mhsds-2508 SWEEEPS


Timeline Group label Sweep Group Sweep Title Participant age Starts Ends Scale Provision, Receipt, Need? Topic(s) Focus Informant: Multiple rater? Reporting Term Question(s) Response scale Standard instrument? Notes Physical Health Measures
MHSDS v1.1 mhsds-2508 January 2015 January 2016 Use of day centres and other care services - anonymous Receipt; NHS funded care provider manager No Current

A data item requested to be collected by NHS funded care providers is:

Anonymous self-assessments that are completed by a patient where the patient is subject of a referral to a Mental Health Service and the service has issued the self-assessment for completion.
This table is not linked to the rest of MHSDS at patient level and included records cannot be linked to specific individuals in any way.

[J01] Resource Centre premises: A Mental Health, Learning Disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder Resource Centre is the focus for the provision of mental health, learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder care services to a specific area of the community. It acts as the base of a multi-professional team whose core purpose is to provide community-based care for mental health, learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder clients of all ages. The care usually comprises assessment, treatment and rehabilitation via domiciliary, consultant and other HCP outpatient, day hospital and outreach services, delivered at the centre, in the client’s home and other suitable venues.

[B01] / [B02] Health Centre premises: A health centre is a facility which is used for the provision of primary care services and a range of community health services. It provides a standard of amenity which it is not easy to provide in a traditional consulting room. Services provided include General Medical services and nursing services and may in addition include AHP services, other primary care services and specialist services.

[H01] Day Centre premises: Daytime care for the needs of people who cannot be fully independent: such as children or the elderly. Day care centres can offer the person you care for an opportunity to take on new hobbies and arrange days out, and they can also provide you with a break from caring. Day care centres are run by social services departments, or voluntary organisations, such as charities

[D01] / D02] / [D03] Walk In Centres, Out of Hours Premises and Emergency Community Dental Services: NHS Walk-in Centres are predominantly nurse–led primary care facilities dealing with illnesses and injuries – including infections and rashes, fractures and lacerations, emergency contraception and advice, stomach upsets, cuts and bruises, or minor burns and strains – without the need to register or make an appointment. They are not designed for treating long-term conditions or immediately life-threatening problems.


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