This practical text provides a systematic overview of the process of planning care for specific client groups and interventions. It draws on the experience of good practice, and explores areas such as assessment process, theoretical framework, practice development and the skills necessary to plan care.
|Publisher:||Macmillan Education UK|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
About the Author
ROBERT TUMMEY Senior Lecturer, Department of Social and Community Studies, Coventry University, UK.
Table of ContentsIntroduction; R.Tummey.- PART I: THE STAKEHOLDERS Partnership with the Service User; R.Minett with Members of the North East Warwickshire User Involvement Project.- A Carer's Perspective of Care Planning; B.Jones.- PART II: PRIMARY CARE Primary Mental Health Care; R.Tummey& M.Smajkis.- Mental Health Liaison; D.Roberts& L.Whitehead.- PART III: SEVERE AND ENDURING MENTAL ILLNESS Early Intervention in Psychosis; M.Rayne.- Rehabilitation and Recovery: Evidence-based Care Planning for Enduring Mental Disorder; W.Spence.- Crisis Resolution/Home Treatment; C.Hopkins& S.Niemiec.- Assertive Outreach/Assertive Community Treatment; M.Fleet.- Acute Inpatient Care; T.Lowe& N.Bunch.- PART IV: SPECIALIST SERVICES OUTSIDE OF GENERIC MENTAL HEALTH Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Taking Care of Business on the Unit; D.Holyoake.- Older People with Mental Health Problems; J.Sayers.- PART V: SPECIALIST PRACTICE Eating Disorders; T.Williams.- Co-morbidity; M.Watts.- Forensic Mental Health Nursing; M.Coffey.- Conclusion; R.Tummey.