Marian Verhaegh

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BACKGROUND Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an evidence-based treatment model, which has been frequently discussed and investigated and which has been used mainly with patients suffering from 'severe mental illness'. It is a pro-active type of treatment involving a multidisciplinary team who provide outreaching and intensive care (treatment,(More)
This paper presents an agent-based approach for error detection in incident management organizations. The approach consists of several parts. First, a formal approach for the specification and hierarchical verification of both traces and properties. Incomplete traces are enriched by enrichment rules. Furthermore, a classification mechanism is presented for(More)
Assertive community treatment (ACT) is described as a team treatment model designed to provide assertive, outreaching, comprehensive, community-based, rehabilitation-oriented and supportive psychiatric services for people with severe mental illness as reported by Drake et al. (Psychiatr Serv 52: 179–182, 2001) and Teague et al. (Psychiatr Serv 68: 216–232,(More)
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