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Project: Health Reform of Child Mental Services

DFID.1999.A
01/01/1999 - 01/02/2001 (ongoing project)

Project goals

Develop the opportunity for the specialised preparation of the personnel of various profiles to work with children with mental deseases; creation of teams of various profile specialists to work with the children with mental deseases; change the stationary treatment of the children with mental deseases to the out-patient care; develop reports for diagnostic and treatment of mental deseases, based on the priciples of evidence based medicine; conduct clinical audit, which copmares the results of providing multy-profile help at the day care centers with the results of traditional stationary treatment of mental deseases of the children; establish and keep effective correlation with the professionals, keeping the reform of the system of medical services of the children with mental deseases.

Results

The Project aimed to improve the system of mental health care for children with mental diseases through introduction of inter-sectoral and integrative approach. The major results of the Project are:


  • Multi-sectoral approach was introduced in the system of mental health care to children and adolescents with mental health problems;
  • Programme on teaching of multi-sectoral social personnel is developed. 16 social workers who will also play a role of trainers were prepared;
  • Multi–sectoral teams of specialists to work with children and adolescent were created in the pilot regions;
  • Practical Guidelines on organization of multi-sectoral teams of specialists within the system of mental health care for children and adolescent are developed and approved by the Ministry of Health of RF;
  • Diagnostic and treatment protocols for children mental diseases were reviewed, based on principals of evidence based medicine;
  • Changes of treatment protocols for children’s mental diseases lead to substitution of inpatient care to outpatient care and decreasing of a number of beds in mental hospitals and length of stay of patients with mental diseases;
  • Practical Guidelines for psychiatrists on children and adolescent diseases were developed.

  • Location

  • Sverdlovsk oblast
  • Related Organisations

    Counterparts:   Sverdlovsk Oblast Psychiatric Hospital
    Beneficiaries:   Health Department of Sverdlovskaya oblast
    Financiers:   Department for International Development (DFID)
    Contractors:   British non-profit organization Healthprom

    Project Budget

    no information

    Personnel

    The following table contains the persons involved in the project and the organisations they belong to. In order to get contact details about a person or an organisation, please click on its name.

     
    Position in project
    Name of
    the Expert
     
    Current work place
    Place of
    Performance
    Long-term expert from the Russin side Potasheva A.
    Lead Consultant Nicol R.
    Monitorinf and Estimating Team Jenkins R.
    Long-term expert from the Russian side Levina I.
    Long-term expert from the Russian side Malakhova O.
    Monitoring and Estimating Team McDonald I.
    Director of the Project from Russian side Gafurov V.
    Manager of the Project UK Bick M.

    Project Documents

    The following table lists the documents created by or used in the project. In order to see details about a document, or to download it, please click on its title or on 'details'.

    Document Type Title Format More...
    Articles The British uncle promised… - Uralsky rabochiy. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Information material Pervouralsk child and adolescent service of mental health: leaflet. - Russian-British Project of Health Prom Association, ‘Child Mental Health’ Know-How fund. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Methodological materials Organisation of the multiple profile teams in the children-teenagers psychiatric service in Sverdlovsk region: Practical recommendations. - Ekaterinburg, 2001. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Methodological materials Practical guidelines on child-adolescent psychiatry: British approach. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Protocols Modern aspects of organization of the mental health services for children: Proceedings of the regional conference, Ekaterinbourg, February 24-25, 1999. - Yekaterinburg, 1999. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Reports Experience of the international collaboration in the children’s psychiatry in the Sverdlovsk region. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Reports Output to purpose summary / DfID Project - Health Reform of Child Mental Health Service: Snapshot Report. This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Topics: 

    This project is characterised by the topics below. Please click on one of these topics to see a list of other projects with that topic.

    Adolescent health

    Children’s health

    Mental health and mental disorders

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     The project is funded by WHO/CIDA Health Care Policy and Stewardship Programme in Russia
     Developed in co-operation with the EU funded Tacis "North West Health Replication Project"
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