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Title: A qualitative study of staff experiences of working with South Asian service
Author: Bhogal, Satbinder Kaur
ISNI:       0000 0001 3463 4448
Awarding Body: University of Birmingham
Current Institution: University of Birmingham
Date of Award: 2007
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Abstract:
Volume I This volume comprises oftwo parts. Firstly a review ofthe literature that has contributed to the understanding ofthe prevalence of psychosis in the Asian community, as well as pathways to mental health services for this population. Secondly, an empirical study investigating the experiences and understandings of professionals in an Early Intervention Service working with Asian service-users and their families. The literature review considers recent research surrounding the prevalence ofpsychosis amongst the Asian population and identifies variations in pathways to specialist mental health care for such a group. This paper has been prepared for submission to The British Journal ofPsychiatry. The empirical study utilising qualitative methodology, examines the experiences and understandings of professionals in the Early Intervention Service working with Asian service-users and their families. This paper has been prepared for submission to The Journal ofMental Health. The Public Domain Briefing Paper is also submitted in this volume. Volume II Five Clinical Practice Reports (CPR) are presented in this volume. The first report details a case of a woman with a learning disability, experiencing depression, formulated from a Cognitive and Psychodynamic perspective. The second report is a service evaluation ofa Sexuality and Personal Relationship group for individuals with a learning disability. The third report is the case ofa six year-old boy in foster care with attachment difficulties. The fourth report details the treatment ofa forty year-old women with Depression, discussed from a Cognitive-Behavioural approach. The fifth piece ofwork was assessed orally and so the abstract is presented in this volume. All names and identifYing features have been changed to ensure confidentiality.
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Qualification Name: University of Birmingham, 2007 Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.486623  DOI: Not available
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