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Process, outcome and experience of transition from child to adult mental healthcare: multiperspective study.

BACKGROUNDMany adolescents with mental health problems experience transition of care from child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) to adult mental health services (AMHS). AIMSAs part of the TRACK study we evaluated the process, outcomes and user and carer experience of transition from CAM... Full description

Journal Title: The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science October 2010, Vol.197(4), pp.305-312
Main Author: Singh, Swaran P
Other Authors: Paul, Moli , Ford, Tamsin , Kramer, Tami , Weaver, Tim , Mclaren, Susan , Hovish, Kimberly , Islam, Zoebia , Belling, Ruth , White, Sarah
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title: Process, outcome and experience of transition from child to adult mental healthcare: multiperspective study.
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  • Singh, Swaran P
  • Paul, Moli
  • Ford, Tamsin
  • Kramer, Tami
  • Weaver, Tim
  • Mclaren, Susan
  • Hovish, Kimberly
  • Islam, Zoebia
  • Belling, Ruth
  • White, Sarah
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  • Adult–Standards
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  • Cohort Studies–Therapy
  • Continuity of Patient Care–Organization & Administration
  • England–Organization & Administration
  • Female–Organization & Administration
  • Health Services Research–Organization & Administration
  • Humans–Organization & Administration
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  • Male
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description: BACKGROUNDMany adolescents with mental health problems experience transition of care from child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) to adult mental health services (AMHS). AIMSAs part of the TRACK study we evaluated the process, outcomes and user and carer experience of transition from CAMHS to AMHS. METHODWe identified a cohort of service users crossing the CAMHS/AMHS boundary over 1 year across six mental health trusts in England. We tracked their journey to determine predictors of optimal transition and conducted qualitative interviews with a subsample of users, their carers and clinicians on how transition was experienced. RESULTSOf 154 individuals who crossed the transition boundary in 1 year, 90 were actual referrals (i.e. they made a transition to AMHS), and 64 were potential referrals (i.e. were either not referred to AMHS or not accepted by AMHS). Individuals with a history of severe mental illness, being on medication or having been admitted were more likely to make...
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