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Performing well? Referrals to Rampton Hospital in 1993
The three Special Hospitals of England and Wales are provided for patients subject to detention on account of their dangerous, violent, or criminal propensities. Each referral to a Special Hospital is assessed by a consultant ...
Developing a behavioral status index to assess patient dangerousness
Risk assessment is fundamental to forensic mental health care and, with the shift to community-focused treatment, to the rehabilitation and maintenance of all vulnerable and high-risk patients. STUART HENDERSON and DAVID ...
Outcome of referrals from rampton hospital to local mental health services, 1988-90
The Special Hospitals need to be able to transfer patients who no longer present a grave and immediate danger to the public and hence no longer require treatment in conditions of maximum security. Delay in progressing these ...
Alcohol and secure hospital patients: I. An examination of the nature and prevalence of alcohol problems in secure hospital patients
The extent and severity of alcohol problems experienced by mentally disordered patients admitted to maximum security hospitals, whilst not included in the criteria for admission, is undoubtedly of relevance and importance ...
Alcohol-related offending in male special hospital patients
In a sample of 61 male Special Hospital patients, 11 (18%) were identified as having alcohol-related problems prior to admission. Ten of these alcohol-abusers were interviewed to gather further information about their ...