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- Tags: Mental Disorders – Therapy
Interventions That Target Criminogenic Needs for Justice-Involved Persons With Serious Mental Illnesses: A Targeted Service Delivery Approach.
Tags: *Criminals, *Health Services Needs and Demand, 2018, Adult, Bonfine Natalie, criminogenic needs, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Duda-Banwar Janelle, Farkas Kathleen, Health Services Needs and Demand, Humans, International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, Mental Disorders – Therapy, Mental Disorders/*therapy, Mental Health Services – Administration, Mental Health Services/*organization & administration, mental illness, Middle Age, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Medicine, Public Offenders, recidivism, Wilson Amy Blank, Young Adult
Exploring the relationship between criminogenic risk assessment and mental health court program completion.
Tags: *Needs Assessment, *Risk Assessment, 2016, Bonfine Natalie, Clinical services, College of Graduate Studies, Comparative Studies, Criminal Law/*legislation & jurisprudence, Criminals/*legislation & jurisprudence/*psychology, Criminogenic risk assessment, Criminology – Legislation and Jurisprudence, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Evaluation Research, Goals, Goals and Objectives, Human, Humans, International journal of law and psychiatry, Judicial Role, Jurisprudence, Mental Disorders – Therapy, Mental Disorders/*therapy, Mental health court, Mental Health Services, Mentally Ill Persons/*legislation & jurisprudence/*psychology, Multicenter Studies, Munetz Mark R, Needs Assessment, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Psychiatric Patients – Legislation and Jurisprudence, Psychiatric Patients – Psychosocial Factors, Public Offenders – Legislation and Jurisprudence, Public Offenders – Psychosocial Factors, Risk Assessment, Ritter Christian, Scales, Validation Studies
Tags: *Decision Making, *Mental Health Services, *Models, 2016, ADULTS – Mental health, Cole Andrea, Decision Making, Farkas Kathleen, Feasibility Studies, Frese Fred J 3rd, HEALTH services administration, Human, Humans, INFORMATION processing, Jaccard James, Kranke Derrick, MATHEMATICAL models, Mental Disorders – Therapy, Mental Disorders/*therapy, Mental Health, Mental Health Services, MENTAL illness treatment, Models, Munson Michelle R, Qualitative Research, Qualitative Studies, The journal of behavioral health services & research, Theoretical, THEORY, Young Adult
Lacking a Primary Care Physician Is Associated With Increased Suffering in Patients With Severe Mental Illness.
Tags: *Health Services Accessibility, *Primary Health Care, 2017, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Amerine Jenna, Boltri John M, Clasen Mark E, Community, Comorbid conditions, Cost of Illness, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Economic Aspects of Illness, Female, Health outcomes, Health Services Accessibility, Hospitalization, Hospitals, Humans, Life Style, Lifestyle problems, Male, Mental Disorders – Complications, Mental Disorders – Psychosocial Factors, Mental Disorders – Therapy, Mental Disorders/complications/*psychology/*therapy, Middle Age, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Medicine, Olsen Cynthia G, Preventative services, Primary Health Care, Psychological – Etiology, Psychological – Psychosocial Factors, Psychological/etiology/*psychology, Retrospective Design, Retrospective Studies, Stress, The journal of primary prevention, Young Adult