Serious Mental Health Problems in the Community: Policy, Practice, and Research

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Index
Abnormal Involuntary Movements Scale 255
Access
and social disability 21-24
to community 23-24
to funding 74-75
to services 66, 111-113, 116-118, 121-122
Acetylcholine 253
Adaptations, by community 18, 23, 24
Admiral Nurse programme 295
Advocacy 78, 161
Affective disorders 176
and cognitive behaviour therapy 190-192
and social factors 190-191
Age
and professional relationships 25
and tardive dyskinesia 250-251
Aggression, assessment 271-272
Agranulocytosis, and neuroleptics 252
Aims
of care 16
users' 24
Akathisia 249
Anticholinergics 247-248, 249, 253
Antimuscarinic effects, neuroleptics 253
Antipsychotics see neuroleptics
Anxiety
and cognitive behaviour therapy 190
as prodrome 215
Aplastic anaemia, and neuroleptics 252
Assertive community treatment 69-71, 75, 294
evaluation 142
Assessment
see also evaluation accessibility to services 116-118, 121-122 aggression 271-272 Care Programme Approach 321 in cognitive behaviour therapy 193-195 and communication 194 continuity 119 coordination 119, 120-121 effectiveness 118, 119-120, 121, 122 efficiency 119-120, 121, 122 and internal markets 3 needs 46-47, 48 outcomes 116, 117 personality 188 qualitative 49-50 quantitative 50-51 responsiveness 121-122 risk 271-272, 275-278, 294
self-harm 272-278
self-neglect 278-283
satisfaction 116, 117, 119, 122
social disability 117
Attitudes
staff 165
to medication 231
to mental illness 4, 15, 45, 312-313
Availability, assessment 116-118
Beds, occupancy levels 292
Behaviour, and neuroleptics 242
Behavioural Family Therapy 176
Beliefs, testing 198, 199-200
Benefits, social security, and care costs 38
Bi-polar disorder 176
Bottomley, Virginia 4
Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale 208-210, 255
Brokerage schemes 79
Building Bridges8, 9, 312
Burnout 67, 118
Butler Report 1975, 271
Capital, costs 144
Cardiovascular system, and neuroleptics 252
Care
aims 16
collaboration 43, 78, 313-314
and communication 293-294
community care 4, 38-39, 89
continuity of care 119, 170-171
and control 69
coordination 75-76, 77, 78, 119, 120-121, 293-294
assessment 119, 120-121
costs 130-131, 168
and Social Security benefits 38
duration 9
evaluations 185, 305-306
see also assessment
formal, criterion 8
informal, criterion 8
inpatient 66, 166, 171-172
integrated care 103
planning, responsibility for 66
shared care 102-103

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