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Psychiatric disorder in hospital and general practice
      
Two groups of patients with moderate symptoms, one discharged and the other resident, were compared in respect of sex, age and marital state, diagnosis, previous admission and duration of stay in hospital.
      
- The teams are based on the Mental Health Centre (Outpatient clinics) but look after the patients under their care wherever treatment is necessary, whether in a community agency or in hospital.
      
Information concerning previous personality, socio-economic conditions, mental state on admission, course while in hospital and after discharge, etc., was collected, in order to help plan a reorganisation of the psychiatric service.
      
Twenty-seven women aged 47 to 80 years, who had been in hospital between 12 and 53 years, and were functioning at a very low level, were observed for 22 months.
      
The second component, Socially Embarrassing Behaviour, yields rather low inter-rater correlations and in all probability is not readily applicable to the behaviour shown by patients who have been in hospital for many years and are not acutely ill.
      
There seemed to be two main kinds of patients, both needing careful selection while still in hospital but each needing rather different type of treatment.
      
- Figures are presented concerning patients who have shorter in-patient spells, but who may have several periods in hospital during the course of their illness.
      
Outcome in 1969 was related to age in 1959, psychiatric diagnosis, time spent in hospital prior to 1959, marital status and place of birth.
      
With the passage of time since 1959, a progressively greater proportion of those in the cohort who were still alive were schizophrenics, nearly all of whom were in hospital.
      
However, most studies have concentrated on the behavioural gains while the patient is still in hospital with little or no follow-up on the subsequent community adjustment.
      
Forty-four patients, each of whom had been in hospital for a number of years, were divided into two groups, and studied during a 4-week period.
      
Each patient has a fairly constant pattern of hospitalization, regarding the length of stay in hospital and out of hospital.
      
The reduction in hospital beds has resulted in a relatively large number of mentally ill individuals residing in the community.
      
The results showed that EE was the best single predictor of relapse and that patients from high EE families spent three times as long in hospital as patients from low EE families.
      
The in-patient records of 256 schizophrenic patients were examined with reference to ethnicity, gender, age, number of admissions and amount of time spent in hospital over a 3-year period.
      
Non-compliant patients differed from those who were at least partially compliant in that they were more likely to be Afro-Caribbean and male, have shorter stays in hospital and have more admissions.
      
The measures of service use were number of days in hospital and number of other service contacts.
      
A pilot study of needs assessment using the MRC Needs for Care Assessment Schedule is reported in 35 consecutive acute inpatients who had been in hospital for 1 month or more.
      
Seasonal variations in hospital admissions for affective disorders by gender and ethnicity
      
 

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