Residents' experience of ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting

Rosanna Chapman, Niamh Ingram, Leigh Collyer, Shereen Brifcani

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This survey explored service user's experiences of attending ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting. The findings highlight a need for clarity about the purpose increased involvement of other professionals and greater efforts to reduce service user anxiety.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)17-21
Number of pages5
JournalClinical Psychology Forum
Issue number279
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2016

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Chapman, R., Ingram, N., Collyer, L., & Brifcani, S. (2016). Residents' experience of ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting. Clinical Psychology Forum, (279), 17-21.

Residents' experience of ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting. / Chapman, Rosanna; Ingram, Niamh; Collyer, Leigh; Brifcani, Shereen.

In: Clinical Psychology Forum, No. 279, 03.2016, p. 17-21.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Chapman, R, Ingram, N, Collyer, L & Brifcani, S 2016, 'Residents' experience of ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting', Clinical Psychology Forum, no. 279, pp. 17-21.
Chapman R, Ingram N, Collyer L, Brifcani S. Residents' experience of ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting. Clinical Psychology Forum. 2016 Mar;(279):17-21.
Chapman, Rosanna ; Ingram, Niamh ; Collyer, Leigh ; Brifcani, Shereen. / Residents' experience of ward rounds in a forensic rehabilitation setting. In: Clinical Psychology Forum. 2016 ; No. 279. pp. 17-21.
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