The appropriateness of DUNDRUM-3 and DUNDRUM-4 for Māori in forensic mental health services in New Zealand: participatory action research
作者: Julie Wharewera-MikaErana CooperNick WikiKiri PrenticeTrudie FieldJames CavneyDavid KaireBrian McKenna
作者单位: 1Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
2Auckland Regional Forensic Psychiatry Services, Waitemata District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand
3Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
刊名: BMC Psychiatry, 2020, Vol.20 (2), pp.123-127
来源数据库: Springer Nature Journal
DOI: 10.1186/s12888-020-2468-x
关键词: Structured clinical judgementDUNDRUM toolkitMāoriForensic mental health services
英文摘要: Abstract(#br)Background(#br)The Auckland Regional Forensic Psychiatry Services (ARFPS) in New Zealand has introduced structured clinical judgment instruments developed in Ireland (DUNDRUM-3 and DUNDRUM-4) to assist staff decision-making regarding service users’ clinical pathways. In New Zealand, Māori (the indigenous people) constitute 43% of the in-patient forensic mental health population. The aim of this study was to determine the face validity of the measures for Māori. Methods(#br)Participatory Action Research was aligned with a kaupapa Māori (Māori-orientated) research approach, to give full recognition to Māori cultural values. Two hui (gatherings) were held with Māori clinical and cultural experts at the service. The first hui ( n = 12), explored the cultural appropriateness of...
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