Discharge programmes: a systematic review

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project dates
September 2020 - present
project leads
Jennifer Hanratty, Sarah Miller, Jayne Hamilton, Ciara Keenan, Christopher Coughlan
Exploring the effectiveness of discharge programmes
This systematic review explores the existing evidence of the effectiveness of discharge programmes for people living institutional settings such as in-patient health facilities, the armed forces, and prison. Even if the number of studies included is small, of mixed methodological quality and exclusively from the USA, it underscores that discharge programmes can be effective at reducing homelessness.
Campbell UK & Ireland
Queen's University Belfast
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