health services. 14. Australia / Alan Rosen. 15. Canada / Alain D. Lesage. 16. Central and Eastern European countries / Toma Tomov. 17. Nordic European countries / Povl Munk-Jorgensen. 18. United States / Richard Warner --
pt. VI. A working synthesis. 19. The matrix model as a pragmatic guide to improve services.
Responsibility: Graham Thornicroft & Michele Tansella ; foreword by Sir David Goldberg.
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'A watershed in writing about the mental illness services ... nothing will ever be quite the same again; it is a book certain to be widely read and quoted.' Professor Sir David Goldberg 'The Mental Read more...

 
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