BUILDING THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR PREVENTION AND RECOVERY CARE SERVICES
Grant number: 1115907 | Funding period: 2016 - 2021
This project involves seven inter-related studies designed to evaluate the appropriateness, effectiveness and efficiency of Victoria's Prevention and Recovery Care Services (PARCS), which are residential services for people with severe mental disorders. The project represents a partnership between universities, PARCS providers, clinical services and the Victorian Government, and will actively engage service users and their carers and other experts
Related publications (3)
Design features that reduce the use of seclusion and restraint in mental health facilities: a rapid systematic review
Sanne Oostermeijer, Catherine Brasier, Carol Harvey, Bridget Hamilton, Cath Roper, Andrew Martel, Justine Fletcher, Lisa Brophy
UNLABELLED: Increasing efforts are being made to prevent and/or eliminate the use of seclusion and restraint in mental health faci..
Prevention and Recovery Care Services in Australia: Describing the Role and Function of Sub-Acute Recovery-Based Residential Mental Health Services in Victoria
Justine Fletcher, Lisa Brophy, Helen Killaspy, Priscilla Ennals, Bridget Hamilton, Laura Collister, Teresa Hall, Carol Harvey
Background: Prevention and Recovery Care (PARC) services are relatively new sub-acute residential services that have supported peo..
Prevention and Recovery Care Services in Australia: Developing a State-Wide Typology of a Subacute Residential Mental Health Service Model
Carol Harvey, Lisa Brophy, Holly Tibble, Helen Killaspy, Matthew J Spittal, Bridget Hamilton, Priscilla Ennals, Richard Newton, Paul Cruickshank, Teresa Hall, Justine Fletcher
Aims: Community-based residential alternatives to hospitalization are an emerging service model. Evidence for their acceptability ..