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Co-ordinating care for people disabled by long-term mental illness living in the community

  • Margaret Rich (a1), Mary Ness (a1) and Tom Smyth (a1)
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The Community Psychiatry Research Unit at Hackney Hospital have established a support team for the care of people disabled by long-term mental illness living in the community. The work of the support team in coordinating and managing the care of their clients in supportive accommodation using a review system and an information package is described.

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Griffiths, Roy Sir (1988). Community Care: Agenda for Action. London: HMSO.
Lovett, A. (1979) GPMH Project Sheet, Community Psychiatry Research Unit, Hackney, London E9.
Turner, T., Martindale, D. N., Ness, M. & Wright, J. (1988) Coordinating care. Homepack: The use of a computer in community care. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 12, 370372.
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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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Co-ordinating care for people disabled by long-term mental illness living in the community

  • Margaret Rich (a1), Mary Ness (a1) and Tom Smyth (a1)
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