"When I'm Thinking Straight, I Can Put Things in Place for When I'm Not." | Exploring the Use of Advance Statements in First-Episode Psychosis Treatment: Young People, Clinician, and Carer Perspectives
Lee Valentine, Dawson Grace, Ingrid Pryor, Kate Buccilli, Marcus Sellars, Shona Francey, Magenta Simmons
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH JOURNAL | SPRINGER | Published : 2020
Advance statements represent a promising but relatively unexplored means to empower young people with first-episode psychosis to actively participate in their own mental health care. This qualitative study explored the use of advance statement's for young people with first-episode psychosis, as well as their carers and clinicians, and provided actionable feedback on how to better meet the needs and preferences of these key stakeholders and more effectively implement advance statements in clinical settings.
Funding was provided by University of Melbourne (Melbourne Research (Career Interruption) Fellowship).