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Sustained Transfer of Knowledge to Practice in Long-Term Care: Facilitators and Barriers of a Mental Health Learning Initiative
- P. Stolee, C. McAiney, +5 authors J. L. Le Clair
- Gerontology & geriatrics education
- 13 February 2009
This article explores facilitators and barriers to the impact and sustainability of a learning initiative to increase capacity of long-term care (LTC) homes to manage the mental health needs of older… Expand
Of mice and men: divergent risks of teriparatide-induced osteosarcoma
- V. Subbiah, V. Madsen, A. Raymond, R. Benjamin, J. Ludwig
- Osteoporosis International
- 1 June 2010
SummarySince approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2002, teriparatide (recombinant 1-34 PTH; Forteo®) has been safely used by more than 430,000 patients. Prior to FDA… Expand
Evaluation of the sustained implementation of a mental health learning initiative in long-term care.
- C. McAiney, P. Stolee, +5 authors J. L. Le Clair
- International psychogeriatrics
- 1 October 2007
BACKGROUND This paper describes an innovative education program for the management of mental health problems in long-term care (LTC) homes and the evaluation of its longer-term sustainability. Since… Expand
Effective ingredients of verbal de-escalation: validating an English modified version of the 'De-Escalating Aggressive Behaviour Scale'.
- V. Mavandadi, P. Bieling, V. Madsen
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing
- 1 August 2016
UNLABELLED WHAT IS KNOWN ON THE SUBJECT?: Verbal de-escalation is an intervention aimed at calmly managing an agitated client to prevent violence. Effective de-escalation can help reduce the use of… Expand
Preferences for Early Intervention Mental Health Services: A Discrete-Choice Conjoint Experiment.
- Mackenzie P. E. Becker, B. Christensen, +9 authors R. Zipursky
- Medicine, Psychology
- Psychiatric services
- 15 September 2015
OBJECTIVE Early intervention services (EISs) for mental illness may improve outcomes, although treatment engagement is often a problem. Incorporating patients' preferences in the design of… Expand
Investigating service features to sustain engagement in early intervention mental health services
- Mackenzie P. E. Becker, C. Cunningham, +9 authors R. Zipursky
- Early intervention in psychiatry
- 1 April 2019
To understand what service features would sustain patient engagement in early intervention mental health treatment.
A ‘navigator’ model in emerging mental illness?
While there is clearly much to be gained from ensuring that youth with emerging mental illness across a variety of psychiatric illnesses receive care that reduces symptoms and improves functioning,… Expand
Modeling the mental health service utilization decisions of university undergraduates: A discrete choice conjoint experiment
- C. Cunningham, R. Zipursky, +8 authors C. Munn
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of American college health : J of ACH
- 2 June 2017
Abstract Objective: We modeled design factors influencing the intent to use a university mental health service. Participants: Between November 2012 and October 2014, 909 undergraduates participated.… Expand