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Table 2 Classification, hierarchical organisation and evaluation of the relevance of mental health indicators.

From: A preliminary taxonomy and a standard knowledge base for mental-health system indicators in Spain

Code
CBI-SEP
Denomination Number of indicators
  Relevance(*) High Moderate Doubtful No rel. Total
C CONTEXT DOMAIN 66 83 73 95 317
C1 GENERIC 13 16 19 2 50
C1.1    Population structure 3 3    6
C1.2    Births    5   5
C1.3    Migration 1 1 3   5
C1.4    Civil status 1 2    3
C1.5    Education   1 4   5
C1.6    Childhood   1 1 1 3
C1.7    Households 3     3
C1.8    Regional distribution 2 1    3
C1.9    Population development   1 1   2
C1.10    Macroeconomy 2   5   7
C1.11    Employment 1 6   1 8
C2 General Health 4 10 4 1 19
C2.1    Financing 4 5 2   11
C2.1.1    General financing 2 3 2   7
C2.1.2    Medication expenditure 2 2    4
C2.2    Health status   4    4
C2.3    Mortality   1 2 1 4
C3 Mental Health 49 57 50 92 248
C3.1    Regulations 1 1 6 9 17
C3.1.1    Policy     4 4
C3.1.2    Plans 1   3   4
C3.1.3    Legislation   1 3 5 9
C3.2    Financing 8 23 2 7 40
C3.2.1    General financing 3 9 2 3 17
C3.2.2    Medication expenditure 5 14   4 23
C3.3    Management and organisation 8 2   1 11
C3.4    Territorial zoning 3 3 1   7
C3.5    Information systems 3 6 1   10
C3.6    Care Services listing 10 5 1 18 34
C3.6.1    Services 10 5 1 7 23
C3.6.2    Eligibility     6 6
C3.6.3    Medication listing     5 5
C3.7    Coordination 6 1    7
C3.8    Primary Healthcare 2 4   18 24
C3.9    Prevention and promotion 5    31 36
C3.9.1    General 3    1 4
C3.9.2    Education 1    9 10
C3.9.3    Employment 1    4 5
C3.9.4    Stigma and sensitisation     3 3
C3.9.5    Programmes by age groups     3 3
C3.9.6    Suicide prevention     4 4
C3.9.7    Prevention of depression     5 5
C3.9.8    Minorities     2 2
C3.10    Research 2 9 1   12
C3.10.1    Financing   3    3
C3.10.2    Organisation   4    4
C3.10.3    Results 2 2 1   5
C3.11    Training    17 5 22
C3.11.1    Mental health training     5 5
C3.11.2    Lifelong learning    7   7
C3.11.3    Lifelong learning in special groups    10   10
C3.12    Other 1 3 21 3 28
C3.12.1    Human Rights    10   10
C3.12.2    Participation/empowerment 1 3 11 3 18
C3.12.2.1    User & family organization 1 3 1   5
C3.12.2.2    Financing    4 3 7
C3.12.2.3    Coordination    6   6
R RESOURCES DOMAIN 101 23 59 4 187
R1 Services 71 6 56 3 136
R1.1    Hospital and residential care 2 1   1 4
R1.1.1    Hospital and residential services 1     1
R1.1.2 Beds in hospital and residential
services
1 1   1 3
R1.2    Hospital acute-unit care 6     6
R1.2.1    Hospital acute-unit services 3     3
R1.2.2    Beds in acute-unit hospital services 3     3
R1.3    Hospital care for non-acute patients 2   4   6
R1.3.1    Hospital services for non-acute patients 1   4   5
R1.3.2 Beds in hospital services for non-acute
patients
1     1
R1.4    Residential care for acute patients 2     2
R1.4.1    Residential services for acute patients 1     1
R1.4.2 Beds in residential services for acute
patients
1     1
R1.5 Residential care for non-acute
patients
4   9   13
R1.5.1 Residential services for non-acute
patients
2   9   11
R1.5.2 Beds in residential services for non-
acute patients
2     2
R1.6    Day care 14 4 15   33
R1.6.1    Daycare services 7 2 15   24
R1.6.2    Places in daycare services 7 2    9
R1.7    Out-patient care 5 1 20   26
R1.8    Forensic psychiatric care 2    1 3
R1.8.1    Forensic psychiatric services 1     1
R1.8.2    Beds in forensic psychiatric services 1    1 2
R1.9    Infant-adolescent care 7   2 1 10
R1.9.1    Infant-adolescent services 4     4
R1.9.2 Beds and places in infant-adolescent
services
3   2 1 6
R1.10    Psychogeriatric care 10     10
R1.10.1    Psychogeriatric services 6     6
R1.10.2 Beds and places in psychogeriatric
services
4     4
R1.11    Drug-dependence care 12     12
R1.11.1    Drug-dependence services 6     6
R1.11.2 Beds and places in drug-dependence
services
6     6
R1.12    Intellectual disabilities care 5     5
R1.12.1    Intellectual disabilities services 3     3
R1.12.2 Beds and places in intellectual
disabilities services
2     2
R1.13 Information and accessibility
to care
   6   6
R2 Human Resources 30 17 3 1 51
R2.1    Total mental health professionals 10 1 1   12
R2.2    Psychiatrists 5 3 1 1 10
R2.3    Psychologists 5 2    7
R2.4 Postgraduate trainees
(psychiatrists. & psychol)ogists)
  2    2
R2.5    Nursing staff 5 2 1   8
R2.6    Social workers 5 2    7
R2.7    Nursing assistants   4    4
R2.8    Administrative staff   1    1
U UTILIZATION DOMAIN 17 31 8 11 67
U1 Activity 16 24 6 10 56
U1.1    Visits/contacts 3 2 1   6
U1.2    Users 5 16 2 8 31
U1.2.1    Treated prevalence 2 16   2 20
U1.2.2    Patient groups 3   2 6 11
U1.3    Discharges 5 6 2   13
U1.4    Mean stay 3   1 2 6
U2 Medication treat   7   1 8
U3 Costs 1   2   3
O RESULTS DOMAIN 16 22 52   90
O1 Health status 6 22 5   33
O1.1    Reported outcomes   19    19
O1.1.1    General quality-of-life   2    2
O1.1.2    Functional status   3    3
O1.1.3    Clinical status   6    6
O1.1.4    Other   8    8
O1.2    Adjusted Life Years Indexes   2 2   4
O1.3    Official Declaration of Disability 6 1 3   10
O1.3.1    Work-related 2   2   4
O1.3.2    Non Work-related 4 1 1   6
O2 Mortality 5     5
O3 Prevalence 5   9   14
O3.1    General population 5   6   11
O3.2    In the crime & justice system    3   3
O4 Quality    38   38
  TOTAL 200 159 192 110 661
  1. * Closely connected with the subject and valuable and useful to mental health planners and stakeholders