Adapting and Implementing Open Dialogue in the Scandinavian Countries: A Scoping Review

Publikation: Forskning - peer reviewReview (oversigtsartikel)

  • Niels Buus
  • Aida Bikic
  • Elise Kragh Jacobsen
  • Klaus Müller-Nielsen
  • Jørgen Aagaard
  • Camilla Blach Rossen

Abstrakt

Open Dialogue is a resource-oriented mental health approach, which mobilises a crisis-struck person's psychosocial network resources. This scoping review 1) identifies the range and nature of literature on the adoption of Open Dialogue in Scandinavia in places other than the original sites in Finland, and 2) summarises this literature. We included 33 publications. Most studies in this scoping review were published as "grey" literature and most grappled with how to implement Open Dialogue faithfully. In the Scandinavian research context, Open Dialogue was mainly described as a promising and favourable approach to mental health care.

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Detaljer

Open Dialogue is a resource-oriented mental health approach, which mobilises a crisis-struck person's psychosocial network resources. This scoping review 1) identifies the range and nature of literature on the adoption of Open Dialogue in Scandinavia in places other than the original sites in Finland, and 2) summarises this literature. We included 33 publications. Most studies in this scoping review were published as "grey" literature and most grappled with how to implement Open Dialogue faithfully. In the Scandinavian research context, Open Dialogue was mainly described as a promising and favourable approach to mental health care.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftIssues in Mental Health Nursing
Sider (fra-til)1-11
Antal sider11
ISSN0161-2840
DOI
StatusE-pub ahead of print - 6 feb. 2017
ID: 251950249