Clinical Effectiveness in Psychotherapy and Mental Health: Strategies and Resources for Effective Clinical Governance

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Susan McPherson, Phil Richardson, Penny Leroux
Karnac, 2003 - Psychology - 154 pages
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'Clinical Effectiveness'; 'Clinical Governance'; 'Clinical Audit'; 'Clinical Guidelines': these are all vitally important to the UK government's quality agenda for the NHS; all are apparently about clinical practice and yet all lead to a fair amount of confusion for the average practitioner. Despite the often confusing wealth of literature on the subject, little, if any, refers specifically to psychological treatment services.

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Phil Richardson was a clinical psychologist and qualified as a psychoanalyst with the British Psychoanalytical Society. He was Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Essex and Head of Psychology at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust where he was also Director of the Psychotherapy Evaluation Research Unit.

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