Marie-Hélène Goulet

Marie-Hélène Goulet
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Faculty of Nursing

Ph.D.

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September 2018 - present
Université de Montréal
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2016 - August 2018
McGill University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
September 2011 - September 2016
Université de Montréal
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (42)
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Given the increasing literature on forensic assertive community treatment (FACT), we conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to explore the effectiveness of FACT among justice-involved individuals with severe mental illness. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines were followed. Sixteen stu...
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Introduction: Violence in psychiatric settings has negative consequences on patients, staff, and the institution alike. Efforts to prevent violence cannot currently be assessed due to a lack of suitable indicators. The Violence Prevention Climate Scale (VPC-14) is a validated tool that can be filled out by both staff and patients to assess the viol...
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Introduction Involuntary treatment orders (ITO) can impact the nurse-patient therapeutic relationship (TR) negatively. Despite the increasing use of ITOs around the world, few studies have explored their influence on the TR from the perspectives of nurses and patients. Aim To describe the TR in the context of ITOs as reported by nurses and individ...
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A community-centered approach to mental health care has been favoured over hospital-based psychiatry in Quebec over the last three decades. In England, crisis intervention services in the form of Crisis Resolution Teams (CRTs) were widely implemented in the early 2000s to offer an alternative care to hospitalization to patients with severe mental h...
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The use of coercion in psychiatric and mental health nursing is a major challenge, which can lead to negative consequences for nurses and patients, including rupture in the therapeutic relationship and risk of injury and trauma. The concept of coercion is complex to define and is used in different ways throughout the nursing literature. This concep...
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Introduction and background : The last decade has seen a steady and rising use of coercion in mental health care, as well as an increase in the number of forms it takes. The application of these measures frequently relies on the work of nurses, but few studies have analyzed the human rights issues raised by these practices.Aim : To produce a qualit...
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Recidivism among released inmates is associated with a substantial societal burden given the financial and medical consequences of victimization. Among incarcerated North Americans, approximately 7% are housed in solitary confinement (SC). Studies show SC can lead to psychological deterioration and dispute it can effectively reduce institutional mi...
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Objectives To systematically review and meta-analyze the psychological effects and mortality rate in inmates having been exposed to solitary confinement in correctional settings.Methods PubMed, PsycINFO, Web of Science, and Google Scholar were searched using keywords describing solitary confinement in combination with keywords for psychological or...
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BACKGROUND In times of pandemics, social distancing, isolation and quarantine have precipitated depression, anxiety and substance misuse. Scientific literature suggests that patients living with mental health problems or illnesses (MHPIs) who interact with Peer Support Workers (PSWs) will not only feel the empathy and connectedness that comes from...
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The aim of this meta‐analysis was to examine the association between any mental health problem and the risk of being placed into solitary confinement in correctional settings. PubMed, PsycINFO, Web of Science and Google Scholar were searched from each database’s inception date to November 2019. All publications assessing both mental health problems...
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Background: The World Health Organization describes the perpetuation of human rights violations against people with mental health problems as a global emergency. Despite this observation, recent studies suggest that coercive measures, such as seclusion, restraints, involuntary hospitalization, or involuntary treatment, are steadily or increasingly...
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Background In reaction to weaknesses in feasibility studies reporting, the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) statement published an extension for feasibility studies in 2016. Aim The aim of this study was to systematically review and appraise the reporting of feasibility studies in the nursing intervention research literature ba...
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L’autorisation judiciaire de soins se situe au carrefour de considérations cliniques et juridiques. Malgré une efficacité contestée, des études récentes démontrent une augmentation du recours à cette mesure d’exception à l’échelle internationale. La présente analyse est inspirée d’une rencontre des théories foucaldienne et goffmanienne. Elle s’appu...
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Involuntary treatment orders (ITOs) represent coercive leverage for treatment adherence against the will of individuals incapable of providing consent. ITOs have failed to demonstrate benefits in quantitative studies, but little attention has been paid the growing body of qualitative evidence on ITOs. The current study is an interpretative meta-syn...
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Objective: Housing First is increasingly put forward as an important component of a pragmatic plan to end homelessness. The literature evaluating the impact of Housing First on criminal justice involvement has not yet been systematically examined. The objective of this systematic review is to examine the impact of Housing First on criminal justice...
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Résumé L’utilisation de l’isolement en psychiatrie est une mesure de dernier recours lorsque la personne est dangereuse pour elle-même ou pour les autres. Un retour post-isolement est alors préconisé. Cette étude qualitative exploratoire visait à explorer les retombées du retour post-isolement par un pair aidant ayant déjà été exposé à une mesure d...
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Purpose: To develop and evaluate a "post-seclusion and/or restraint review" (PSRR) intervention implemented in an acute psychiatric care unit. Design and methods: Twelve staff members and three patients were enrolled in a participatory case study. To evaluate PSRR intervention, qualitative analysis was carried out. Seclusion and restraint use 6...
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A wide breadth of research has recognized that seclusion and restraint affects patients, staff, and organizations alike. Therefore, it is essential to understand the viewpoints of all stakeholders to improve practices. The study aimed to understand the context in which seclusion and restraint practices are employed based on the perceptions of staff...
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Background: A cohort of 11 patients with an intellectual disability and a psychiatric diagnosis present severe behavioural disorders in psychiatric hospital of Quebec in 2009. Control-measure use for this clientele has now been reduced. How do management personnel, families and care teams explain the changes? What clinical interventions did manage...
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This paper reports on an analysis of the concept of reflective practice. Reflective practice, a concept borrowed from the field of education, is widely used in nursing. However, to date, no study has explored whether this appropriation has resulted in a definition of the concept specific to the nursing discipline. A sample comprised of 42 articles...
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Objective: This paper aims to identify the main scientific literature on patient involvement in the education of health professionals. Methods: A literature review with keywords ''patient partner' OR 'service user' AND 'education'' in the CINAHL database identified 26 articles related to the involvement of patient partners in the training and ed...
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Context: It has been suggested that after an incident in which a patient has been placed in seclusion or in restraints, an intervention should be conducted after the event to ensure continuity of care and prevent recurrences. Several terms are used, and various models have been suggested for post-seclusion and/or restraint review; however, the int...
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L’article vise a repertorier les principaux ecrits scientifiques portant sur la contribution du patient partenaire d’enseignement dans les cours de professionnels de la sante. Cette recension des ecrits ciblant 26 articles permet d’identifier les differents roles du patient partenaire, ainsi que les retombees et les defis de son introduction dans l...
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Since the drop in the bed capacity of civil psychiatric hospitals, an increase in the bed capacity of forensic psychiatric care and prison units has been reported in the United States and Europe. However, in Canada, a decrease in the number of people with severe mental illness (SMI) during the last two decades in penitentiaries has been reported. A...
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Objective: To identify and describe the profiles of patients admitted to a psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU) as they relate to seclusion and restraint. Method: Multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) and cluster analysis were performed with data for 114 patients admitted to a PICU from June 8, 2010, to June 7, 2011. Results: The MCA reveal...
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Many studies report that the use of seclusion and restraint (SR) is experienced negatively by patients who experience feelings of shame, helplessness, and humiliation, and may relive previous trauma events. Since 2000, in Québec, exceptional measures like SR have been framed by a protocol. This protocol provides health care teams with guidelines fo...
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This study seeks to evaluate the predictive validity of the French version of the Dynamic Appraisal of Situational Aggression (DASAfr) and psychiatric nurses' perceptions of the clinical usefulness of the scale. The study was conducted in a 12-bed psychiatric intensive care unit in a large adult general psychiatric hospital. We found that the total...
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The purpose of this study is to describe the nursing practices recorded in reports of patient episodes of seclusion, with or without restraints, in a specialized psychiatric facility in Quebec. The reports for all adult patients secluded (n = 4863) in a psychiatric unit between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2009, were examined. Descriptive analyses w...
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This study explores and describes nursing interventions performed during episodes of seclusion with or without restraint in a psychiatric facility and examines the relationship between the interventions' local protocols and best-practice guidelines. Twenty-four nurses working in a psychiatric facility were interviewed about the nursing intervention...
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