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For a quality standard that addresses care for adults with schizophrenia who are seen in an emergency department or admitted to a hospital inpatient setting, please refer to Schizophrenia: Care for Adults in Hospitals.
Know what quality care looks like, based on evidence and expert consensus (updated in 2023)
Patients: know what to ask for in your care (updated in 2023)
A quick-reference resource for clinicians that summarizes the quality standard and includes links to helpful resources and tools
Quality improvement tools and resources for health care professionals, including an action plan template. For best results, please view the guide on your desktop using Adobe Reader Tools to support patient care
Tools to support patient care
Know what successful quality standard implementation looks like, based on examples from the field
Share why this standard was created and the data behind it, to get the support you need to put it into practice (updated in 2023)
Identify where there are gaps in care in your region, to inform resource planning and improvement efforts (updated in 2023)
See the technical specifications for the indicators within the quality standard (updated in 2023)
We have prepared a summary of the public feedback we received for this quality standard. If you would like a copy of this report, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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