4 edition of The locus of care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peregrine Horden and Richard Smith.|
|Series||Studies in the social history of medicine|
|Contributions||Horden, Peregrine., Smith, Richard, MB, CHB.|
|LC Classifications||HV51 .L63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||97015177|
The locus of care: families, communities, institutions and the provision of welfare since antiquity. Reviewed by Peter Bartlett. Author information Author: Peter Bartlett. Care Utilization System (LOCUS) instrument. The first part of this manual will introduce you to LOCUS, focusing on the historical context in which it was developed. The second section will focus on the rationale and principles used to define the level of care determinations. The thirdFile Size: KB.
Andrej Zentner, in Orthodontic Treatment of the Class II Noncompliant Patient, Health-Related Behavior. Health motivation, health value, and health locus of control have a strong influence on compliance with medical care 5 and orthodontic treatment. 20, 27 Recent studies suggest a beneficial influence of excellent dental appearance and of past orthodontic treatment on oral health. Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS) for behavioral health. Adoption of LOCUS/CASII/ECSII for Guidance on Clinical Criteria Descisions in the Treatment of Mental Health Conditions. The Optum Substance Use Disorder Level of Care Guidelines were retired on 1/30/19 and the ASAM Criteria are now in effect for Substance Use Disorder services as.
Family medicine in the United States is currently undergoing a transformation. Roughly a decade ago there was marked optimism among family physicians, largely because of an anticipated, well-defined central role as care managers within emerging health care models. 1,2 Such optimism, however, quickly changed to frustration and disillusionment as family physicians and other primary care. systems and the changing role of the hospital within those emerging systems. Ambulatory care, increased care in doctors’ offices, decreasing hospital reimbursement, managed care and utiliza-tion review, and other factors were reducing the long-standing role of the hospital as the major locus of care.
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The care of the needy and the sick is delivered by various groups including immediate family, the wider community, religious organisations and the State funded institutions.
The Locus of Care provides an historical perspective on welfare detailing who carers were in the past, where care was provided, and how far the boundary between family and state or informal and organised institutions have changed.
The care of the needy and the sick is delivered by various groups including immediate family, the wider community, religious organisations and the State funded institutions. The Locus of Care provides an historical perspective on welfare detailing who carers were in the past, where care was provided, and how far the boundary between family and state or informal and organised institutions Cited by: The Locus of Care provides an historical perspective on welfare detailing who carers were in the past, where care was provided, and how far the boundary between family and state or informal and organised institutions have changed over time.
Level of Care Utilization System For Psychiatric and Addiction Services Adult Version Author: Wesley Sowers M.D. on behalf of American Association of Community Psychiatrists Subject: LOCUS ADULT - March Created Date: 9/9/ PMFile Size: KB.
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LOCUS levels of care Define resources in flexible/adaptable terms Applicable to wide variety of service environments and systems Each level made up of 4 “main ingredients:” Care Environment, Clinical Services Support Services, and Crisis Resolution and Prevention Services. ATFile Size: KB.
When this is the case, the level of care recommended by LOCUS may not be available and a choice will need to be made as to whether more intensive services or less intensive services should be provided.
In most cases, the higher level of care should be selected, File Size: KB. Locus of control is an individual’s belief system regarding the causes of his or her experiences and the factors to which that person attributes success or failure.
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Carl Rogers – Locus of Evaluation ‘Locus of evaluation’ is ‘that to which people refer in order to make judgements about themselves, others and the world’ (Feltham and Dryden, ). ‘Locus’ is Latin for ‘place’, so the term describes the place from which a person makes a.
levels of care, and subsequently develops a methodology for matching clinical needs to treatment resources.
This structure for assigning appropriate level of care was first developed for LOCUS, by the American Association of Community Psychiatrists. The CALOCUS instrument is a method of quantifying the clinical severity and service needs of. Locus of Meaning and Memory, Notes on the nature of doors and passages in care settings.
Locus of control, an individual difference construct from social learning theory, has shown some promise in predicting and explaining specific health‐related behaviors. Yet compliance problems, being highly complex, are not easily reducible to a single simple by: The need for the Child and Adolescent Level of Care Utilization System (CALOCUS) stems from two trends in child and adolescent mental health.
The advent of managed care throughout the health care system in the United States as states encountered limits in their ability to fund health services, including mental health services. Size: KB. "A locus of control orientation is a belief about whether the outcomes of our actions are contingent on what we do (internal control orientation) or on events outside our personal control (external control orientation)," explained psychologist Philip Zimbardo in his book Psychology and Life.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: List of figures and tables --Notes on the contributors --acknowledgements --Introduction / Peregrine Horden and Richard Smith --pt.I Informal care: from ethnography to ancient history --Household care and informal networks: comparisons and continuities from antiquity to the.
Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS) is a level of care assessment tool being widely used by behavioral health managers and clinicians throughout the country to support accurate level of care recommendations.
There is also a child and adolescent version called CALOCUS. Locus of Control book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Pages: Locus of control is often viewed as an inborn personality component.
However, there is also evidence that it is shaped by childhood experiences—including children’s interactions with their. Get this from a library. The locus of care: families, communities, institutions, and the provision of welfare since antiquity.
[Peregrine Horden; Richard Smith;] -- The care of the needy and the sick is delivered by various groups including immediate family, the wider community, religious organisations and the State funded institutions.
The Locus of Care. The book begins with an introductory chapter that considers the psychology of memory at the global, structural level. The remainder of the volume is divided into three related parts.
The first focuses on recent approaches, which are based in part on new technology, that aim to measure and describe activity in relatively large populations of Author: Larry R. Squire.LOCUS Instrument 5 Level of Care Utilization System for Psychiatric and Addiction Services Instructions for Use Each evaluation parameter is defined along a scale of one to five.
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