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Home for Christmas (TV Series 2019

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Continuity of care in mental health; understanding and measuring a complex phenomenon. Freeman G, Weaver T, Low J, Jonge De E, Crawford M. The resulting semi-structured interview guide was then piloted by the help of 12 panel members with experience as service users in mental health care. The participation of service users in the development of research questions, piloting of the semi-structured interview guide, and analysis and interpretation of data assured validity and relevance of research questions asked and conclusions drawn. Several participants experienced multiple discontinuities in their contact with health and welfare services. .

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Miriam Hartveit

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Wij plaatsen zelf ook cookies om onze site te verbeteren. The second element is longitudinality, in which time distinguishes continuity from other attributes such as the quality of interpersonal communication during a single encounter. Further studies should focus on the planning, implementation and evaluation of organisational transformations developed based on evidence generated from the service user perspective. Reconstructing continuity of care in mental health services: a multilevel conceptual framework. Further, we argue that by taking a comprehensive approach that includes a range of first-hand experiences of services relevant to recovery, the study reflects continuity of care as experienced by service users from their situation and context.

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Home for Christmas (TV Series 2019

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For instance, none of participants had experienced being offered an opportunity of contact or systematic follow-up after discharge from the inpatient unit or the outpatient clinic. Background People who struggle with mental health problems can provide valuable insight into understanding and improving the coordination of mental health and welfare services. Most of the researchers had professional backgrounds in mental health care and quality improvement, and although they were aware of how their basic assumptions and values could affect the questions asked and conclusions drawn, intersubjective elements may have influenced data collection and analysis. Some degree of overlap existed between themes Table. International Journal of Care Coordination. In: Mental health recovery: what helps and what hinders? Some participants were satisfied with the care and support they had received, even if they had experienced changes in contact person and had not always been given the necessary information about treatment and future plans.

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Sturkenboom Miriam MCJM

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While using mental health services, participants wished for the opportunity to contact their professional helpers between scheduled appointments in case something came up. Most of the informants found the waiting time frustrating and challenging, experiencing both hardships in their everyday lives and fears about the upcoming treatment. The young woman above had to seek support from the Labour and Welfare Administration because of a distressing financial situation due to her mental health problems. The participants valued ongoing personal relationships with the same carer or contact person. If free to choose, all the participants would have preferred shorter waiting times. Whenever the psychiatrist, with whom he had a longstanding relationship, told him to take it easy with his unhealthy habits, the participant would listen and respond accordingly. We therefore set out to perform the present user-involved collaborative study to explore the experiences and perceptions of continuity of care from the service user perspective.

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Miriam Hartveit

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Continuity of Care in Children's mental health: parent, youth and provider perspectives. Identifying the patient perspective of the quality of mental healthcare for common chronic problems: a qualitative study. The five themes are operationalised as continuums, ranging from experiences of good to poor continuity of care. A young woman who had experienced several psychotic episodes in the past was also happy that she could choose where to be admitted. However, the study suffers from some limitations. They also opted for solutions that were practical within the context of their everyday life, taking family, social and geographical factors into consideration. Participants provided a range of suggestions for improving experiences of continuity of care.

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Continuity of care as experienced by mental health service users

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Patient-rated mental health needs and quality of life improvement. A long follow-up period was chosen as personal recovery is typically understood as a long-lasting process, and a longer period would allow participants to gather more experience with using health and welfare services. Continuity of care is considered by service users as well as professionals as an essential feature of high quality health care. Several participants, but not all, experienced that their voices were heard regarding the question of when and how their psychological treatment by their therapist should end, or whether they should move to another unit. Professionals who did not keep appointments were regarded by participants as unreliable and left them with feelings of disappointment.

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Further, all researchers aimed at being aware of how their basic assumptions and values could affect the questions asked and conclusions drawn. And suddenly my phone rang. Ten participants were recruited, ranging from 18 to 54 years of age the mean age was 33. Both interviews T0, T1 from each participant were included in the analysis. The participants described experiences with mental health and addiction specialist services, primary health care, the Labour and Welfare Administration, the Child Protection Service, somatic institutions, and private therapists or institutions see Table. She feared she would become so mentally broken that she would no longer be able to take care of her own child. Defining and measuring interpersonal continuity of care.

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Therefore, in order to facilitate the exploration of the idiosyncratic experiences and understandings of each participant and his everyday life contexts, the semi-structured interview guide for the in-depth interviews included themes and questions that were open-ended in nature. To ensure the reliability of the findings, i. Some missed information about available services, support options and planned treatments or interventions well ahead in time, and some found the information they received confusing. J Health Serv Res Policy. The first element is care of an individual service user, in which continuity is represented by how the individual service user experiences integration of services and coordination. Results Following the analysis five themes representing experiences of continuity of care were developed.

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The questions included in the semi-structured interview guide for the first T0 and second T1 interview can be found in Additional file. Parker G, Corden A, Heaton J. However, all except one participant described that they had to wait for access to services. When offered a range of possibilities to choose from, service users chose services and staff they were familiar with, and who knew them and their personal history. Illness careers and continuity of care in mental health services: a qualitative study of service users and carers.

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How do service users experience continuity within these dimensions? Other recent studies performed within user-involved frameworks have defined the concept of continuity of care as having the following three dimensions: Preconditions for continuity of care, i. The five themes were Relationship, Timeliness, Mutuality, Choice and Knowledge. Interviews were audiotaped and transcribed verbatim. The other end represented experiences of poor continuity. Slade M, Leese M, Cahill S, Thornicroft G, Kuipers E. Patients' and health professionals' views on primary care for people with serious mental illness: focus group study.

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