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This book documents the journey of the Mental Health-General Practitioner (MH-GP) Partnership Programme in Singapore's Institute of Mental Health since its inception in 2003 and how it has developed over the years as a model of successful tertiary-primary care partnership in mental health.The programme provides an Asian perspective and showcases a successful collaboration of an integrated network between tertiary and primary care practitioners in the management of individuals with chronic major psychiatric disorders as well as individuals with minor psychiatric disorders.It can serve as a reference guide for agencies, both public and private in Singapore as well as agencies in the region who plans to develop similar partnerships between tertiary and primary care. This book may interest audiences from various fields, medical, allied health, administration and students in healthcare and education.<b>Contents:</b><ul><li>Vision <i>(Goh Yen-Li)</i></li><li>Mental Health-GP Partnership Programme (MH-GPPP): Process, Planning and Implementation <i>(Gina Teo)</i></li><li>Case Management <i>(Junie Seah and Margaret Hendriks)</i></li><li>Managing GP Engagement: Strategies and Lessons Learnt <i>(Alvin Lum and Christine Tan)</i></li><li>GP Training and Education in Mental Health <i>(Chiam Peak Chiang, Christine Tan, Alvin Lum and Nirhana Japar )</i></li><li>Research: An Explorative Journey Ahead <i>(Alvin Lum and Joshua Wee)</i></li><li>GP Perspectives: Managing Patients with Mental Illness in the Community <i>(Mark Yap, Kwek Thiam Soo, Grace Cheng, Rodney Lim, Joshua Wee and Gina Teo)</i></li><li>MH-GP Partnership Programme and Beyond: Working with the Community to Sustain Mental Healthcare <i>(Wei Ker-Chiah, Jayaraman Hariram, Jared Ng, Chan Mei Chern and Christina Low)</i></li></ul> <br><b>Readership:</b> For agencies who are interested in developing such a programme to promote patients care in the community; For external parties who are keen to know more about tertiary and primary care tie-ups; General Practitioners (GPs) who are keen on joining the programme; Libraries and reference text for the Graduate Diploma in Mental Health. Mental healthcare professionals, policy makers, administrators, educators, community agency counsellors, graduate and post-graduate students who conduct research on community mental health services.Community Mental Healthcare;GP;Tertiary and Primary Care0<b>Key Features:</b><ul><li>The unique and innovative MH-GP Partnership Programme has been integral in enhancing mental healthcare in Singapore. Its right-siting of stable psychiatric patients to the GPs has helped in their reintegration to the community and has also reduced the stigma</li><li>The continued development of its network of GP Partners to detect, treat and refer psychiatric patients, has raised the level of mental healthcare within Singapore's community. Lessons learnt and data gathered at individual care and programme development level, will inform practice and primary care policy development for care integration in the next lap</li></ul>
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