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Zuweisungsstrategien der Ärzte/innen, Psychologen-/innen und Sozialarbeiter/innen für die Weiterbehandlung von Patienten nach Entlassung aus vollstationärem Aufenthalt eines psychiatrischen Krankenhauses

Zuweisungsstrategien der Ärzte/innen, Psychologen-/innen und Sozialarbeiter/innen für die Weiterbehandlung von Patienten nach Entlassung aus vollstationärem Aufenthalt eines psychiatrischen Krankenhauses

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ANTELMANN, Gudrun, 1998. Zuweisungsstrategien der Ärzte/innen, Psychologen-/innen und Sozialarbeiter/innen für die Weiterbehandlung von Patienten nach Entlassung aus vollstationärem Aufenthalt eines psychiatrischen Krankenhauses [Master thesis]

@mastersthesis{Antelmann1998Zuwei-10613, title={Zuweisungsstrategien der Ärzte/innen, Psychologen-/innen und Sozialarbeiter/innen für die Weiterbehandlung von Patienten nach Entlassung aus vollstationärem Aufenthalt eines psychiatrischen Krankenhauses}, year={1998}, author={Antelmann, Gudrun} }

deu 1998 2011-03-25T09:20:03Z Antelmann, Gudrun application/pdf 2011-03-25T09:20:03Z Antelmann, Gudrun Zuweisungsstrategien der Ärzte/innen, Psychologen-/innen und Sozialarbeiter/innen für die Weiterbehandlung von Patienten nach Entlassung aus vollstationärem Aufenthalt eines psychiatrischen Krankenhauses deposit-license Influences of the demographical and clinical data of the patients as well as possible influences of the psychiatrists on the referral recommendations to psychiatric outpatient resources, were examined in a psychiatric inpatient hospital which was situated in a region with a very well developed structure of psychiatric outpatient resources. The greatest influence on the referral to the form of continuing outpatient treatment after the inpatient stay, was the patients age and the distance between the patients home and the inpatient hospital. Significant effects on the referral were also the patients marital status and education. The aspects of the patients clinical data that influenced the referral were the patient's diagnosis, the concurrent length of their inpatient stay, if there was a guardianship and the total number of admissions in psychiatric inpatient hospitals in the past. There was no individual influence of the recommending psychiatric staff on the referral.<br /><br />The referring clinicians were questioned as to possible factors that influenced their decision in respect to their referral recommendation.It was examined to what extent the clinicians varied or were in agreement on the factors of influence. There was large agreement under the staff with regard to the severity of illness, requests of the patient, the family or the guardian and suitability of the outpatient provider. Most important for the transfer decision was the suitability of the outpatient provider and severity of illness.The opinions of the staff differed strongly with regard to the importance of prior contact and experience with the oupatient provider, rules on the ward or psychosocial functioning of the patient, inrespect to every day life competency or responsibility for oneself, for the referral recommendation.<br /><br />Results of the research were compared with standards for the referral procedure and with indication criteria for continuing outpatient treatment indicated in the literature.

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