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Young adults suffering from mental illness: Evaluation of the family‐centred support conversation intervention from the perspective of mental healthcare professionals

Aims and objectives: To explore how mental healthcare professionals' experience and evaluate the use of Family‐Centred Support Conversation Intervention. Background: Mental health professionals working in the community mental health service provide treatment, care and support to young adults suffering from mental illness. Young adults suffering from mental illness are dependent on other family members and live close to the family. The Family‐Centred Support Conversation promotes healing and alleviates the suffering of the family.

Mon, 07/18/2022 - 21:08

The Relationships between Health Professionals' Perceived Quality of Care, Family Involvement and Sense of Coherence in Community Mental Health Services

Background: Mental health professionals have a responsibility to ensure the best possible quality of care. Family is strongly involved in the patient's everyday life. Objectives: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between health care professionals' perception of the quality of care, attitudes of family involvement and their own sense of coherence.

Thu, 06/09/2022 - 19:02