Outcomes in forensic learning disability
What is it about?
About 1500 people with an intellectual disability are traeted within forensic psychiatric hospitals as in-patients every year. They are invariably those who have mild degree of disabilty and often have additional conditions like autistic disorders, mental illnesses or personality disorders. There is limited information on how the traetment outcomes from these hospiatsl are measured. This paper reviews the main outcome domains and offers a framework for the future.
Why is it important?
The use of the recommended framework will help to ensure that peole stay in hospitals only for appropriate periods of time.
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