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Published by The Medico-Social Research Board in Dublin (73 Lower Baggot St., Dublin 2) .
Written in English


  • Psychiatric hospital care -- Ireland -- Statistics.,
  • Psychotherapy patients -- Ireland -- Statistics.

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Statementthe Medico-Social Research Board. 1970 / by Aileen O"Hare and Dermot Walsh.
ContributionsO"Hare, Aileen., Walsh, Dermot., Medico-Social Research Board.
LC ClassificationsRC450.I/
The Physical Object
Pagination77p. ;
Number of Pages77
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19860303M
ISBN 100904616010

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Hospitals and Units Individually Hospital Type Conclusion References Tables National, Ireland Health Board Areas Hospitals and Units Individua\ly Hospital Type o' T, 1 eN-,-0 ~ LIf1hARY 14FEB 13 13 21 24 29 31 33 51 67 99 Appendix 1. List of Ongoing Publications from the Mental Health Section of the Health Research Board. —Involuntary admissions accounted for 18% of all admissions to psychiatric hospitals/continuing care units, 16% of all admissions to general hospital psychiatric units and just 3% of all admissions to independent/private and private charitable centres were involuntary. Discharges and deaths —There w discharges and deaths in Author: Antoinette Daly Sarah Craig. HRB Statistics Series 35fiActivities of Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Main Findings 9 There was an equal proportion of male and female admissions, while males had a slightly higher rate of all admissions, at per , compared . A copy of the form used by hospitals for admissions\ud and discharges and forwarded is reproduced overleaf.\ud Coverage\ud With the exception of the psychiatric unit in St. Vincent's Hospital, Elm\ud Park, Dublin, all psychiatric hospitals and units in Ireland reported to us in\ud and the data, therefore, with this exception Author: Aileen O&#;Hare and Dermot Walsh.

  1. J Ir Med Assoc. Feb 9;67(3) Further data on activities of Irish psychiatric hospitals and units, O'Hare A, Walsh by: 6. “The government has been trying to close hospitals for years,” says Pauline Prior, editor of Asylums, Mental Health Care and the Irish, “but nobody wanted these hospitals to close — they. All of the therapies and activities enumerated above are available on-site at Sierra Tucson’s self-contained campus. Multidisciplinary Treatment Teams In order to put a philosophy of holistic treatment, comprehensive care, and individualized treatment into meaningful practice, a top psychiatric hospital needs to employ theFile Size: KB. Activities of Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Acknowledgements The Mental Health Research Division of the Health Research Board would like to thank all personnel in psychiatric hospitals and units who assisted in submitting information for this report. We would also like to thank the internal and external reviewers.

Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name: . inpatient psychiatric service_ Annual reports detailing the activities of Irish psychiatric hospitals and units have been since , initially under the auspices of the Medico-Social Research Board and, since , by its successor, the Health Research Board. This report provides cross-sectional data on admissions to:\I1d discharges from psychiatric inpatient facilities across the country. The e data are. Activities of Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Activities of Irish psychiatric units and hosptials HRB Statistics series 5. Activities of Irish Psychiatric Services (file size KB) Activities of Irish psychiatric services Author: Antoinette Daly Sarah Craig. The Activities of Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals provides data for policy and planning of psychiatric services in Ireland. It includes information on national admissions, national discharges and deaths, HSE areas, Community Healthcare Organisations, hospital type, and child and adolescent admissions in Ireland during Cited by: 3.