Next, the current study examined whether the use of such indicators could predict engagement and disengagement in a community mental health setting, suggesting how they could be used to improve clinical practice. This study will provide evidence to inform the use of these measures in clinical practice, so that providers can identify early signs of engagement and disengagement issues and target these issues for further assessment and intervention.
In this study, we used a case-study design to examine which indicators of engagement/disengagement could predict engagement/disengagement in a community mental health setting. To this end, we collected client and provider information from four community mental health clinics in the metropolitan area of Victoria, Australia (Australia). We collected data from clients during their initial session, and from providers using standardized measures of client functioning, some of which have been used to detect engagement problems in previous research. Using these measures, we were able to examine whether the use of these indicators could predict the likelihood of engaging in services and experiencing problems in engaging in services.
In this study, we used MiFish to test the eDNA metabarcoding utility of 456 fish species for biodiversity monitoring in the ocean, and compared its performance with that of general primers (Fish-F and Fish-R) that have been used in a variety of studies in benthic fish communities (e.g., Passini et al. 2016). In the case of MiFish, we tested 20 primers matched to 20 fish species and designed to amplify different fragments of the mitochondrial DNA from the COI gene. MiFish also showed good performance, except for 4 primers with the highest theoretical primer mismatches between the fish species and the primers (Table 1). For the latter, we designed modified primers to amplify these four COI genes (containing up to 2 mismatches) using modified MiFish primers, and successfully detected the target species, among which elongation factor-1 alpha (ELF-1α) and uncoupling protein 3 (UCP3) were not detected by the existing primer sets (Fig. 2).
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