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Innovating in Community Mental Health International Perspectives

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ISBN-10: 0275949311

ISBN-13: 9780275949310

Edition: 1995

Authors: Rockwell R. Schulz, James R. Greenley

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Innovating in Community Mental Health presents lively examples of successful attempts to change mental health service systems in innovative ways to achieve the goal of providing care for persons with severe mental illness. These examples are drawn from such diverse national settings as Italy, Russia, Germany, England, China, and the United States, and involve a range of stratgies from treatment teams of professionals, grassroots community organizations, consumer cooperatives, professional-volunteer teamwork, and housing-based alternatives. The stories of these varied innovations are told by established, knowledgeable scholars from each of the featured countries. The editors help us…    
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List price: $84.00
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 11/14/1995
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 216
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

A Framework for Innovation and Change to Improve the Quality of Life of Persons with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
Persistent and Severe Mental Illness: Its Impact, Status, and Future Challenges by Leonard I. Stein
Theory and Framework for Evaluating the Implementation of Change by Rockwell Schulz and Gregory Greenberg
Deteriorating health-care system in the US and the toughchoices that will have to be made in the future before atotal collapse occurs in the not-to o-distant future
Thebook is well written and avoids the pitfalls that couldtrap the author in cliches and hyper-speculation
Thereview of the current system is detailed and takes greatcare to explain to the reader how we got where we are now inhealth-care
In the second section, current needs areexamined with emphas is on long-term care, AIDS, and theright to die
The final section provides a comparison withthe Canadian system and explain s the consequences of notbeginning health-care reform now
Useful in health-caremanagement and administration studies
A System in Need of Direction
Dissatisfaction Widespread--Our Leaders Receive a Wake-Up Call
The Changing Relationship with Your Doctor
The Growth of Managed Care and the Backlash
The Challenge to Providers