Rosalind Hill's scientific contributions

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Current policies on psychology input for acute wards emphasise the delivety of therapies. The effectiveness of these may be limited by the setting. This paper considers indices of effectiveness and presents a model aimed at developing team thinking.


... Our service, as depicted in Table I, provided a multifaceted input, which complied with national guidelines and policies. The input, as recommended by McGowan and Hill (2009), was delivered on all three levels of acute therapeutic work, including: direct client-therapist contact, indirect MDT work, and strategic organisational activity in the care environment. Individual assessments, interventions and group work complied with NICE guidelines and were delivered predominantly within a cognitive-behavioural approach. ...