There is not a single solution to reduce hospitalization and coercion, but a set of measures which, alongside each other, will allow less recourse to coercion"
, explains Jean-Paul Lanquetin, nurse in psychiatric sector and member of the Nursing Research Group based in the Rhône.
The latter is carrying out a study, one of the objectives of which is to identify the tools, knowledge, skills and forms of organization that promote less recourse to coercion.
Here are a few.
In the neighboring towns of Lille (on sector 59G21 exactly, which covers the towns of Mons-en-Barœul, Hellemmes, Lezennes, Ronchin, Faches-Thumesnil and Lesquin), psychiatry is mainly practiced outside the walls of the hospital, in the people themselves.
After requesting outpatient care, people are seen within 48 hours for an assessment.
“We also go to meet people.
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