Patients who stay “very long” (10+ years) - An evaluation of patients discharged from low and medium secure forensic services (Oxleas) in the last 15 years

Conference paper


Tallent, Jacqueline, Dein, Kalpana, Steven, Peter and Freestone, Mark 2022. Patients who stay “very long” (10+ years) - An evaluation of patients discharged from low and medium secure forensic services (Oxleas) in the last 15 years.
AuthorsTallent, Jacqueline, Dein, Kalpana, Steven, Peter and Freestone, Mark
TypeConference paper
Description

Patients admitted to secure forensic hospitals often experience lengthy admissions. Factors associated with prolonged admissions has been well researched however, there is a lack of analysis on individual unit data. This presentation will explore discharge data for patients spending ten years or more in a Low and Medium Secure Unit in England. A retrospective case note analysis will be undertaken to present the length of stay, socio-demographic and clinical variables of this patient population. Findings will illustrate patient demographic characteristics, criminogenic and mental health history, as well as any co-morbid factor and discharge locations. Clinical implications will discuss admission length, effects on bed availability and changes to the delivery of care.

KeywordsForensic psychiatry ; Mental health; Inpatient; Secure forensic care; Length of stay
Year2022
ConferenceRoyal College of Psychiatrists - Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry Annual Conference
File
License
All rights reserved
File Access Level
Open
Publication process dates
Deposited23 Mar 2022
Permalink -

https://repository.canterbury.ac.uk/item/90v36/patients-who-stay-very-long-10-years-an-evaluation-of-patients-discharged-from-low-and-medium-secure-forensic-services-oxleas-in-the-last-15-years

Download files


File
LoS - RCPsyc Conference v1.pptx
LoS - RCPsyc Conference v1.pdf
License: All rights reserved
File access level: Open

  • 22
    total views
  • 20
    total downloads
  • 0
    views this month
  • 1
    downloads this month

Export as

Related outputs

PROTOCOL: Arts‐based interventions for offenders in secure criminal justice settings to improve rehabilitation outcomes: An evidence and gap map
Tallent, Jacqueline, Phillips, Jes and Coren, Esther 2022. PROTOCOL: Arts‐based interventions for offenders in secure criminal justice settings to improve rehabilitation outcomes: An evidence and gap map. Campbell Systematic Reviews. 18 (3). https://doi.org/10.1002/cl2.1255
A qualitative study of older adults’ experiences of transitioning from secure forensic services – The TOPS Study
Tallent, J., Houben, F., Parrott, J. and MacInnes, D. 2022. A qualitative study of older adults’ experiences of transitioning from secure forensic services – The TOPS Study.
Singing group leaders’ experiences of online singing sessions during the COVID-19 pandemic: a rapid survey
Price, S., Phillips, J., Tallent, J. and Clift, S. 2021. Singing group leaders’ experiences of online singing sessions during the COVID-19 pandemic: a rapid survey. Journal of Music, Health and Wellbeing.
Impacts of participating in a choir on health and wellbeing of adults with intellectual disabilities
Moore, J., Phillips, J., Tallent, J. and Coren, E. 2021. Impacts of participating in a choir on health and wellbeing of adults with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Music, Health and Wellbeing. 2020 (Winter).
Supporting prisoners with mental health needs in the transition to RESETtle in the community: the RESET study
MacInnes, D., Khan, A. A., Hove, F., Dyson, H., Grandi, T., Parrott, J. and Tallent, J. 2020. Supporting prisoners with mental health needs in the transition to RESETtle in the community: the RESET study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00127-021-02045-5
Restarting a prisoner's life onto a supportive path leading to RESETtlement in the community: The RESET Study
MacInnes, D., Khan, A., Tallent, J., Hove, F., Dyson, H, Grandi, T. and Parrott, J. 2020. Restarting a prisoner's life onto a supportive path leading to RESETtlement in the community: The RESET Study. London Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.
A pilot cluster randomised trial to assess the effect of a structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings: the Comquol study
MacInnes, D., Kinane, C., Parrott, J., Mansfield, J., Craig, T., Eldridge, S., Marsh, I., Chan, C., Hounsome, N., Harrison, G. and Priebe, S. 2016. A pilot cluster randomised trial to assess the effect of a structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings: the Comquol study. BMC Psychiatry. 16 (335). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-016-1046-8
The Comquol Study: - a pilot cluster randomised trial looking at a structured communication intervention in secure mental health settings: outcomes and challenges
MacInnes, D., Kinane, C., Parrott, J. and Mansfield, J. 2016. The Comquol Study: - a pilot cluster randomised trial looking at a structured communication intervention in secure mental health settings: outcomes and challenges.
The comquol study: a structured approach focused on quality of life in secure mental health settings
MacInnes, D., Mansfield, J. and Parrott, J. 2015. The comquol study: a structured approach focused on quality of life in secure mental health settings.
A pilot trial assessing the effect of structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings (ComQuol) - service focused measures
MacInnes, D., Mansfield J., Kinane, C., Marsh, I. and Parrott, J. 2015. A pilot trial assessing the effect of structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings (ComQuol) - service focused measures.
A pilot trial assessing the effect of structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings (ComQuol) - user focused outcomes
MacInnes, D., Parrott, J., Mansfield, J., Kinane, C. and Marsh, I. 2015. A pilot trial assessing the effect of structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings (ComQuol) - user focused outcomes.
Service user perceptions of the ComQuol approach:focus group analysis
MacInnes, D., Mansfield, J., Marsh, I., Kinane, C. and Parrott, J. 2015. Service user perceptions of the ComQuol approach:focus group analysis.
The role of a mental health nurse in the ComQuol project: their perspective and involvements
MacInnes, D., Mansfield, J., Parrott, J., Marsh, I. and Kinane, C. 2015. The role of a mental health nurse in the ComQuol project: their perspective and involvements.
Clinicians and services users working collaboratively: the ComQuol study
MacInnes, D., Mansfield, J., Kinane, C., Parrott, J. and Marsh, I. 2015. Clinicians and services users working collaboratively: the ComQuol study.