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Care programme approach: relapsing or recovering?: Revisiting… Making care programming work

  • David Kingdon and Shabbir Amanullah
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The care programme approach (CPA) has become an accepted part of clinical practice, despite the continuing lack of strong direct evidence of its value. Guidance from the Department of Health has refined the original requirements, which were to ensure health and social care assessment, discharge from hospital to appropriate accommodation with necessary support, appointment of a mental health professional to draw up a care plan, and coordination of its implementation with necessary follow-up. The CPA now specifies that care plans include provision, as necessary, for risk assessment and management, employment, leisure, accommodation and plans to meet carers' needs. Levels of care have been simplified to ‘standard’ and ‘enhanced’. In future it will need to incorporate issues arising from the development of specialist teams as part of the National Health Service Plan, concern about the physical healthcare of those subject to it and the continuing development of psychosocial interventions.

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Care programme approach: relapsing or recovering?: Revisiting… Making care programming work

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