From model to practice: implementing Active Recovery Triad (ART) in Dutch long-term mental health care
Paper presentation140Lieke Zomer, Amsterdam UMC, the Netherlands
Jurriaanse ZaalThu 11:30 - 13:00
The recently developed Active Recovery Triad (ART) model aims to provide a new perspective for people with serious mental illnesses, who are dependent on 24h care and support for a longer period of time. ART is currently being implemented in teams of eighteen mental health care organizations in the Netherlands. The aim of this study was to create insight in the key factors of implementing the ART model into the long-term mental health setting. Fourteen group interviews with teams were conducted. In this presentation, the results of this implementation study will be elaborated. Teams can learn from the key factors important in the implementation process of ART. In this presentation, these key factors will be illustrated In addition, these findings are also interesting for teams that want to start implementing other (comparable) care models or interventions.
8. Psychosocial interventions
Active Recovery Triad, Implementation, Long-term mental health care, Serious mental illnesses
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