Bref outil de dépistage en santé mentale (BDSM) interRAI, manuel de l’utilisateur et formulaires d’évaluation, BMHS Canadian French Edition

TitleBref outil de dépistage en santé mentale (BDSM) interRAI, manuel de l’utilisateur et formulaires d’évaluation, BMHS Canadian French Edition
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsHirdes JP, Hoffman R, Brown GP, Barbaree H, Curtin-Telegdi N, Morris JN, Berg K, Björkgren M, Declercq A, Finne-Soveri H, Fries BE, Frijters D, Gray L, Head MJ, Henrard J-C, James ML, Ljunggren G, Martin L, Meehan B, Smith TF, Steel K, Stewart SL, Szczerbińska K, Topinková E
EditionVersion 9.3, Canadian French Edition
Number of Pages46
PublisherinterRAI
CityWashington, DC
Publication LanguageFrench
ISBN Number978-1-62255-039-5
KeywordsDiagnosis, Mental Disorders, Needs Assessment
Abstract

The Canadian French edition of "Bref outil de dépistage en santé mentale (BDSM) interRAI, manuel de l’utilisateur et formulaires d’évaluation : Un outil d’évaluation préliminaire à l’usage des policiers et des autres fournisseurs de services de première ligne" is translated from the English "interRAI Brief Mental Health Screener (BMHS) Assessment Form and User’s Manual: A Screening Level Assessment for Use by Police Officers and Other Front-line Service Providers." The interRAI BMHS is based on and intended to complement the interRAI Mental Health (MH) Assessment System for In-Patient Psychiatry, the interRAI Community Mental Health (CMH) Assessment System, and the interRAI Emergency Screener for Psychiatry (ESP). It was developed to assist front-line police officers and community service providers to identify and respond to persons with mental health concerns. The interRAI BMHS is designed as a brief screener only, with two versions of the form. The interRAI "Formulaire d’évaluation du service de police" (BMHS-Police) is intended for use by front-line police officers and the interRAI "Formulaire d’évaluation générale" (BMHS-General) is designed for use by community organizations (for example, neighborhood outreach programs, emergency medical services).