Patient feedback on liaison mental health care in A&E.

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Authors: Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Coats, T., Bowers, L. and Bunker, J.

Journal: Nurs Times

Volume: 98

Issue: 21

Pages: 34-36

ISSN: 0954-7762

Standard 4 of the National Service Framework for Mental Health states that all mental health service users should have access to services at all times. Liaison mental health services in A&E departments across the country are central to the realization of this objective. This article reports on a study carried out in an East London A & E departments to evaluate the effectiveness of liaison mental health nursing. Quantitative data was collected on referrals made to the service and qualitative data was collected through interviews with clients and a postal questionnaire to determine client satisfaction.

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Authors: Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Coats, T., Bowers, L. and Bunker, J.

Journal: Nursing times

Volume: 98

Issue: 21

Pages: 34-36

ISSN: 0954-7762

Standard 4 of the National Service Framework for Mental Health states that all mental health service users should have access to services at all times. Liaison mental health services in A&E departments across the country are central to the realization of this objective. This article reports on a study carried out in an East London A & E departments to evaluate the effectiveness of liaison mental health nursing. Quantitative data was collected on referrals made to the service and qualitative data was collected through interviews with clients and a postal questionnaire to determine client satisfaction.

This data was imported from Europe PubMed Central:

Authors: Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Coats, T., Bowers, L. and Bunker, J.

Journal: Nursing times

Volume: 98

Issue: 21

Pages: 34-36

ISSN: 0954-7762

Standard 4 of the National Service Framework for Mental Health states that all mental health service users should have access to services at all times. Liaison mental health services in A&E departments across the country are central to the realization of this objective. This article reports on a study carried out in an East London A & E departments to evaluate the effectiveness of liaison mental health nursing. Quantitative data was collected on referrals made to the service and qualitative data was collected through interviews with clients and a postal questionnaire to determine client satisfaction.

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