Franziska Rabenschlag

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To evaluate professionals’ attitudes to recovery and coercion, as well their satisfaction with working conditions before and after the implementation of a recovery-oriented ward concept on an admission ward. Longitudinal study design with two measurement times of the study sample, with a control group assessed at study end. Evaluating the implementation of(More)
Considerable lack of publications and inconsistent results on construct validity make it difficult to choose an appropriate instrument to measure recovery. The aim of the present study was to evaluate additional psychometric aspects of two established measures of personal recovery with differing focuses. Bivariate associations of the recovery measures with(More)
BACKGROUND Evaluations of the recovery orientation of mental health services have focused on outpatient and rehabilitative rather than acute inpatient facilities. AIM This naturalistic observational study seeks to evaluate the subjective perspective and functional outcome of inpatients before and after structural alterations. The changes made were the(More)
This study examines the influence of recovery-oriented peer events on participants’ recovery attitudes and explores who benefits most from such events. Changes in participants’ recovery attitudes were evaluated (pre, post, follow-up), and compared with changes of control groups. Distributions of recovery-related values in subgroups were analyzed(More)
This pilot study aimed at investigating how mental health professionals on acute psychiatric wards recognize different levels of formal and informal coercions and treatment pressures as well as their attitude towards these interventions. An explorative cross-sectional survey among mental health professionals (N=39) was conducted using a questionnaire that(More)
In the interdisciplinary treatment process nurses play an important role, assessing suicide risk. To cope with this responsibility, the use of assessment instruments is recommended. Although a lot of instruments exist to assess the risk of suicide, nurses do not use them consistently. This cross-sectional study seeks to answer the following questions: How(More)
OBJECTIVE Special observation is a seriously invasive and resource intensive intervention. It is necessary to scientifically conceptualise this measure for further investigations and practice. METHODS Evolutionary concept analysis. RESULTS The identified antecedents, attributes and consequences of special observation range between control and therapy as(More)
Everyday nursing care is under marked constraint in the current healthcare environment due to decreasing time resources and competing financial demands. Burden along with stress and burnout is increasing. Stress not only does occur on the individual and organizational level, as has been studied, but also is a significant factor at the team level,(More)