4 edition of Alternatives to the hospital for acute psychiatric treatment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Richard Warner.|
|Series||Clinical practice ;, no. 32|
|Contributions||Warner, Richard, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||RC439.7 .A46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||95000034|
The following books are diverse representations of institutions (for both mental health and drug and alcohol treatment) as they once existed, . BACKGROUND Acute psychiatric wards have been the focus of widespread dissatisfaction. Residential alternatives have attracted much interest, but little research, over the past 50 years. AIMS Our aims were to identify all in-patient and residential alternatives to standard acute psychiatric wards in England, to develop a typology of such services and to describe their distribution and clinical.
In , only two percent of the million mental health clients served by State Mental Health Agencies (SMHA) were inpatients in a state psychiatric Psychiatric Inpatient Capacity, August 5 hospital and only four percent of the million veterans with a mental illness served by the VA received inpatient mental health services in a VA. residential alternatives to standard acute psychiatric wards. Aims To assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of and satisfaction with residential alternatives to standard acute in-patient mental health services. Method A systematic search identified controlled studies comparing residential alternatives with standard in-patient services.
Acute admission is defined as a level of health care in which the patient's severity of illness and intensity of service can only be performed in an inpatient setting. The term "admit" refers to the decision by the physician to provide inpatient care. Acute inpatient hospital care must be supported by both diagnosis and treatment plan. The purpose of the psychiatric hospital changed dramatically during the twentieth century. Formerly the primary location for psychiatric treatment, the hospital now plays a more circumscribed role within a community-based system of care. Crisis stabilization, safety, and a focus on rapid discharge are the critical components of the acute inpatient stay. Subspecialized units focus on geriatrics.
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Because of the increased focus on managed care there is a growing demand for alternatives to psychiatric hospital treatment. In Alternatives to the Hospital for Acute Psychiatric Care, a range of acute nonhospital treatment programs from the United states and abroad are described, including locked- and open-door, voluntary and involuntary, public and private, and 5/5(1).
Because of the increased focus on managed care there is a growing demand for alternatives to psychiatric hospital treatment.
In Alternatives to the Hospital for Acute Psychiatric Care, a range of acute nonhospital treatment programs from the United states and abroad are described, including locked- and open-door, voluntary and involuntary, public and private, and nontraditional and strictly.
Alternatives to the hospital for acute psychiatric treatment. [Richard Warner;] Seattle: alternative to hospital for involuntarily detained patients. Acute hospital alternatives in the Netherlands: crisis intervention centers by. Innovative and Nontraditional Programs.
this book should be Read more User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add. The decline in the use of psychiatric hospital beds, since the s, has provided the opportunity for the creation of a number of alternatives to the hospital for acute treatment, such as psychiatric residential treatment centers for bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective, and other serious mental illnesses.
In the U.S., when a patient is in need of rigorous psychiatric care, the first step is hospitalization. However, elsewhere in the world, psychiatric home treatment is proposed as an alternative. Model programs in Canada and the United Kingdom are publicly administered by community health agencies or teaching hospitals.
Home Treatment for Acute Mental Disorders provides a. Loren Mosher, who founded the Soteria experience, showed that treating psychosis also in the acute phase is possible without using restraint methods.
 Soteria houses are often seen as gentler alternatives to a psychiatric hospital system perceived as authoritarian, hostile or violent and based on routine use of psychiatric (particularly. Community alternatives may offer either comparable treatment to inpatient wards in an alternative setting, or distinctly different care from psychiatric hospital.
Crisis resolution teams typically emphasize the former, providing clinical treatment from a multi‐disciplinary team to all those for whom hospital admission might be averted. term "frequent flyers" were treated, alternative-treated subjects were found to be as clinically improved as hospital -treated patients, at considerably lower cost.
Taken as a body of scientific evidence, it is clear that alternatives to acute psychiatric hospitalization are as, or more, effective than traditional hospital care in short -term.
Alternatives to traditional psychiatric hospitals have proven to effectively help people with mental health problems without using involuntary admission or any type of involuntary treatment. These examples show that even acute mental health problems such as early psychosis can be addressed without confinement.
Acute day hospitalization as an alternative to inpatient treatment Article (PDF Available) in Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie 41(10) January with Click to view: Soteria and Other Alternatives to Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization – A Personal and Professional Review (PDF, KB, 15 pages) THE JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASEMadness Radio interview with Voyce Hendrix Inside Soteria House.
Finding alternatives to acute admission to mental health wards is crucial, not least because of the high cost of inpatient care. By demonstrating the efficacy of community treatment, UCL research has supported important changes in NHS and international configuration of acute services for severely mentally ill adults.
> What Is an Acute Psychiatric Hospital. Psychiatric hospitals are a place for people in crisis who may need safety monitoring and assessment as well as therapy and medication management. As being in the hospital interrupts daily life and is expensive, it should only be used when you need hour care to.
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The alternative and acute general hospital psychiatric wards were clinically equal in effectiveness, but the alternative cost about 40% less. For a system, this means a savings of roughly $19, per year for each seriously and persistently mentally ill person who uses acute alternative care exclusively (instead of a hospital).
Reductions in acute hospital beds per capita (Department of Health and Ageing, ) and an increasing focus on psychosocial rehabilitation (Council of Australian Governments (COAG), ) and.
Drayton Park, an alternative to hospital admission for women in acute mental health crisis. Psychiatr Bull ; –4. 52 Johnson, S, Bingham, C, Billings, J, Pilling, S, Morant, N, Bebbington, P, et al.
Women's experiences of admission to a crisis house and to acute hospital wards: a. Programs. Although the hospital and alternative programs in our study have been previously described (1), important aspects of the two treatment settings are summarized below.
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6, p. Journal of the Chinese Medical Association, Vol. 78, Issue. 6, p. Adult Unit – This unit is an acute care, secure, crisis stabilization program that serves the adult population, ages 18 years and over with a full range of psychiatric diagnoses such as: bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, major depression, personality disorders, organic disorders, and others.
Psychiatrist’s lead the multi-disciplinary team and work with nursing staff, behavioral technicians.Mechanic D: Alternatives to mental-hospital treatment: A sociological perspective, in Stein LI, Test MA (eds): Alternatives to Mental Hospital Treatment. New York, Plenum Publishing Corp,pp.
Arch Gen Psychiatry. Sep; 36 (10)– Stein LI, Test MA. Alternative to mental hospital treatment. I. Conceptual model, treatment program, and clinical evaluation. Arch Gen Psychiatry. Apr; 37 (4)– Hoult J, Rosen A, Reynolds I. Community orientated treatment compared to psychiatric hospital orientated treatment.