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Mental health/illness and prisons as place: Frontline clinicians' perspectives of mental health work in a penal setting
This article takes mental health and prisons as its two foci. It explores the links between social and structural aspects of the penal setting, the provision of mental healthcare in prisons, and mental health work in this ...
Intensive case management for severe mental illness
BACKGROUND: Intensive Case Management (ICM) is a community-based package of care aiming to provide long-term care for severely mentally ill people who do not require immediate admission. Intensive Case Management evolved ...
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 ...