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Title: User involvement in the implementation of clinical guidelines for common mental health disorders: a review and compilation of strategies and resources.
Authors: Moreno, Eliana M
Moriana, Juan Antonio
Keywords: Clinical practice guidelines;Health resources;Implementation;Mental health;Service users
metadata.dc.subject.mesh: Guideline Adherence
Health Education
Mental Disorders
Mental Health
Mental Health Services
Patient Participation
Practice Guidelines as Topic
Quality of Health Care
Self Care
Issue Date: 9-Aug-2016
Abstract: There is now broad consensus regarding the importance of involving users in the process of implementing guidelines. Few studies, however, have addressed this issue, let alone the implementation of guidelines for common mental health disorders. The aim of this study is to compile and describe implementation strategies and resources related to common clinical mental health disorders targeted at service users. The literature was reviewed and resources for the implementation of clinical guidelines were compiled using the PRISMA model. A mixed qualitative and quantitative analysis was performed based on a series of categories developed ad hoc. A total of 263 items were included in the preliminary analysis and 64 implementation resources aimed at users were analysed in depth. A wide variety of types, sources and formats were identified, including guides (40%), websites (29%), videos and leaflets, as well as instruments for the implementation of strategies regarding information and education (64%), self-care, or users' assessment of service quality. The results reveal the need to establish clear criteria for assessing the quality of implementation materials in general and standardising systems to classify user-targeted strategies. The compilation and description of key elements of strategies and resources for users can be of interest in designing materials and specific actions for this target audience, as well as improving the implementation of clinical guidelines.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1186/s12961-016-0135-y
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