The Therapeutic Engagement Questionnaire (TEQ): a service user-focused mental health nursing outcome metric

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Chambers, M., McAndrew, S., Nolan, F., Thomas, B., Watts, P., Grant, R. and Kentaris, X. (2019). The Therapeutic Engagement Questionnaire (TEQ): a service user-focused mental health nursing outcome metric. BMC Psychiatry. 19 (384). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-019-2326-x
AuthorsChambers, M., McAndrew, S., Nolan, F., Thomas, B., Watts, P., Grant, R. and Kentaris, X.
Abstract

Therapeutic engagement (TE) has been described as the crux of mental health nursing but despite its perceived importance, to date, there is no measurement tool that captures it as a result,there is no way of determining the contribution of mental health nursing interaction to service user recovery, in mental health settings or the wider care quality agenda.

KeywordsTherapeutic Engagement, Mental Health Nurse, Service Users, Metric
Year2019
JournalBMC Psychiatry
Journal citation19 (384)
PublisherBMC
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-019-2326-x
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Accepted06 Nov 2019
Deposited24 Aug 2021
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