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Characteristics and needs of long-stay patients in high and medium secure forensic-psychiatric care: Implications for service organisation
Project title: Characteristics and needs of long-stay patients in high and medium secure forensic-psychiatric care: Implications for service organisation
Call to action: 11/1024 11/1024 Innovations in secondary mental health services
Research type: Primary Research
Contractor: Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Co-investigators: Dr Julie Repper, Dr Mike Harris, Dr Tim Weaver, Dr Vivek Furtado, Emeritus Professor Conor Duggan, Professor Eddie Kane, Professor Jeremy Coid, Professor Peter Bartlett, Professor Ruth McDonald.
Started: March 2013 | Status: Published March 2017
There are about 730 forensic long-stay patients in England, with complex needs that are often not met, but there are significant barriers to improving services for long-stay patients
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