Implementation Science for closing the treatment gap for mental disorders by translating evidence base into practice: experiences from the PRIME project

Abstract

This paper utilizes the experience of PRIME (Programme for Improving Mental health care) to exemplify how implementation science provides key insights and approaches to closing the treatment gap for mental disorders. It concludes that the real-world application of strategies described in the implementation science literature, accompanied by use of alternative, rigorous evaluation methods to assess their impact on patient outcomes, can help in closing the mental health treatment gap in disadvantaged populations.

Citation

Shidhaye, R. Implementation Science for closing the treatment gap for mental disorders by translating evidence base into practice: experiences from the PRIME project. Australasian Psychiatry (2015) 23 (6 Suppl) 35-37. [DOI: 10.1177/1039856215609771]

Implementation Science for closing the treatment gap for mental disorders by translating evidence base into practice: experiences from the PRIME project

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