Camilla Lauritzen
University of Tromsø
WelfarePsychiatryMental healthHealth administrationPeer reviewPublic healthPsychologyNursingHealth careAlternative medicinePerspective (graphical)Psychological interventionMental illnessKnowledge transferLegislationWorkforceChild protectionClinical PracticeIntervention (counseling)Mental health careMentally illAffect (psychology)Medical educationFamily medicineNorwegianClinical psychologyMedicine
45Publications
10H-index
234Citations
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#1Camilla Lauritzen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 10
#2Charlotte ReedtzH-Index: 9
Parental mental illness is a powerful risk factor, with a potential of serious impact for the children. Mental health problems are often transmitted from one generation to the next. Parental mental illness is however considered to be a malleable risk-factor, which means there are measures that can be taken to counteract the risk. Nevertheless, transferring this knowledge to the field of parental mental illness has been very difficult. The aim of the current study was to explore the relationship ...
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This article addresses the issue of parental mental illness. The theoretical background and rationale for developing new routines to change clinical practice is described, suggesting a policy change in which a child focus is implemented in adult mental health services. Furthermore, proposed strategies that have the potential of being effective within existing health care systems are discussed.
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#1Helene EngH-Index: 2
#2Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
Last. Monica MartinussenH-Index: 43
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Background Although more knowledge about effective interventions is frequently developed, most services in Norway are not evidence based. Part of the reason might be that practitioners and decision-makers do not know which interventions have scientific evidence for effectiveness and that they don’t search for information in traditional research literature. Although the evidence base of available interventions is growing, little research has been conducted on implementation strategies to bridge t...
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
Jeg har kun innhentet tillatelse til a inkludere de publiserte artiklene mine i avhandlingen, ikke i Munin. Videre har jeg en upublisert artikkel med som jeg onsker a vente pa. Nar det gjelder sammenbindingskapitlet sa er det godt mulig at jeg skal omarbeide den til artikkel etterpa, sa jeg onsker derfor ikke at den offentliggjores pa dette tidspunkt.
#1Camilla Lauritzen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 10
#2Charlotte Reedtz (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 9
Last. Monica Martinussen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 43
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Background Mental health problems are often transmitted from one generation to the next. This knowledge has led to changes in Norwegian legislation, making it mandatory to assess whether or not patients have children, and to provide necessary support for the children of mentally ill patients. The main purpose of this study was to evaluate the process of implementing new routines in adult mental health services to identify and support children of mentally ill parents.
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#1Camilla Lauritzen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 10
#2Hilde Buvik Sivertsen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 1
The mental health of children seeking asylum and their families is a somewhat neglected area of research. Research on refugee children and children living with adversities suggests that environmental factors are crucial in preventing mental health problems. In this study, we aim to identify central environmental conditions that affect the mental health of children living with their families at governmental asylum processing centres in northern Norway. This study has a qualitative design, and is ...
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#1Monica Martinussen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 43
#2Frode Adolfsen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 8
Last. Astrid M. Richardsen (BI Norwegian Business School)H-Index: 19
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The main purpose of this study was, firstly, to evaluate the effect of an intervention aimed at improving interprofessional collaboration and service quality, and secondly, to examine if collaboration could predict burnout, engagement and service quality among human service professionals working with children and adolescents. The intervention included the establishment of local interprofessional teams and offering courses. The sample was recruited from six different small municipalities in North...
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#1Charlotte ReedtzH-Index: 9
#2Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
Last. Karin T. M. van DoesumH-Index: 18
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Background: According to new Norwegian laws, mental healthcare for adults are obligated to assess all patients who are parents and to act on their children’s needs. This article describes the study protocol of implementing the interventions Family Assessment and Child Talks for children of patients in the adult psychiatry of the University Hospital of Northern Norway. The project is designed to evaluate the process of changes in clinical practice due to the implementation of two interventions. T...
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
#2Charlotte ReedtzH-Index: 9
Last. Karin vanDoesumH-Index: 1
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also a significant predictor of Positive Attitudes. Our second regression analysis for predicting the other attitude scale (Concerns Patient-Ther - apist) explained a total of 14% of the variance. Three predictors were significant, i.e., Knowledge Children, Education low and Expectations Intervention, indicating that people who reported to have more knowl - edge about children were less concerned about the child perspective interfering with the patient-therapist relation.
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