Interprofessional Perspectives of Mental Health Crisis: For Nursing, Health, and the Helping Professions

Interprofessional Perspectives of Mental Health Crisis: For Nursing, Health, and the Helping Professions - Kris Deering

Interprofessional Perspectives of Mental Health Crisis: For Nursing, Health, and the Helping Professions


"There is plenty in this book to get your teeth into and help us think about how we work with people in mental health crises and how we might best make a difference."
Alan Simpson, Professor of Mental Health Nursing, Health Service and Population Research, King's College London, UK

"Any one of us could experience a mental health crisis. However, a high-quality interdisciplinary response can be lifesaving and life changing. This book is an important contribution to the literature as it has examples of
good practice for all professionals - both on the frontline and in service development."
Dr Adrian James, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK

"This publication is a valuable and timely resource given the increasing recognition of the impact of mental health needs in a range of different professional settings."
Victoria Sweetmore, Acting Discipline Lead for Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing, University of Derby, UK Interprofessional Perspectives of Mental Health Crisis improves the care of those experiencing a mental health-related crisis by providing insight into the roles different UK statutory services have and the need for collaborative mental health care. For those studying and working in the field of mental health crisis, this vital work will bridge your understanding by offering a cross-discipline perspective of the different services, their role in aiding service users and, the ways we can work more collaboratively together to meet the mental health needs of those requiring care. Throughout, the book:
- Promotes understanding of the various roles each of the key services play within the crucial first 24-hours of a mental health crisis and the challenges they face
- Fosters interprofessional collaboration to create a whole-system approach to crisis care
- Helps professionals to understand good practice and the challenges of other services when aiding a person in crisis
- Critically evaluates service provision and ways to improve crisis care
- Explores recovery and collaboration with service users experiencing a crisis and their significant others The book is timely and essential in its promotion of high-quality interdisciplinary response and emphasis on integration and collaboration between service providers. Kris Deering is Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing and the module lead of Working with a Person Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis at UWE Bristol, UK. Including working as a
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"There is plenty in this book to get your teeth into and help us think about how we work with people in mental health crises and how we might best make a difference."
Alan Simpson, Professor of Mental Health Nursing, Health Service and Population Research, King's College London, UK

"Any one of us could experience a mental health crisis. However, a high-quality interdisciplinary response can be lifesaving and life changing. This book is an important contribution to the literature as it has examples of
good practice for all professionals - both on the frontline and in service development."
Dr Adrian James, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK

"This publication is a valuable and timely resource given the increasing recognition of the impact of mental health needs in a range of different professional settings."
Victoria Sweetmore, Acting Discipline Lead for Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing, University of Derby, UK Interprofessional Perspectives of Mental Health Crisis improves the care of those experiencing a mental health-related crisis by providing insight into the roles different UK statutory services have and the need for collaborative mental health care. For those studying and working in the field of mental health crisis, this vital work will bridge your understanding by offering a cross-discipline perspective of the different services, their role in aiding service users and, the ways we can work more collaboratively together to meet the mental health needs of those requiring care. Throughout, the book:
- Promotes understanding of the various roles each of the key services play within the crucial first 24-hours of a mental health crisis and the challenges they face
- Fosters interprofessional collaboration to create a whole-system approach to crisis care
- Helps professionals to understand good practice and the challenges of other services when aiding a person in crisis
- Critically evaluates service provision and ways to improve crisis care
- Explores recovery and collaboration with service users experiencing a crisis and their significant others The book is timely and essential in its promotion of high-quality interdisciplinary response and emphasis on integration and collaboration between service providers. Kris Deering is Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing and the module lead of Working with a Person Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis at UWE Bristol, UK. Including working as a
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