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Iowax_Sept._25x_98 - Transdisciplinary Collaboration...

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Transdisciplinary Collaboration Project: Outcomes Phyllis M. Connolly, PhD, RN, CS President, American Psychiatric Nurses Association http://www.apna.org Professor, School of Nursing, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 95192-0057 408-924-3144; e-mail, [email protected]
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Transdisciplinary Collaboration Project San Jose State University San Jose State University Office of Sponsored Programs Office of Sponsored Programs College of Applied Sciences and Arts College of Applied Sciences and Arts School of Nursing  School of Nursing  Nurse Managed Centers Nurse Managed Centers Department of Occupational Therapy Department of Occupational Therapy Therapeutic Recreation Program Therapeutic Recreation Program College of Social Work College of Social Work Faculty and Students Faculty and Students Revised 6/98 Revised 6/98 CA Dept. CA Dept. of of Mental Mental Health Health Santa Clara Santa Clara County County Mental Mental Health Health Santa Clara County Santa Clara County Alliance for the Alliance for the Mentally Ill Mentally Ill ALLIANCE for  ALLIANCE for  Community Care Community Care Zoe House Zoe House Crossroads Village Crossroads Village Casa Feliz Casa Feliz Residents Residents Staff Staff Families Families
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Through collaborative efforts, provide quality, cost effective services for persons with serious mental illness living in the community while simultaneously preparing future mental health professionals for practice. Project Goal
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Theoretical Frameworks Jeger & Slotnick’s Behavioral-Ecological Perspective Community Mental Health Moller- Murphy: Relapse, Recovery, Rehabilitation Omaha Nursing Documentation System Deming’s Total Quality Management Donabedian Quality: Structure, Process & Outcome
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Behavioral Ecological Model of Community Mental Health Laws Laws Administration of Administration of Justice Justice Community Community Friends and Peers Friends and Peers Laws Laws Mental Health  Mental Health  System System Social Policy Social Policy Legislation Legislation Church Church Family Family University University Training of Training of Professionals Professionals Person Person
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Behavioral-ecological Perspective Specific values: Promoting individual competence Enhancing psychological sense of community Supporting cultural diversity Interventions seek to: Optimize human development Enhance coping and mastery skills Enhance organizational and community strengths Improved quality of life Improved quality of life
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Definition Collaboration A dynamic transforming process of creating a power sharing partnership for pervasive application in health care practice, education, research, & organizational settings for the purposeful attention to needs and problems in order to achieve likely successful outcomes (Sullivan, 1998, p. 6)
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