Camberwell Assessment of Need: Forensic Version (2nd Edition)


Camberwell Assessment of Need: Forensic Version  (2nd Edition)
Mike Slade, Stuart Thomas
NZ$ 77.99
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NZ$ 62.39
Not defined - 152pg
29 Apr 2021 UK
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The Camberwell Assessment of Need Forensic Version (CANFOR) is a tool for assessing the needs of people with mental health problems who are in contact with forensic services. It is based on the CAN, a widely used needs assessment for people with severe mental health problems. Individual needs are assessed in 25 areas of life, spanning health, social, clinical and functional domains. Comprehensive versions are available for research (CANFOR-R) and clinical use (CANFOR-C), as well as a short summary version (CANFOR-S) suitable for both research and clinical use. CANFOR was rigorously developed by a multidisciplinary team at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, and is suitable for use in all forensic mental health and prison settings. This second edition provides an update of the CANFOR tools and their application in clinical and research settings. The assessment forms are freely available to download from the CAN website (researchintorecovery. com/can) and cambridge. org.
' All forensic mental health services need a validated needs assessment tool, which includes clinician and patient ratings. The CANFOR is eminently fit for purpose. This revised version is the full package, with abbreviated and research versions, translations, a comprehensive training program and all necessary forms. The revision is thoughtful, contemporary and highly accessible. The CANFOR is strongly recommended, and will provide forensic mental health services with a tool that not only supports evidence-based recovery, but can inform service planning and therapeutic interventions. ' Danny Sullivan, Executive Director of Clinical Services, Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia
Stuart Thomas is Professor of Forensic Mental Health at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. His main research interests focus on law enforcement and public health, outcome measurement in forensic mental health, stigma and lived experience perspectives. Mike Slade is Professor of Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion at the University of Nottingham, UK. His main research interests are recovery-focused and outcome-focused mental health services, including Recovery Colleges, lived experience narratives, citizenship, wellbeing, needs assessment and developing measures, e. g. INSPIRE, CAN, TAG. His research is described at researchintorecovery. com

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