Background

As part of developments within the Women's and Children's Hospital (WCH), Boylan Ward, CAMHS Inpatient ward at the Hospital is moving and being updated.  Expected to completed by early 2021, the new Boylan Ward will include an outside area, a 4 bed Low Stimulus High Dependency Unit as well as individual rooms for each young person/patient and extra 'clinical' rooms to support contact between young people and needed services.. 

This anticipated change has provided a great opportunity to  reflect on research and evaluations; results of continuing consumer, carer and key partner contributions; the political, environmental, social climates and other elements at play in the Mental Health context in defining Boylan’s model of care ‘as is’ and ‘could be’ into the future. 

 CAMHS Executive would like to take the opportunity to thank the Project Team who was crucial in the development of this important piece of work.
 
Your feedback for this MoC will help ensure that Boylan Ward Inpatient Services is a dynamic, world class leader now and into the future.

 Please provide your feedback based on the document attached to the email.  

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* 1. Are you a ?

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* 2. If you are a Key Partner, which agency or service are you from?

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* 3. Do you have overall feedback on the draft Model of Care for Boylan Unit?

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* 4. Do you have any comments on the section 'Who are our clients?'  (pp 6 - 7)

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* 5. Do you have any feedback on the section: 'What Underpins Our Care'? (pp 9 - 11)

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* 6. Is there anything you would take out - or add in?

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* 7. Do you have any feedback on the section, 'Who are we?'  Note this section includes staff within the Boylan Ward as well as key partners within the WCH, CAMHS and outside agencies.  (pp 11 - 12)  

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* 8. Do you have any feedback on the section, 'Stages of Care'? (pp 12 - 15).  Note this section includes several proposed new features including the introduction of multiple complex behavioural assessments, the introduction of the low stimulus high dependency  unit.

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* 9. Do you have any feedback on the section, 'How do we know we are making a difference'?

 How well do you think that the proposed Model of Care for Boylan Ward will enable

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* 10. Person and Family Centred Care

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* 11. Recovery Model of Mental Health

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* 12. Clinical Evidence pertaining to best practice in mental health treatement

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* 13. Do you have any final comments on the proposed Boylan Model of Care

Thank you for your responses.  Once all the feedback has been received, it will be reviewed and changes made as needed prior to being endorsed by CAMHS and WCHN Executive.  Once complete updates will be provided via the CAMHS and WCHN webpages.
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