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Guidelines for establishing peer support programs in emergency services

by Robyn Robinson

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Published by P. Murdoch in Cheltenham, Australia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emergency Medical Services,
  • Self-Help Groups,
  • Psychology,
  • Health Personnel

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobyn Robinson, Patricia Murdoch, in association with the Victorian Combined Emergency Services, Critical Incident Stress Advisory Committee
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 39 pages :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26336907M
    ISBN 100646039156
    ISBN 109780646039152
    OCLC/WorldCa27228069

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Guidelines for establishing peer support programs in emergency services by Robyn Robinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

An adapted peer support program will have a higher likelihood of success when it maintains fidelity to established peer support frameworks (i.e. four key functions) while modifying program components to fit the target population, increase cultural competency, address the needs of the community, and allow integration with the local health system.

Portions of this section adapted from The Self-Help Leader's Handbook: Leading Effective Meetings by Adrienne Paine-Andrews, Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar, Stephen B. Fawcett, and Leslie Borck Jameson, with the collaboration of Melody G.

Embree, published by the Research and Training Center on Independent Living at the University of Kansas. A peer provider (e.g. certified peer specialist, peer support specialist, recovery coach) is a person who uses his or her lived experience of recovery from mental illness and/or addiction, plus skills learned in formal training, to deliver services in behavioral health settings to promoteFile Size: KB.

Peer support relies on non-hierarchical, reciprocal relationships, which provide a flexible supplement to formal health system services for people with diabetes. In addition, peer support fosters understanding and trust of health care staff among groups who otherwise may.

Author(s): Robinson,Robyn Title(s): Guidelines for establishing peer support programs in emergency services/ Robyn Robinson, Patricia Murdoch, in association with the Victorian Combined Emergency Services, Critical Incident Stress Advisory Committee.

Country of Publication: Australia Publisher: Cheltenham, Australia: P. Murdoch, c is that Members can get an emergency care appointment in 1 hour, an urgent care appointment in 48 hours, and a routine care appointment in 10 business days.

• 70% of Members had an Emergency Support Provider response in 60 minutes. • The average Emergency service response time was 74 minutes. • 97% of providers were able to offer an. Emergency Department Clinical Guidelines & Protocols The clinical guidelines and references provided on this website are developed by the department of emergency medicine at Maine Medical Center.

The information is believed, but not guaranteed to be correct. Establish linkages between providers of mental health and substance abuse services and community-based programs, including peer support programs.

Coordinate services among suicide prevention and intervention programs, health care systems, and accredited local crisis Size: KB. Recovery services and supports must be flexible. What may work for adults may be very different for youth or older adults. For example, the nature of social supports, peer mentors, and recovery coaching for adolescents is different than for adults and older adults.

Supporting recovery requires that mental health and addiction services. Peer Recovery Support Centers. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health Bureau of Substance Addiction Services supports seven Peer Recovery Support Centers throughout the Commonwealth.

These centers, located in Brockton, Greenfield, Lawrence, Marlborough, Roxbury, South Boston, and Worcester serve as safe places for people in recovery from.

Structured Outpatient Addiction Program (SOAP) consists of short-term, clinically intensive, structured, day and/or evening substance use disorder services. These programs are used as a transition service in the continuum of care for: Members being discharged from community-basedFile Size: KB.

Peer support can occur within, outside or around traditional mental health services and programs, between two people or in groups.

Peer support is increasingly being offered through digital health like text messaging and smartphone apps. Peer support is a key concept in the recovery approach and in consumer-operated services programs. Peer recovery support services (PRSS) are increasingly being employed in a range of clinical settings to assist individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) and co-occurring psychological disorders.

PRSS are peer-driven mentoring, education, and support ministrations delivered by individuals who, because of their own experience with SUD and SUD recovery, are experientially qualified to Cited by: 4. Level II peer support: (1) Level II peer support is provided by members of an agency-recognized peer support team functioning within state statute and/or department policy and operational guidelines, (2) Level II peer support is provided by persons trained in peer support, (3) Level II peer support interactions are characterized by elements of.

Guidelines for establishing and maintaining peer support programs in emergency services / Robyn Robinson, Patricia Murdoch Robinson, Robyn [ Book: ]. PEER SUPPORT SERVICES (CPSS) DOCUMENTATION AUDIT TOOL 10/31/12, updated 2/22/ Page 4 of 4 Complete questions 34 if the individual is discharged: QUESTION DEFINITION Is a discharge summary present in the record.

A discharge summary must be present if the individual has not received services for 6 months unless the provider hasFile Size: KB. Provide advanced training and support for professional development 7. Support retention in care of HIV-positive key population members.

Clinical Services. General considerations for establishing and providing clinical services: 1. Assess current services and the service needs of key populations. Size: 1MB. drive the programs and services •Accountabilityto the greater recovery community to help and support •Continued public education & awareness to reduce stigma and help community members understand that recovery is possible •Continued policy advocacy •Offer peer-based and other recovery support services that support multiple pathways of File Size: KB.

Standards and guidelines direct alcohol and other drug service providers to ensure safe, accessible and professional treatment services. AOD workforce. The Victorian alcohol and other drug treatment services workforce operates in a complex environment.

The government is. For information about plans not linked here, please call the Public Safety or Emergency Services staff at Regional Coordination Guide The Regional Coordination Guide Base Plan and Emergency Support Function Annexes provide an all-hazard, capabilities-based guide designed to address any of the hazards potentially affecting the.

South Dakota State University adheres to AA/EEO guidelines in offering educational programs and services. The purpose of the Emergency and Crisis Management Plan is to establish policies, procedures, and guidelines for responding to a crisis or emergency that could threaten the health, safety, and participation Veterans Peer Support LineFile Size: KB.Effective disaster response activities rely on flexible communications and information systems that provide a common operating picture to emergency management/response personnel and their affiliated organizations.

Properly planned, established, and applied communications enable the dissemination of information among command and support elements and, as appropriate, cooperating agencies and.Over the last three decades, there has been worldwide recognition of peer support contributions to improve mental healthcare provision.

However, in the current literature, little attention has been paid to exploring perspectives of peer supporters on their involvement in mental health services provision. The purpose of the present study was to examine peer supporters’ perspectives on the Author: Cheryl Forchuk.