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In order to illuminate the dynamics in, between and over the various domains (i.e., the care, safety and societal domains), the Dutch Safety Board will make use of patient histories. As the care and support needs of persons with a serious psychiatric disorder may change significantly over time and often concern different areas of life, these persons depend on a variety of care and support services. The Dutch Safety Board will include the role of information in its study and will pay attention to collaboration, innovation and doctor-patient confidentiality. It will also look at the influence of financial control in relation to professional responsibility. This study by the Dutch Safety Board was prompted by a number of deaths and other serious incidents involving persons with a serious psychiatric disorder.
This study is distinct from the study into safety with regard to the rehabilitation of detainees who undergo psychiatric treatment and patients detained under hospital order that was announced by the Dutch Safety Board at the end of December 2017, following a request by the mayor of Zeist.           

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