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|Title:||PRISM: Promoting Resilience, Independence and Self Management--a strategy to manage chronic mental illnesses.|
|Authors:||Arya, Dinesh K|
|Affiliation:||Department of Health, Northern Territory Government, Australia. Dinesh.Arya@NT.gov.au.|
|Citation:||Asian journal of psychiatry 2013-08; 6(4): 303-7|
|Abstract:||Many transformations in how mental health care is delivered have required the development of new ways of providing care, treatment and support to mental health consumers. In the recent past, to support consumers and their carers adequately and appropriately, there has been emphasis on case management and care coordination. There is a need to consider whether over-emphasis on case management should be limited to the minority of mental health consumers who are unable to make competent decisions, whereas majority of consumers should take complete charge of their own treatment. PRISM (Promoting Resilience, Independence and Self Management) is a conceptual framework that potentially offers an opportunity to empower consumers to take charge of their own treatment by using specific tools, including a PRISM Pack, Take Charge Sheet, Protocol for Appropriate Care and use of methods that ensure that the mental health consumer does become a key decision maker with regard to their own care and treatment.|
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|Appears in Collections:||NT Health digital library|
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