Finding the Right Mix: How Do Contextual Factors Affect Collaborative Mental Health Care in Ontario?
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The purpose of this research was (i) to describe the factors that
affect collaboration among mental health service providers of
different disciplines, (ii) to understand the mix of providers in
existing collaborative care models, and (iii) to develop a framework
to better understand the barriers and facilitators to
interdisciplinary collaborative mental health delivery using Ontario
as a case example. We draw upon the academic and policy literature and
in-depth interviews with key informants from the disciplines of family
medicine, psychiatry, psychology, social work, and nursing to identify
factors that are important to the successful development of
interdisciplinary collaborative mental health care.
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