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From experimentation to mental health policy : "un chez soi d'abord" program implementation of an evidence based pratice in France and contruction of evaluation toolbox / Raphael Bouloudine ; orient. Benedetto Saraceno

Main Author Bouloudnine, Raphael Eric Secondary Author Saraceno, Benedetto Language Inglês. Country Portugal. Publication Lisboa : NOVA Medical School, Faculdade de Ciências Médicas, 2017 Description 84 p. : il. ; 30 cm Dissertation Note or Thesis: Dissertação de Mestrado, Política e Serviços de Saúde Mental, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Topical name Housing first
Assertive Community
Academic Dissertation
CDU 616 Classification Política e Serviços de Saúde Menta Online Resources Click here to access the eletronic resource List(s) this item appears in: Teses NL
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Dissertação de Mestrado, Política e Serviços de Saúde Mental, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

As a departure from theideological debate that has preoccupied French psychiatry since its inception, the French government has chosen for the first time in the field of mental health to implement an evidence-­-based intervention model incorporating powerful scientific research. The clinical trial of Housing First has permitted the scientific validation of the efficiency of this model in the French context. The second step is crucial: The implementation of the programme in 20 cities. It is an axiom of programme evaluation that an intervention is unlikely be effective if it is not implemented appropriately. If the effectiveness of any intervention depends in part on the quality of its implementation,this is particularly true for the Housing First model. In this work, we focus on this main question: In order to appropriately implement a validated model after an experimental phase, which evaluation tools can be used to evaluate and monitor whether an intervention has been implemented as planned? We first analyze the creation of the specifications.Then, new requirements are emerging, in particular evaluation and monitoring issues,which until now have been outsourced to the research teams. We shall thus see how a toolbox can be developed based on the specifications allowing these questions of evaluation and monitoring to be answered precisely with regard to two specific objectives: Respect for the intervention models, as well as maintaining the dynamic of appropriation of the programme by both professionals and users.

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