Managing Mental Health Services

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    * What are the key tasks that a mental health manager needs to fulfil? * What are the six key steps needed to develop manageable mental health services? * How can managers not just survive but creatively improve mental health services? This is a practical, no-nonsense book designed to help managers of mental health services cope, survive and constructively fulfil their role. It has been written to help managers to function in an increasingly complex mental health service arena. In clear, jargon-free language it aims to demystify key managerial terms, to provide an understandable summary of the relevant policy and legal framework, and to provide signposts to assist managers in making their way through the maze of service planning and service development options. Managing Mental Health Services will be a leading practical handbook in its field, a point of reference for hands-on managers, and a source of stimulating advice, tips and guidance in mental health service management.

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    Number of Pages: 192
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780335198337
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    Listed in: Mental health services, Psychiatry, Therapy & therapeutics
    Publisher: Open University Press

    Books by Graham Thornicroft

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