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The role of national policies and mental health care systems in the development of community care and community support: An international analysis
BACKGROUND: The development of adequate community support of persons with severe mental health problems is an ongoing effort. National policies and national health and social care systems play an important role in the ...
The origins and essence of US social policy: On taxonomies, time and transfers
Our understanding of US social policy has not been advanced by the classification of welfare states that has dominated social policy analysis in recent years. But in biology and cosmology we can find useful examples of the ...
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, ...
The dichotomy of the application of a systems approach in UK healthcare the challenges and priorities for implementation
There is increasing demand for a systems approach within national healthcare guidelines to provide a systematic and sustainable framework for improvements in patient safety. Supported by this is the growing body of evidence ...