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The CORE-OM and CORE-OM (SV) in secure settings: A template analysis of the experiences of male patients and their staff
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to establish staff and patient opinions on the acceptability, feasibility, and utility of using the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluations - Outcome Measure (CORE-OM) in secure ...
Relationships among risk, and communication and social skills in a high security forensic setting
The Behavioural Status Index was developed for risk assessment within forensic care. This paper reports data analysis for the Behavioural Status Index and its subscales. Data were collected, using a repeated measures method ...
Promoting work-related activities in a high secure setting: Exploration of staff and patients' views
Introduction: Adults diagnosed with mental disorders, in particular those who have a history of offending, have low employment rates. Here we explore staff and patients' views on the importance of work and vocational ...
What do patients find restrictive about forensic mental health services? A qualitative study
AbstractForensic care settings are often isolated spaces with high levels of security. Where these settings are overly restrictive, this can affect recovery, autonomy and the therapeutic milieu. It is not clear what phenomena ...