Large psychiatric hospitals are notoriously resistant to change. Their size and organisational complexity inevitably hinder their capacity to keep pace with trends. The serious consequences of a system that has ceased to adapt have been documented many times. Stereotyped routines and practices combine with rigid and bureaucratic management structures to produce the phenomenon of staff ‘burn out’, the “I've seen it all before and it doesn't work” syndrome.
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