by Mental Health Research Division, Health Research Board in Dublin .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Antoinette Daly and Dermot Walsh ; with assistance from Lorraine Caprani, Yvonne Dunne and Annette Duffy.|
|Contributions||Walsh, Dermot., Health Research Board. Mental Health Research Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
Irish psychiatric hospitals and units census By Antoinette Daly and Dermot Walsh Get PDF ( KB)Author: Antoinette Daly and Dermot Walsh. Mental Health Policy in Ireland – theory, overview and future directions - Volume 21 Issue 2 - Brendan D Kelly (Irish Division) Comments on the Mental Health Act Royal College of Psychiatrists (Irish Division), Dublin, Report of the Inspector of Mental Hospitals For The Year Ending 31 st December The Cited by: Part of the Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics book series (LNMED, volume 16) Walsh D. Activities of Irish psychiatric hospitals and units and Dublin: Medico-Social Research Board, O’Hare A, Walsh D. The Irish psychiatric hospital census Dublin: Medico-Social Research Board, Google Scholar. : Aileen O’Hare. hospitalised in Irish psychiatric hospitals. This paper analyses information from the [ census. Happily, a similar census was carried out on residents in in-patient psychiatric facilities in England and Wales on 3ISt December, (Brooke, [), and comparisons have been made between the data from the two countries.
1. J Ir Med Assoc. Feb 9;67(3) Further data on activities of Irish psychiatric hospitals and units, O'Hare A, Walsh D. System (NPIRS) in the 65 Irish psychiatric units and hospitals (see Table below) approved by the Mental Health Commission (MHC) for the reception and treatment of patients (Register of Approved Centres under the Mental Health Act ). 1 Central Statistics Office () Census of Population , Dublin: Stationery Office. 1 Introduction. Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Census 1 Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Census Bulletin November Fourteen per cent reduction in resident patient numbers since ; 37% were long-stay patients, i.e. in hospital for one year or more; one-third were aged 65 years and over on census night b. References 1. O'Hare A, Walsh D: Activities of Irish Psychiatric Hospitals and Units, Dublin, The Medico-So cial Research Board, 2. Annual Report, Dublin, The Medico-Social Re search Board. 3. Warnes H: Cultural factors in Irish psychiatry. Psy chiatr J Univ Ottawa , 4.
PDF (Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Census ) - Published Version kB The NPIRS Team in the National Health Information Systems Unit of the Health Research Board (HRB) is pleased to present this summary on the eighth Irish psychiatric in-patient census. Table Irish Psychiatric Units and Hospitals Census General hospital psychiatric units and age group. Numbers with percentages. Numbers. Our Lady's Hospital, Navan 1 12 7 2 22 Donegal Letterkenny General Hospital 1 17 10 5 33 Pages in category "Psychiatric hospitals in Ireland" This category contains only the following page. This list may not reflect recent changes. S. St. John of God Hospital, Stillorgan This page was last edited on 29 May , at (UTC). Text is available . The census is a count of all patients resident in psychiatric units and hospitals operating within the provisions of the Mental Health Act , (Government of Ireland, ), at midnight on 31 March