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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Edukologija / Education (S007)
Author(s): Budreika, Giedrius
Supervisor: Kvieskienė, Giedrė
Title: Tarpdisciplininio komandinio darbo modelis institucijoje, teikiančioje psichikos sveikatos paslaugas
Other Title: Multidisciplinary team work method, providing mental health services
Extent: 86 p.
Date: 18-Jun-2005
Keywords: tendency of reforms of psichiatry in Lithuania;psichikos sveikata;komandinis darbas;mental health centre;multidisciplinary team work;tarpdisciplininė komanda
Abstract: The work concerns the peculiarity of multidisciplinary team work, providing community mental health services. Theory defines the main principles of arranging the services, overview the tendency of reforms in field of psychiatry in Lithuania, propose brief development review, overlook legislation, highlighting various professional work components in the care system. The main purpose of research is to make an evaluation of Karoliniskiu mental health center’s staff and team work peculiarities parasitizing multidisciplinary team work method. Research was made using qualitative analysis, which identifies muldisciplinary team work, measures links between various professional groups. Conclusions: it is clear, that the institution has top-down (hierarchical) interactions, uneven information sharing between professional groups: psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers. Those are the main obstacles in building multidisciplinary team work in practice and equal interaction in between professionals; in case to make the treatment of patient’s problems more effective, it is necessary to enforce team work and change the information sharing system in institution – hierarchical collaboration should be changed to equal collaborating, while every professional’s competence has equal wage in general work process.
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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