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Fourth annual child & adolescent mental health service report 2011 â?" 2012.

Creator:

Health Service Executive

Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description:

Executive Summary Section 1 Introduction 1.1 Children in the population 1.2 Prevalence of childhood psychiatric disorders 1.3 Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS 1.4 Department of Health & Children Policy - Vision for Change (2006) 1.5 Community child and adolescent mental health teams Section 2 Workforce 2.1 Staffing of child and adolescent mental health services 2.2 Community child and adolescent mental health teams Section 3 Access to community CAMHS teams 3.1 Numbers waiting to be seen 3.2 New cases seen by community CAMHS teams October 2010 to September 2011 3.3 Breakdown of new cases (New vs. Re-referred cases) 3.4 Waiting times for new cases seen 3.5 Community CAMHS caseload 3.6 Community CAMHS caseload per clinical whole time equivalent (WTE) 3.7 Cases discharged Section 4 Audit of clinical activity November 2010 4.1 Source of referral 4.2 Case profile 4.3 Number of appointments offered 4.4 Location of appointments 4.5 Clinical inputs 4.6 Age profile of cases seen 4.7 Ethnicity 4.8 Children in the care of the HSE or in contact with social services 4.9 Primary presentation 4.10 Suicidal ideation / deliberate self harm 4.11 Gender profile of cases and primary presentations 4.12 Length of treatment 4.13 Day services 4.14 Paediatric hospital liaison services Section 5 Inpatient child and adolescent mental health services 5.1 Inpatient servies child and adolescent mental health services. 5.2 Admission of children and adolescents to inpatient units 5.3 Age and gender of admissions (2010) 5.4 Diagnostic categories 5.5 Duration of admission 5.6 Involuntary admissions 5.7 Development of inpatient services Section 6 Community child and adolescent mental health service infrastructure 6.1 Accommodation provided for CAMHS teams 6.2 Suitability of premises 6.3 Difficulties encountered with premises 6.4 Infrastructure developments Section 7 Demands on community CAMHS 7.1 Services for young people of 16 and 17 years of age 7.2 Capacity of CAMHS teams to respond to demand 7.3 Provision of dedicated ADHD clinics by community CAMHS teams 7.4 Referral protocols and referral forms Section 8 Deliberate self harm in children aged from 10 to 17 years 8.1 The National Registry of Deliberate Self Harm 8.2 Hospital presentations of children. 8.3 Deliberate self harm by HSE regions 8.4 Episodes by time of occurance 8.5 Method of self harm 8.6 Drugs used in overdose 8.7 Recommended next care 8.8 Repetition of deliberate self harm Section 9 Supporting the development of child and adolescent mental health services 9.1 Monitoring Progress and Evaluating Outcomes Appendix Service initiatives and developments

Date:

01/01/2012

Rights: Public
Suggested citation:

Health Service Executive. (2012) Fourth annual child & adolescent mental health service report 2011 â?" 2012. [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/366393 [Accessed: 22nd August 2019].

  

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