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Crisis resolution/home treatment and in-patient care

  • Marcellino G. Smyth (a1)
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With the development of crisis resolution/home treatment (CR/HT) teams according to the National Health Service (NHS) Plan and Policy Implementation Guidance (Department of Health, 2000), it is important to anticipate the issues involved in their collaboration with acute in-patient units. What are the implications for in-patient care (IC) of CR/HT availability? How can we realise the opportunities that full integration can offer towards an improved acute service?

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Crisis resolution/home treatment and in-patient care

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