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Pp. 208; illustrated; £. 0. Gaskell/Royal College of Psychiatrists: London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 July 2009. Export citation Request permission.
In Evaluation of Comprehensive Care of the Mentally Ill: The Transition from Mental Hospital Care to. .The Role of Economic Evaluation in Mental Health Care. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 35, Issue.
In Evaluation of Comprehensive Care of the Mentally Ill: The Transition from Mental Hospital Care to Extramural Care of the Mentally Ill in European Community Countries (eds Freeman, H. & Henderson, ., pp. 174–196. Salokangas, . Palo-oja, . Ojanen, . et al (1991) Need for community care among psychotic outpatients.
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For an evaluation of a mental health care programme to be comprehensive, it should include an economic component. In: Freeman H, Henderson J (eds) Evaluation of comprehensive care of the mentally ill. Gaskell, LondonGoogle Scholar. Knapp M, Beecham J (1990) Costing mental health services.
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He has a seriously mentally ill relative and lives with his wife, Rose . Anyone with a family member who is seriously mentally ill should read this book.
He has a seriously mentally ill relative and lives with his wife, Rose, and dog, Pickles, in Harlem. You might already be familiar with some of it because you live it, but Mr. Jaffe gives a clear and compelling argument for what is wrong with our system of "care" in America for someone with a serious mental illness like schizophrenia. Although I do not agree with all of the book's points, especially about the work for mental illness prevention, Jaffe knows what he is talking about of services. He sees the NAMI focus on stigma as limiting its effectiveness, which I now agree.
Author: Hugh Freeman
Category: Health and Fitness
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Publisher: Amer Psychiatric Pub Inc; 1 edition (September 1, 1991)
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