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PROactive Management of Integrated

Services & Environments

PROGRESS PROCESS PROMOTE PROTECT

PROMISE

Eliminating Reliance On Force

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Explore the fundamental contradiction at the heart of mental health services between care and control using quantitative and qualitative methodology.

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Coproduce an evidence based, pragmatic, replicable, proactive care toolkit that eliminates reliance on force in mental health services.

Aims & Objectives

Enable and encourage frontline bottom up proactive care initiatives and to chart the journey so that it can be further developed.

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Engage staff and patients in coproducing and collating initiatives into a toolkit of proactive care.

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Evaluate the effectiveness of the toolkit in reducing the use of force in mental health services.

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PROMISE is a CPFT project funded and supported by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care East of England (CLAHRC EOE).

Progress Report: 04/11/2014

PROMISE (PROactive Management of Integrated Services and Environments) is a paradigm of coproducing an alternative discourse in Mental Health Care. A discourse that creates hope, agency and empowers patients to take the driving seat in moving towards life beyond illness. A discourse that empowers staff to re-innovate the wheel and continuously improve on the small changes that make a big difference. A discourse in which patients and professionals can empower each other to eliminate reliance on force across the entire recovery journey.


Vision:     Promote dignity by eliminating force in mental health


Mission:  Create a global knowledge network for proactive practice


Values:    Care: Caring response to all distress

Courage: Courage to challenge the status quo

Coproduce: Coproduce novel solutions


Ethos: Navigating Rocky Waters captures the recovery ethos of PROMISE

Values, Mission & Vision

Original Aims & Objectives