GERARD Baden-Clay is expected to be a protected prisoner at Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre, requiring 24-hour observation, seven days a week.
Corrective Services confirmed the 41-year-old would most probably be kept separate from other prisoners and remain in the medical unit until later this week.
Then another assessment of his mental health could be undertaken following his failed bail bid.
It's understood a follow-up examination is necessary because of the knowledge he could potentially remain on remand for years.
A protected prisoner is someone who has been assessed "as not being able to cope with mainstream prison", a QCS spokesman said.
Baden-Clay's day will comprise waking by 6.30am to be ready for a head count at 6.45am to 7am via closed-circuit television cameras before receiving breakfast.
Visiting times are between 9am and 11.15am or 1.15pm and 3.30pm, lunch is at 11.30am and dinner at 4.30pm before washdown at 6pm and lockdown at 6.30pm.
Baden-Clay will be subjected to several musters and head counts each day, but all of them will be via CCTV.
He is due to reappear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on July 9, but the charges must proceed through committal to be dealt with in the Supreme Court.
"At the committal mention, the matter must proceed as a committal hearing unless the defence lawyers advise the court that application will be made to cross examine witnesses," the court documents state.
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