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Working with families affected by mental distress: Stakeholders' perceptions of mental health nurses educational needs
Family and informal caregivers provide a substantial amount of care and support to people who experience mental health problems. The aim of this study was to explore mental health nurses', students' and service users' ...
Patient characteristics and outcome measurement in a forensically informed predischarge unit
Purpose: This study sought to describe the demographic and clinical characteristics of patients admitted to forensically informed pre-discharge unit in England. Design: Using a prospective service evaluation framework and ...
Mental illness, medicine and law
Short text messages to encourage adherence to medication and follow-up for people with psychosis (Mobile.Net): Randomized controlled trial in Finland
BACKGROUND: A text messaging service (short message service [SMS]) has the potential to target large groups of people with long-term illnesses such as serious mental disorders, who may have difficulty with treatment ...
My evolving understanding of recovery
Purpose: The purpose of this viewpoint is to discuss a personal account of the author's personal journey of recovery and evolving understanding of recovery. Design/methodology/approach: A personal narrative describing the ...
Perceptions of treatment adherence among people with mental health problems and health care professionals
Aims: To explore patients' and mental healthcare professionals' perceptions of supportive and restrictive indicators of adherence to treatment in patients with mental health problems. Background: People with mental health ...
Can we risk recovery? A grounded theory of clinical psychologists' perceptions of risk and recovery-oriented mental health services
Objectives: This study sought to explore the views of clinical psychologists towards the concepts of 'risk' and 'recovery' and to set those views against the context of mental health services.; Design: An exploratory, ...
Factors associated with dropout during recruitment and follow-up periods of a mhealth-based randomized controlled trial for Mobile.Net to encourage treatment adherence for people with serious mental health problems
BACKGROUND: Clinical trials are the gold standard of evidence-based practice. Still many papers inadequately report methodology in randomized controlled trials (RCTs), particularly for mHealth interventions for people with ...