Improving implementation of evidence-based practice in mental health service delivery: protocol for a cluster randomised quasi-experimental investigation of staff-focused values interventions
Virginia Williams, Lindsay G Oades, Frank P Deane, Trevor P Crowe, Joseph Ciarrochi, Retta Andresen
IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE | BMC | Published : 2013
BACKGROUND: There is growing acceptance that optimal service provision for individuals with severe and recurrent mental illness requires a complementary focus on medical recovery (i.e., symptom management and general functioning) and personal recovery (i.e., having a 'life worth living'). Despite significant research attention and policy-level support, the translation of this vision of healthcare into changed workplace practice continues to elude. Over the past decade, evidence-based training interventions that seek to enhance the knowledge, attitudes, and skills of staff working in the mental health field have been implemented as a primary redress strategy. However, a large body of multi-di..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council
This research has been supported by a Australian Research Council, partnership grant number LP09907808 in addition to cash and in-kind contributions from Industry Partners.