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Den akutte indsats på psykiatriområdet – planlægningsgrundlag for det regionale sundhedsvæsen (The acute efforts in psychiatry - planning basis for the regional health)

Danish Health and Medicines Authority Country Resources Mental Health Service Standards Denmark 20 August 2009 Guidelines 978-87-7676-969-7 early intervention, education, inpatient, mental health care, mental health resources, mental health system, service standards, severe mental illness, social services

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The document proposes a common line of sight to the future development of the acute psychiatric efforts in the Danish regions. The report suggests a stepwise implementation of the proposals, for around 5-10 years, depending on each region's capacity. A key objective in the report includes ensuring improved quality in response to the mentally ill; making sure that the psychiatric emergency units are more robust, and that they will improve their academic environments.

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