The second edition of this acclaimed book offers a critical analysis of the transition from institutional to community care for people with mental health problems. Despite the almost complete abandonment of the old Victorian asylum system, the powerful cultural legacy of segregation remains potent in modern thought Rogers and Pilgrim analyse the impact of new policies introduced by the Labour government since it came to power in 1997, identifying both the processes and causes of policy change and assessing its value in the context of longer term debates about madness and distress.
The second edition of this acclaimed book offers a critical analysis of the transition from institutional to community care for people with mental health problems.
Author: Anne Rogers
The Nodder Report emphasised also the need for each psychiatric hospital and
unit to have objectives , standards and targets against which to measure its
progress , and recommended that an annual progress report should be produced
Author: Christopher Ham
Category: Medical policy
Part of the authoritative Oxford Textbooks in Psychiatry series, Oxford Textbook of Old Age Psychiatry, Third Edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the developments in old age psychiatry since publication of the Second Edition in 2013, and remains an essential reference for anyone interested in the mental health care of older people.
Policy also lagged behind the developing clinical services, and until the
publication of Services for Mental Illness ... Mental health policy in England is
currently set out in The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health (NHS England,
Author: Tom Dening
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This book explains a major gap between the stated aims of governments and the actual outcomes. Based on systematic theoretical and empirical analysis, the book helps us understand the puzzle enough to warn against repeating many mistakes of the past.
Piachaud, D. and Sutherland, H. (2001) Child poverty in Britain and the New
Labour government', Journal of Social Policy, 30, 1,95–118. Pickett, K. and
Wilkinson, R. (2010) 'Inequality: An underacknowledged source of mental illness
Author: Paul Cairney
Mental health promotion is an emerging field of interest to many health professionals. This book traces its history, defines it and distinguishes it from mental illness prevention. Mental health is viewed as a positive concept and seperate from mental illness and psychopathology. Based on original research, the conceptual analysis developed in the book offers policy makers and practitioners a coherent and comprehensive framework within which to design and implement practice. Mental Health Promotion: * offers a new conceptual paradigm for mental health promotion * applies it to policy, assessment, consultation, education and training * provides a comprehensive, international literature review Suitable for a wide variety of courses at student and professional level in psychiatry, nursing, social work and community work, Mental Health Promotion is a significant addition to the study of health promotion.
Social policy on mental health has been concerned more with mental illness, its
management, amelioration and prevention ... Historically, national health policy
in Britain has been administered through health authorities (HAs) – from
Author: Keith Tudor
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Political Science
This text traces the development of policies for mentally ill people in Northern Ireland. It describes a service based on lunacy law inherited from 19th-century Ireland, which remained virtually unchanged until after World War II. The 1950s and 1960s were revolutionary, heralding the emergence of a modern mental health care system, under the direction of the newly-created Northern Ireland Hospitals Authority.
6 Mental health policy under ' Direct Rule ' The impact of Direct Rule on social
policy in Northern Ireland has been ... is sometimes confused by the fact that
policies are not always introduced at the same time as in other parts of Britain ,
we will ...
Author: Pauline Prior
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing
Category: Mental health
Mental Health and Social Policy in Ireland is a new textbook which draws together developments in mental health policy in recent years and identifies the challenges posed by changes in Irish society. Topics covered include international trends mental health in the community, health promotion, children, adolescence, women, ethnic minorities, suicide, the homeless, crime, the workplace and ageing. Chapters include an historical overview followed by a discussion of international data, current policy and likely developments and future challenges. The book is aimed at a number of different groups who have a shared interest in mental health and social policy. It will be of interest to students of social policy, including comparative social policy, as well as being relevant to a range of professional training courses for social workers, nurses, doctors and psychologists.
Rogers , A . and Pilgrim , D . ( 2001 ) Mental Health Policy in Britain , 2nd edn .
Houndmills : Palgrave . Romito , P and Guerin , D ( 2000 ) ' Asking patients about
violence , a survey of sio women attending social and health services in Trieste ...
Author: Suzanne Quin
Publisher: Univ College Dublin Press
Category: Political Science
Category: American literature
Addressing the dramatic changes in healthcare systems since the early 1990s, this work questions whether these major "reforms" are driven by the health needs of the wider population or, in fact, by non-health considerations such as financial and political concerns of governments and global institutions. This major new study presents the key issues facing health professionals today and is aimed at medics and administrators alike. The book's use of a common analytical framework produces a consistent critical analysis of different situations in various countries, making its approach wholly unlike previous studies of the topic of modern healthcare.
Health Affairs web exclusive February 12 , W3 - 66 - W3 - 81 Hadley TR and
Goldman H ( 1995 ) ' Effect of recent health and social service policy reforms on
Britain ' s mental health system ' , British Medical Journal 311 : 1556 - 1558 ...
Author: John Lister
Publisher: Libri Publishing Limited
This critical interdisciplinary study charts the modern history of mental health services, reflects upon the evolution of care in communities and considers the most effective policies and practices for the future. Starting with the development of community care in the 1960s, Cummins explores the political, economic and bureaucratic factors behind the changes and crises in mental health social care since, returning to those roots to identify progressive principles that can pave a sustainable pathway forward. This is a ground-breaking contribution to debates about the role, values and future of community care and is vital reading for students, teachers and researchers in the field of social work and mental health.
... the discourse of confinement in contemporary mental health policy', Health &
Place, 6(3): 239–50. Morriss, L. (2016a) 'Being seconded to a Mental Health
Trust: the (in)visibility of mental health social work', The British Journal of Social
Author: Cummins, Ian
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Social Science
First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.
( Mental illness and social policy : the American experience ) ISBN British
Broadcasting Corporation . see Heshel , 0-405-05196-4 . Facsimile reprint of the
1840 Thena . edition . Cataloging in publication . British contributions to medical
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
The first major reference book for academics and practitioners that provides a systematic survey and analysis of mental health policies in twenty representative countries.
In countries like the Netherlands , mental health services developed from
individual charity and government aid to the poor ... Social control was often a
major element in mental health policy in industrialized countries like Great Britain
, and the ...
Author: Donna R. Kemp
Category: Political Science
Awarded by Book Authority one of the best Public Health books of all time, Essentials of Health Policy and Law, Fourth Edition explores the essential policy and legal issues impacting and flowing out of the healthcare and public health systems and the way health policies and laws are formulated. Concise and straightforward, this textbook is an introduction to the seminal issues in U.S. health policy and law, with a particular focus on national health reform under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
many healthcare and other social issues, administer their own individual single-
payer systems, reimburse hospitals ... In the prior system, health care was
delivered through a variety of trusts that covered services such as primary care,
mental health care, acute ... The 2012 legislation also created an independent
organization called NHS England to focus on improving health outcomes and
quality of care.
Author: Sara E. Wilensky
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
This text puts service users at the heart of its reforms and actively encourages user involvement and real partnership in care. The essence of the text is a user perspective that shows how the key players, nurses, contribute to meeting their needs and the barriers to effective partnerships and user involvement.
Psychiatric and Mental Nursing 3 ( 4 ) : 245-248 Hopton J 1995 The application
of the idea of Franze Fanon to the practice of mental health ... British Journal of
Nursing 3 ( 1 ) : 16-18 Rogers A , Pilgrim D 2001 Mental health policy in Britain .
Author: Keith Edwards
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
A GOODWIN, Chair, Psychiatric Rehabilitation SIG, PGUINAN, Chair Elect, DCP
The aim of the workshop is to provide a ... critical views on adult mental health
Services and author of a recent book on mental health policy in Britain, will
Author: British Psychological Society
Author: Arthur James Wells
Category: English literature
This book examines clinical and economic studies focusing on the management of this disorder. Useful for decision-makers in the mental health sector.
Author: M. Moscarelli
Publisher: John Wiley & Son Limited
The primary objective of this book is to provide comprehensive descriptions and make comparative evaluations of each of the mental health systems of four Western, industrialized countries. The countries selected illustrate a continuum from a highly centralized and publicly financed, national health service in Great Britain to a predominantly decentralized and more privately financed market of mental health services in the United States. In between these two contrasting types are examples of national health services and insurance programs in Norway and Canada. Contributing experts from each country begin their chapters with an overview of the geographic, demographic, political, economic, and cultural contexts in which their mental health systems are situated. Thereafter, they (a) present national data to estimate the need for mental health services, (b) describe national mental health policies and programs designed to meet their population's need, (c) indicate how mental health services are organized and delivered, and (d) discuss how their system is financed and provided resources. A common chapter outline facilitates comparisons among all four systems on relevant evaluation criteria: (a) access and equity, (b) quality and efficacy, (c) cost and efficiency, (d) financing and fairness, (e) protection and participation, and (f) population relevance. In the final section of each chapter, the authors provide recommendations for improved performance of their mental health system. In the initial chapter, the editor provides an overview, introduces the four countries selected, and defines the evaluation criteria applied by all contributing authors. The final two chapters address convergence and divergence among the four systems and provide recommendations for improvement and for future comparative studies. The intended audience includes mental health policymakers, program administrators and managers; teachers of graduate level courses relat
The primary objective of this book is to provide comprehensive descriptions and make comparative evaluations of each of the mental health systems of four Western, industrialized countries.
Author: R. Paul Olson
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
World Health . 5 . Communicable Disease Control - methods . 6 . Developing
Countries . 7 . Health Policy . 8 . ... 1 ' 0425 ' 0973 readings for mental health
professionals / editors , Nicholas A . Cummings , William T . O ' Donohue ,
Michael A . Cucciare . ... Examines the use of rationing as a means to curb health
care spending , using the experience of Great Britain to highlight the promises
and pitfalls of ...
Category: American literature
Includes selected papers from meetings of the Society and of its sections
If so , it is the first major breakthrough in mental health theory since the days of
the open - door policy , the therapeutic community and community care , which
were all developed in Britain and picked up thankfully enough in the USA .
Author: Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain)