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2019-01-09

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Christa Straßmayr, Gabriele Niedermayer, Heinz Katschnig

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In a qualitative study using thematic analysis of focus group interviews with service users their perspectives and experiences concerning the process of seeking admission to psychiatric inpatient care in Austria were explored. The aim of the study was to better understand service users' motivation, decisions and actions in the process of seeking psychiatric hospitalisation. Results show that admission to psychiatric inpatient care was often sought directly without a referral from an outpatient service. An important motivation was the lack of availability of alternatives to inpatient care in situations of a severe acute crisis. In this situation service users often found themselves in a conflict between positive expectations related to symptom improvement and a protective environment, and memories of previous negative experiences, such as stigma and coercion. Coercion and involuntary admission were recurring topics in the narratives of the focus group participants, not only of those who had actually experienced such situations. Seeking hospitalisation was considered as enormously burdening, which was intensified in many cases by the experience of refusal of hospitalisation by the staff. Overall, service users stressed that they found themselves at the lower end of the decision hierarchy, with relatives, doctors, ambulance services and police having more impact on the decision about a psychiatric hospitalisation. Suggestions for improving psychiatric care derived from the analysis include a better coordination between inpatient and outpatient care and the creation of alternative services which are located between the acute inpatient services and the selective ambulatory services in the outpatient sector. More... »

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