Entlassungsurlaub

English translation: Pre-release leave

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German term or phrase:Entlassungsurlaub
English translation:Pre-release leave
Entered by: Helen Collette

19:31 May 24, 2014
German to English translations [PRO]
Psychology / Forensic Psychiatrie
German term or phrase: Entlassungsurlaub
Context: Sie (die Unterbringung) endet planmäßig, bei entsprechender Besserung und Minimierung der Gefährlichkeit, im Anschluss an den Entlassungsurlaub (i.d.R. 6 Monate).
Text: German

I assume this is a form of "leave" perhaps "terminal leave" as it would be the last "Urlaub" before being released from the Clinic but I am not sure.
Any ideas from my colleagues?
Helen Collette
Germany
Local time: 03:37
Pre-release leave
Explanation:
This is a sort of trial leave before final discharge or release (for example from prison or psychiatric admission). If it goes well the final leave is granted.
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Carmen Lawrence
Greece
Local time: 13:37
Grading comment
Thanks Carmen!
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3 +2Pre-release leave
Carmen Lawrence


  

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Pre-release leave


Explanation:
This is a sort of trial leave before final discharge or release (for example from prison or psychiatric admission). If it goes well the final leave is granted.

Carmen Lawrence
Greece
Local time: 13:37
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Grading comment
Thanks Carmen!
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you Carmen, this makes a bit more sense than what I had written.


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Lirka: "pre-discharge"; release is military//didn't know that, will look into it
19 hrs
  -> Medical, too, in a psychiatric context.

agree  Anne Schulz
1 day 9 hrs
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