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Title: Challenges to relapse prevention: psychiatric care of indigenous in-patients
Authors: Nagel, Tricia
Thompson, Carolyn
Spencer, Neil
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Australian Network for Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention for Mental Health (Auseinet)
Citation: Nagel, T., Thompson, C., & Spencer, N. (2008). Challenges to relapse prevention: Psychiatric care of Indigenous in-patients. . Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, 7(2).
Series/Report no.: Australian e-journal for the advancement of mental health
Vol. 7 Issue 2
Abstract: Relapse is one of the major contributing factors to the high burden of disability of mental illness. Strategies for relapse prevention are needed. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to be over-represented in mental health care nationwide. Partnerships between Aboriginal Mental Health Workers (AMHWs) and non-Indigenous health professionals can assist in provision of culturally appropriate in-patient care and promotion of self-management and relapse prevention strategies.
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ISSN: 1446-7984
Type: Journal Article
Subjects: Psychiatric disorders
Disease management
Aboriginal people
Community workers
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