Collaborative Handover. Mental health nursing handover involving clients

  • Reed, Fiona (Primary Chief Investigator (PCI))
  • Olasoji, Michael (Chief Investigator (CI))
  • Plummer, Virginia (Associate Investigator (AI))
  • Shaw, Liam (Associate Investigator (AI))
  • Jacob, Sini (Associate Investigator (AI))
  • Shanti, Michelle (Associate Investigator (AI))
  • Cross, Wendy (Associate Investigator (AI))

Project: Research

Project Details

Project Description

This study seeks to examine the effectiveness of patient involvement in the nursing handover process on an adult acute mental health in-patient unit (2 West) at Peninsula Health. The study aims to establish guidelines to inform nursing handover and enhance quality and safety of care outcomes on the acute mental health in-patient unit. The study will be conducted in three phases. There would be 2 groups of participants involved in the study; Groups 1 & 2 (mental health clients) and Group 3 (mental health nurses) of the acute mental health in-patient unit. This is a mixed method study which would include an anonymous survey of mental health nurses working on the acute mental health in-patient unit and focus group interviews with clients.      The study was funded by  DHS $50,000.
Short titleCollaborative Handover
AcronymNHIC
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date2/05/1513/07/16