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[1] Patient and staff experiences of quality in Swedish forensic psychiatric care: a repeated cross-sectional survey with yearly sampling at two clinics
2019
[2] A psychometric evaluation of the Indonesian version of the Quality in Psychiatric Care–Inpatient Staff (QPC-IPS) instrument
2019
[3] Perceived Quality of Care and Burnout in Psychiatric Caregivers Working WithOffenders
2018
[4] Perceived Quality of Care and Burnout in Psychiatric Caregivers Working With Offenders
2018
[5] Indonesian adaptation of the Quality in Psychiatric Care—Inpatient (QPC-IP) instrument: Psychometric properties and factor structure
Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 2018
[6] Psychometric properties of instruments measuring quality and satisfaction in mental health: A systematic review
Journal of advanced nursing, 2018
[7] The attendees' view of quality in community-based day centre services for people with psychiatric disabilities
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2017
[8] Measuring quality in community based housing support-the QPC-H instrument
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 2016
[9] The impact of facility relocation on patients' perceptions of ward atmosphere and quality of received forensic psychiatric care
Journal of forensic and legal medicine, 2016
[10] Measuring quality in community based housing support–the QPC-H instrument
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 2016
[11] Manual för instrumentet Kvalitet i Psykiatrisk Vård (KPV)
2016
[12] Patient and Staff Views of Quality in Forensic Psychiatric Inpatient Care
Journal of forensic nursing, 2015
[13] Factor Structure and Psychometric Properties of the Danish Adaptation of the Instrument Quality in Psychiatric Care-Forensic In-Patient Staff (QPC-FIPS)
Open Journal of Nursing, 2014
[14] Factor structure and psychometric properties of the Danish adaptation of the Quality in Psychiatric Care: Forensic In-patient Staff (QPC-FIPS)
Thesis, 2014