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An Examination of the Mental Health Continuum of Care for a Sample of Federal Offenders with Serious Impairment Related to Mental Disorders / Lynne Stewart, Kaitlyn Wardrop, Jennie Thompson, Geoff Wilton & Kayla Wanamaker.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Examen du continuum de soins de santé mentale pour un échantillon de délinquants sous responsabilité fédérale ayant une déficience grave liée à un trouble mental.

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Bibliography

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Description

1 online resource (v, 36 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Examen du continuum de soins de santé mentale pour un échantillon de délinquants sous responsabilité fédérale ayant une déficience grave liée à un trouble mental.
"June 2018."

Summary

"Federal offenders assessed as having significant impairment related to mental health problems were selected to be included in a file review to determine the extent to which they received the continuum of care to address their mental health needs. All offenders included in the study had been released for at least two months and had a diagnosis of one of the following: major depressive disorder, bi-polar disorders, or any psychotic disorder. A second goal of the study was to assess how well offender mental health care or clinical discharge planning services were recorded in electronic records" -- Executive summary, p. iii.

Subject

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Contents

INTRODUCTION. -- Current Study. -- METHOD. -- Participants. -- Procedure/Analytic Approach. -- Analyses. -- RESULTS. -- Institutional Mental Health Services. -- Pre-Release Mental Health Needs Planning. -- Community Mental Health Services. -- Continuum of Mental Health Care. -- Availability and Accessibility of Mental Health Needs on Electronic Records. -- DISCUSSION. -- Implications. -- Limitations.

Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 2018, No. R-410.

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