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Joining the dots: Day to day challenges for practitioners in delivering integrated dementia care (2020)
Journal Article
Chase, M., Lloyd, C., Peters, B., Chase, E., & Lee, K. (in press). Joining the dots: Day to day challenges for practitioners in delivering integrated dementia care. Health and Social Care in the Community, https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13140

© 2020 John Wiley & Sons Ltd Despite the increasing policy focus on integrated dementia care in the UK, little is known about the opportunities and challenges encountered by practitioners charged with implementing these policies on the ground. We u... Read More about Joining the dots: Day to day challenges for practitioners in delivering integrated dementia care.

‘In sight, out of mind’: The experiences of the compliantly engaged community psychiatric out-patient (2011)
Journal Article
Chase, M., Malden, A., Lansbury, L., Hansen, J., Ambrose, A., Thomas, C., …Costall, A. (2012). ‘In sight, out of mind’: The experiences of the compliantly engaged community psychiatric out-patient. Community Mental Health Journal, 48(5), 574-583. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10597-011-9414-9

Research on engagement within communitybased psychiatric services in the UK has mainly focussed on factors related to those 'at risk' of non-attendance or non-compliance, with the tacit assumption that those in regular attendance are largely content... Read More about ‘In sight, out of mind’: The experiences of the compliantly engaged community psychiatric out-patient.

'These psychiatrists rate themselves as gods': Disengagement and engagement discourses of people living with severe mental illness (2010)
Journal Article
Chase, M., Zinken, J., Costall, A., Watts, J., & Priebe, S. (2010). 'These psychiatrists rate themselves as gods': Disengagement and engagement discourses of people living with severe mental illness. Communication and Medicine, 7(1), 43-53

Positioning analysis, a variant of discourse analysis, was used to explore the narratives of 40 psychiatric patients (11 females and 29 males; mean age = 40 years) who had manifest difficulties with engagement with statutory mental health services. P... Read More about 'These psychiatrists rate themselves as gods': Disengagement and engagement discourses of people living with severe mental illness.

Processes of disengagement and engagement in assertive outreach patients: Qualitative study (2005)
Journal Article
Priebe, S., Watts, J., Chase, M., & Matanov, A. (2005). Processes of disengagement and engagement in assertive outreach patients: Qualitative study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 187(5), 438-443. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.187.5.438

Background: Assertive outreach has been established to care for 'difficult to engage' patients, yet little is known about how patients experience their disengagement with mainstream services and later engagement with outreach teams. Aims: To explore... Read More about Processes of disengagement and engagement in assertive outreach patients: Qualitative study.


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