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Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra

versión impresa ISSN 1137-6627


BRUGOS, A. et al. Evaluation of the social care program for persons with severe mental disorders: a Delphi study. Anales Sis San Navarra [online]. 2007, vol.30, n.1, pp.101-112. ISSN 1137-6627.

Background: In January 2005 the Government of Navarre approved the "Care Program for Persons with Severe Mental Disorder" (PA-TMG). This article is intended to ascertain the opinion of experts regarding the PA-TMG. To identify the elements of agreement in the evaluation of positive aspects and aspects that can be improved. To make recommendations on the basis of their opinions. Methods: A Delphi study was designed with 34 experts in health or social care of mentally ill persons. By means of repeated questionnaires, ideas that achieved a consensus of Ž90% were identified and a level of priority was assigned. The percentages of agreement and descriptive statistics of priority were presented, and the recommendations of analysis of the areas of consensus were drawn up. Results: Out of the 34 participating experts, 25 (71.4%) completed the study: 1 sociologist, 5 social workers, 3 psychiatrists, 5 psychologists, one representative of the families, 3 occupational therapists, 1 technician in social integration and 6 family doctors. Sixty-four percent evaluated the Plan positively, and 72% were of the opinion that it was drawn up without sufficient professional participation. All thought that it could be improved by widening the participation of experts. Conclusions: The principal ideas on which there was consensus were: socio-health care must be guaranteed by the public administration; good systems of information and evaluation must be established; the Plan must have its own budget; professional follow-up of the patient by the different mechanisms must be guaranteed; a lot of the decision making must be decentralised; access to social benefits for these patients must be universalised.

Palabras clave : Mental Health Service; Social Service.

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