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Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, April 2002, pp.35-40.
Publisher:
Community Care

Explains how recent research is helping to dispel the myth that mental health service users are mostly the perpetrators, not the victims of violence.

Journal article

Labour intensive

Authors:
FORD Richard, RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Health Service Journal, 23.1.97, 1996, pp.26-29.
Publisher:
Emap Healthcare

Reports on a study into the effectiveness of intensive community support for people with long-standing mental illness.

Journal article

Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, 15, April 2003, pp.37-42.
Publisher:
Community Care

Looks at three research studies which highlight the links between empowerment and the effects of stigma on services users and their families.

Journal article

Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, October 2005, pp.27-32.
Publisher:
Community Care

The author discusses research examines how mental health practioners can assess the risks of violence and suicide of mental health service users.

Journal article

Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, 2005, pp.31-36.
Publisher:
Community Care

Assertive outreach has been extended in the US to older people with mental health difficulties and mentally ill people in the criminal justice system. This article resports on research looking at the expansion of assertive outreach to older people with mental illness and people with mental illness in the criminal justice system.

Journal article

Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, 2004, 2004, pp.37-42.
Publisher:
Community Care

Focuses on child and adolescent mental health services (CAHMS), beginning with a Department of Health overall mapping exercise and continuing with an overview of a national survey of the interface between CAHMS and primary care. The efficacy of a Tier 2 early intervention service is reviewed, and an account of an evaluation of the efficacy of 2 Tier 3 specific treatments for children with severely disruptive behaviours is given. Lists the 4-tier system. Part of a special issue focusing on the Children Bill and the green paper, Every Child Matters.

Journal article

The enduring relevance of case management

Authors:
RYAN Peter, et al
Journal article citation:
British Journal of Social Work, 29(1), February 1999, pp.97-125.
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

This article summarises the main results and policy implications of a Department of Health funded mental health case management research and development project. The project implemented case management services in four different sites, and worked with clients who were severely disabled with long-term mental illness. The article concludes that case management continues to be a model of service delivery which can achieve real benefits for clients in terms of preventing them from falling through the net, and in linking them in responsive ways to community services. However, the increased costs can make it an unattractive option for purchasers, and ways need to be found to retain the established benefits, whilst reducing the costs to service purchasers.

Journal article

Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, 1999, pp.6-8.
Publisher:
Community Care

This review summarises recent research in two areas: risk factors associated with violence in clients with long term illness and an overview of some recent studies evaluating the efficacy of psychosocial rehabilitation. This latter study is one of the relatively few that focuses specifically on the needs of black users.

Journal article

Reach out, I'll be there

Authors:
RYAN Peter, GREEN Debbie
Journal article citation:
Community Care, 2.4.98, 1998, pp.20-21.
Publisher:
Reed Business Information

The authors explain the benefits of assertive outreach work with some of the most challenging community care clients.

Journal article

Mental health

Author:
RYAN Peter
Journal article citation:
Research Matters, April 1997, pp.14-16.
Publisher:
Community Care

Cognitive-behavioural therapy is a vital tool for practitioners working with people with long-term mental illness. Looks at how so far the skills to use it have been made available to the medical professions rather than to social workers.

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