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The prevalence of dual diagnosis in mentally disordered offenders is high. This paper outlines the dual diagnosis needs of service users in a north London secure forensic mental health unit and discusses the development and implementation of a group treatment programme. It describes the three...
This paper describes a project developed to help an inpatient mental health team improve their care of service users with comorbid mental health and substance misuse problems. The project aims to enable team members to become active participants in improving their own practice through use of a...
In this paper, we explore the role that psychology can play in enhancing dual diagnosis provision in substance misuse wards. In order to understand what can be achieved, we will review: the nature of the client group presenting to substance misuse wards; the role and function of such wards; the...
Addressing the needs of people with a dual diagnosis is a core component of acute inpatient mental healthcare. In 2006/2007, the Healthcare Commission conducted a national review of NHS acute inpatient wards in England. The review included five indicators of particular relevance to working with...
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