AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
randomized controlled trials
Cochrane systematic review
severe mental illness
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AbstractA particularly difficult challenge for community treatment of people with serious mental illnesses is the delivery of an acceptable level of care during the acute phases of severe mental illness. Crisis intervention models of care were developed as a possible solution. Care based on crisis intervention principles, with or without an ongoing home care package, appears to be a viable and acceptable way of treating people with serious mental illnesses. If this approach is to be widely implemented it would seem that more evaluative studies are still needed.
CitationMurphy, S., Irving, C., Adams, C. and Driver, R. (2012) 'Crisis intervention for people with severe mental illnesses', Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 5:CD001087.
PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons
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