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Verordnung über Maßstäbe und Grundsätze für den Personalbedarf in der stationären Psychiatrie (Psychiatrie-Personalverordnung - Psych-PV) (Regulation on standards and principles for the workforce needs in inpatient psychiatry)

Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection Government of Germany Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Germany 18 December 1990 Legislation/regulation mental health care, quality care, service standards

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Diese Verordnung regelt die Maßstäbe und Grundsätze zur Ermittlung des Personalbedarfs für Ärzte, Krankenpflegepersonal und sonstiges therapeutisches Fachpersonal in psychiatrischen Einrichtungen für Erwachsene sowie für Kinder und Jugendliche mit dem Ziel, eine ausreichende, zweckmäßige und wirtschaftliche stationäre oder teilstationäre Behandlung der Patienten zu gewährleisten. Die letzte Änderung dieser Verordnung erfolgte am 21.7.2012.

This regulation establishes standards and principles regarding the determination of staff requirements for doctors, nurses and other therapeutic professionals in psychiatric establishments for adults as well as for children and adolescents. Its aim is to ensure an adequate, appropriate and efficient inpatient and semi-stationary treatment. This regulation was last updated on 21/07/2012.

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