Breaking Down the Barriers - Masterclass training package and modules

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Breaking Down the Barriers - Masterclass training package and modules"

Transcription

1 Breaking Down the Barriers - Masterclass training package and modules Assessment of a patient with urgent mental health needs in an emergency department Module 1 Module 2 Mental health awareness training in emergency and urgent care departments Assessment of a patient with urgent mental health needs in an acute emergency and urgent care setting - assessing risk of harm to self or others, Mental Health Act (MHA), Mental Capacity Act (MCA), deliberate self-harm pathway, acute psychosis and Mental Health Act assessment. Training format: Presentations, classroom and/or case based scenario re-enactment videos Drugs and alcohol Referral of patients with drug or alcohol problems to appropriate services, understanding the scale and complications of alcohol and substance misuse. The aim of this module is to improve collaboration, effective management and sign-posting of people who present to the emergency and urgent care units with urgent mental health needs. To provide doctors, nurses, multi-disciplinary and multi-specialty teams with the framework and practice guidance in assessing selfharm and risk in the context of personality disorder and ensuring safe management To provide doctors, nurses, multi-disciplinary and multi-specialty teams with framework and practice guidance in assessing for the presence of psychotic symptoms To provide doctors and nurses with framework and practice in assessing physical health problems in those with severe mental illness Provide awareness and information on avoiding diagnostic overshadowing that can come with a diagnosis of severe mental illness To improve working knowledge of MCA and MHA legislation and its application in A&E To improve confidence and competence in management of behaviourally disturbed patients, including consideration of pharmacological treatment. The aim of this module is to improve collaboration, effective management and sign-posting of people who present to the emergency and urgent care units with drugs and alcohol problems. To recognise and understand the scale of alcohol misuse and the complications that can arise To recognise and understand the scale of substance misuse and the complications that can arise

2 Module 3 Training format: Presentations, classroom training and case study discussions Psychotropic drugs and adverse effects Awareness of medications used in mental illness, assessment of side effects of antipsychotic medication To recognise and understand how to refer patients with drug or alcohol problems to appropriate services. The aim of this module is to improve collaboration, effective management and sign-posting of people who present to the emergency and urgent care units prescribed psychotropic drugs experiencing adverse effects. Training format: Presentations, classroom training and case study discussions. Awareness of medications used in mental illness Knowledge of possible side effects of these medications Case-based discussions around adverse effects of medications Managing acutely unwell patients Module 1 Physical health awareness training in mental health settings Managing acutely unwell patients in a mental health setting (Assessment of the acutely unwell patient and NEWS/MEWS scores, interpretation of an ECG, Acute neurology fits and funny turns). Training format: Presentations, classroom training and case study discussions The aim of this module is to improve the assessment and effective management, care and sign-posting of the acutely unwell patient in mental health settings. Identify and carry out an initial assessment of the acutely unwell patient Initiate some immediate life saving measures Understand the use of the NEW score Carry out an assessment of a collapsed patient Identify some common acute neurology presentations. Module 2 Case-based learning on serious incidents including sudden death, cardiac arrest, neglect cases, etc. Training format: Presentations, classroom training, videos and case study discussions The aim of the module is to: Promote a culture of learning through review and reflection of serious incidents and near misses Promoting awareness of a consistent approach across the organisation in the reporting and management of incidents Enabling the effective reporting to ensure that lessons can be learnt and improvements made reducing re-occurrence of similar incidents, improving the safety of service users, staff and visitors,

3 Managing patients with long-term conditions Module 3 Management of a collapsed patient - simulation training Training format: Simulation training, presentations, classroom training and case study discussions Module 1 Managing patients with long-term conditions - physical health checks who does what? National Audit of Schizophrenia health check, Lester tool and Health Improvement Profile (HIPs) Training format: Presentations, classroom training and group based discussions and activity Discussing the human, organisational and financial impacts of incidents Enabling the identification and correction/ improvement of weaknesses in practices, systems or equipment The aim of this module is to: Provide basic life support manoeuvres and practical skills on Situation Background Assessment Recommendation (SBAR) communication. To Improve the timely, collaborative and effective assessment and management of the collapsed patient covering the following areas: o Anaphylaxis o Cardiac arrest o Collapsed patient o Over sedation o Hanging o Hypoglycaemia o Choking The aim of this module is to improve collaborative and effective management of patients with Long Term Conditions (LTC) specifically physical health management of people with SMI. The module will: Highlight the excess physical health morbidity and mortality associated with severe mental illness Develop confidence in undertaking physical health checks and intervention in people with SMI Provide clarity on roles and responsibilities relating to physical health care of people with SMI Promote awareness of the physical health and long-term conditions in mental health settings Promote awareness of the National Audit of Schizophrenia Introduce the Lester tool for cardio metabolic health monitoring

4 Module 2 Module 3 Managing patients with diabetes in a mental health setting - screening of new patients, lifestyle management, screening for long-term complications, working with specialist diabetes teams, care systems and documentation Training format: Presentations, classroom training and group based discussions and activity, diabetes equipment demonstration. Managing patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) including smoking cessation in a mental health setting. Training format: Presentations, tutorials, videos, classroom training, group based discussions and activity. The aim of this module and training is to improve collaboration, effective management, care and sign-posting of patients with diabetes in mental health settings. This module addresses how to: Recognise and understand the high prevalence of diabetes amongst patients with mental health problems and the vital importance of screening all new patients for diabetes, unless already known to have diabetes Recognise and understand that diabetes is a complex condition requiring treatment with lifestyle management, in addition to oral medications and often injectable medications, including insulin Recognise and understand the need for all mental health patients with diabetes to have a clear management plan for their diabetes. Include monitoring of blood glucose and blood pressure control and screening for long term complications. Recognise and understand the need to seek formal advice and input from specialist diabetes teams for most patients with mental health disorders who have diabetes. Explore and discuss what care systems and documentation is required to support all of the above, particularly in an inpatient mental health setting, when the patient is admitted, and also for ongoing care. Understand the factors that might make it harder for patients with mental health disorders to control their diabetes This module aims to: Provide an awareness on the assessment and management of Patients with COPD in mental health settings. Provide an understanding of the prevalence of smoking related lung disease, particularly COPD, with an emphasis on patients with mental health needs and the importance of screening Inform about the spectrum of COPD and disability from it. Recognise and understand the need for all mental health patients with COPD to have a clear management plan for their condition,

5 Module 4 Managing sexual health of patients contraception and abortion, assessment and prevalence of STIs, signposting to local sexual health providers Training format: Presentations, case-based studies and scenarios, classroom training, group based to include all treatments including successful smoking cessation strategies, treatments for COPD and patient self-management. To recognise and understand when urgent help is needed and how to seek formal advice and input from specialists. This module will cover the management of sexual health of patients in a mental health setting including contraception, abortion, assessment and prevalence of STIs, and signposting to local sexual health providers. This module will equip attendees to: Be able to confidently discuss sex, contraception, and abortion with patients Be able to risk assess for sexually transmitted morbidity and refer appropriately Be able to develop and maintain a mutually supportive relationship with local sexual health service providers to the benefit of your patient population. Children and adolescent mental health awareness in primary care GP practices Module 1 Child and adolescent mental health awareness training in primary care GP practices Whole GP practice mental health awareness training Training Format: Presentations, case-based studies To provide a broad training model, building awareness, knowledge and skills to identify mental health issues in children who engage with staff within a general practice surgery; Raise awareness of young people s mental health and emotional wellbeing and to promote practice within a risk and resilience framework To understand the resilience framework and the factors that have been evidenced to build resilience in young people and their families, with a view to making the practice more resilient To understand young people s perspectives and what they say is important to them when interacting with health professionals To explore how participants can develop some systems and structures in their workplaces to support young people who have mental health issues.

6 Module 2 Module 3 Self-harm awareness in children and adolescents Training Format: Presentations, case-based studies Eating disorder awareness in children and adolescents Training Format: Presentations, case-based studies The aim of this module is to increase understanding and awareness of selfharm in children and adolescents, how to assess initial risk, plan management in primary care and onward referral practice. To recognise and understand the high prevalence of self-harm in children and young adolescents Understanding self-harm, factors, triggers associated with selfharm. Be able to assess initial risk and onward referral process The aim of this module is to increase understanding and awareness of eating disorders in children and adolescents, how to assess initial risk, plan management in primary care and onward referral practice. To recognise and understand the high prevalence of eating disorders in children and young adolescents Understanding factors and triggers associated with eating disorders Be able to assess initial risk, create onward or ward referral where necessary including a management plan Learning disabilities awareness in children and adolescents Module 1 Child and adolescent learning disabilities awareness in primary care GP practice Learning disabilities awareness in children and adolescents The aim of this module is to increase understanding and awareness of learning disabilities in children and adolescents, how to assess initial risk, plan management in primary care and onward referral practice. The module will help attendees to:

7 Training format: Presentations, interactive case-based studies and scenarios, videos, classroom training, group based Develop improved confidence in communicating with young people with learning disabilities Gain an understanding of the factors that lead to behavioural disturbance, gain skills in assessing and managing challenging behaviours in young people and understand the relationship between learning disabilities and mental health. Classroom based Module 1 Mental health awareness Mental health training in primary care - practice nurses Training duration: Three hours Designed to give primary care practitioners a good understanding of the various mental health issues presented within primary care. This module will cover: Module 2 Training format: Presentations, interactive case-based studies Changing patients behaviour Training duration: Three hours Screening patients for depression and anxiety Talking to a patient who has just divulged that they are distressed or concerned about a mental health problem. Carrying out a biopsychosocial assessment Assessing the severity of depression and anxiety Assessing suicide risk Supporting patients, medications used in mental illness (including depot injections) and the services for people with mental health problems. This module teaches primary care practitioners how to help and support their patients to set appropriate goals and actions. Attendees will be taught to: Training format: Presentations, interactive case-based studies Know how changing behaviour can affect the individual and others Be aware of the types of behaviour healthcare professionals may be in a position to help patients change Be confident in reviewing a patient s progress.

8 Module 3 Physical health in mental illnesses Training duration: Three hours This module covers best practice guidance in carrying out physical health checks and how to use the appropriate tools. Attendees will be taught to: Training format: Presentations, interactive case-based studies Understand the definition of mental illness Know the signs and symptoms of mental illness Have an awareness of the impact of mental illness on physical health, particularly the increased risk of CVD. Module 4 Module 5 Wellbeing management Training duration: Three hours Training format: Presentations, interactive case-based studies Co-morbidities: Using a psychological approach Training duration: Three hours Training format: Presentations, interactive case-based studies Helping people to learn to keep well reduces both physical and mental health problems. This module will teach attendees: Practical advice and techniques that they can use with their patients To understand the definition of mental wellbeing and the factors which contribute to mental wellbeing. To be confident in measuring the wellbeing of patients. To understand how stress can affect mental wellbeing. To be able to proactively help patients maintain their mental wellbeing. People with long term conditions are more at risk of developing depression and anxiety than the rest of the population. This in turn affects the outcomes of their physical condition. This module teaches attendees: Guidance to deliver care using a holistic approach An awareness of the common co-morbidities and an understanding of how having a long-term condition (LTC) can affect people physically, psychologically and socially The prevalence of psychological distress in patients with LTCs and possible reasons To be able to confidently screen patients with LTCs for psychological distress.

9 E-learning modules via the BMJ website and learning portal Module 6 Module 7 Module 8 Alcohol and drug awareness for practice nurses Training duration: One hour Training format: E-learning, Medication for mental health problems in primary care: a guide for practice nurses part one and two Training duration: Two one-hour sessions Training Format: E-learning, Your patient s journey Training duration: One hour This module teaches primary care practitioners how to screen for alcohol and drug problems and how to support patients who may have an alcohol or drug issue. Attendees will learn: To understand the difference between alcohol misuse and alcohol dependence To know how to screen for alcohol problems To have an awareness of the management options for people with alcohol problems To recognise when a patient may have a drug problem To know how to support a patient with a drug problem. This module teaches primary care practitioners to understand which medications are prescribed for dementia, severe mental illness, depression and anxiety. It also looks at the side effects of medications and knowing how to complete a side effect rating scale. Attendees will learn to: Understand which medications are prescribed for: Depression and anxiety, aiding sleep, dementia and severe mental illness Understand how to help patients adhere to treatment Be aware of the side effects and be able to complete a side effect rating scale. Assist s primary care practitioners to help patients with mental health problems navigate their pathway of care by explaining how services are generally provided in England. Attendees will learn to: Training format: E-learning, Understand the current commissioning structure of the NHS. Be aware of treatment and advice that may have been accessed by the patient prior to attendance in primary care or mental health service. Be able to identify any gaps in the patient s care pathway.

10 Module 9 Module 10 Care planning A guide for practice nurses Training duration: One hour Training Format: E-learning, Specific mental health conditions: a guide for practice nurses Training duration: One hour This module enables healthcare professionals to develop an awareness of how they can assist the patient to plan their care and to be aware of the different types of care plans available. Attendees will learn to: Understand how helping a patient plan their care can promote self-management Know the best way to organise the consultation to enhance the care planning process Gain an awareness of the different types of care plans available Feel confident in helping a patient with a long term condition(s) plan their care. This module provides a brief overview of some, but by no means all, mental health conditions that practice nurses might meet in primary care. Attendees will gain: Training format: E-learning, An awareness of some of the mental health conditions likely to be seen in primary care and their effect on patients lives An understanding of how to help a patient with a mental health condition The ability to recognise when and where to refer or signpost a patient to further help or advice.

Assessment of depression in adults in primary care

Assessment of depression in adults in primary care Assessment of depression in adults in primary care Adapted from: Identification of Common Mental Disorders and Management of Depression in Primary care. New Zealand Guidelines Group 1 The questions and

More information

Mental health and wellbeing survey: A snapshot of practice nurses views regarding responsibility and training. Dr Sheila Hardy January 2014

Mental health and wellbeing survey: A snapshot of practice nurses views regarding responsibility and training. Dr Sheila Hardy January 2014 Mental health and wellbeing survey: A snapshot of practice nurses views regarding responsibility and training Dr Sheila Hardy January 214 Acknowledgments Funding was provided through the Charlie Waller

More information

Learning Disabilities Nursing: Field Specific Competencies

Learning Disabilities Nursing: Field Specific Competencies Learning Disabilities Nursing: Field Specific Competencies Page 7 Learning Disabilities Nursing: Field Specific Competencies Competency (Learning disabilities) and application Domain and ESC Suitable items

More information

What works for bipolar disorder and how should this be delivered in practice?

What works for bipolar disorder and how should this be delivered in practice? What works for bipolar disorder and how should this be delivered in practice? Daniel Smith daniel.smith@glasgow.ac.uk W4 Improving the diagnosis and management of bipolar disorder: screening, integrated

More information

KIH Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

KIH Cardiac Rehabilitation Program KIH Cardiac Rehabilitation Program For any further information Contact: +92-51-2870361-3, 2271154 Feedback@kih.com.pk What is Cardiac Rehabilitation Cardiac rehabilitation describes all measures used to

More information

Population Health Management Program

Population Health Management Program Population Health Management Program Program (formerly Disease Management) is dedicated to improving our members health and quality of life. Our Population Health Management Programs aim to improve care

More information

Nursing and midwifery actions at the three levels of public health practice

Nursing and midwifery actions at the three levels of public health practice Nursing and midwifery actions at the three levels of public health practice Improving health and wellbeing at individual, community and population levels June 2013 You may re-use the text of this document

More information

Definition of Terms. nn Mental Illness Facts and Statistics

Definition of Terms. nn Mental Illness Facts and Statistics nn Mental Illness Facts and Statistics This section contains a brief overview of facts and statistics about mental illness in Australia as well as information that may be useful in countering common myths.

More information

Measuring quality along care pathways

Measuring quality along care pathways Measuring quality along care pathways Sarah Jonas, Clinical Fellow, The King s Fund Veena Raleigh, Senior Fellow, The King s Fund Catherine Foot, Senior Fellow, The King s Fund James Mountford, Director

More information

Personality Disorder Service

Personality Disorder Service Personality Disorder Service Chadwick Lodge, Hope House PROVIDING QUALITY INSPIRING INNOVATION DELIVERING VALUE Personality Disorder Service, Hope House Set within access to a thriving community, Chadwick

More information

SOMERSET DUAL DIAGNOSIS PROTOCOL OCTOBER 2011

SOMERSET DUAL DIAGNOSIS PROTOCOL OCTOBER 2011 SOMERSET DUAL DIAGNOSIS PROTOCOL OCTOBER 2011 This document is intended to be used with the Somerset Dual Diagnosis Operational Working guide. This document provides principles governing joint working

More information

The Ridge Medical Practice JOB DESCRIPTION

The Ridge Medical Practice JOB DESCRIPTION The Ridge Medical Practice JOB DESCRIPTION 1. POST TITLE: Practice Nurse 2. DEPARTMENT: Nursing 3. LOCATION: Great Horton/Wibsey/Manningham and Buttershaw 4. BAND: 6 Equivalent 5. HOURS: Full/Part time

More information

Course Brochure From the UK s leading e-learning provider. Providing specialist online training to the healthcare sector

Course Brochure From the UK s leading e-learning provider. Providing specialist online training to the healthcare sector Course Brochure From the UK s leading e-learning provider Providing specialist online training to the healthcare sector The Healthcare e-academy The Healthcare e-academy provides flexible and cost effective

More information

Borderline personality disorder

Borderline personality disorder Understanding NICE guidance Information for people who use NHS services Borderline personality disorder NICE clinical guidelines advise the NHS on caring for people with specific conditions or diseases

More information

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHs) in Luton

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHs) in Luton Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHs) in Luton CAMHS in Luton delivers services for young people experiencing moderate to severe mental health problems and the new CAMHS MALT (Multi Agency

More information

Are mental health nurses equipped with the knowledge to effectively manage the physical health of their service users?

Are mental health nurses equipped with the knowledge to effectively manage the physical health of their service users? Are mental health nurses equipped with the knowledge to effectively manage the physical health of their service users? Dr Hussain Al-Zubaidi George Eliot Hospital Trust Dr Shahnaz Hassan Coventry and Warwickshire

More information

Children s nursing: Field specific competencies

Children s nursing: Field specific competencies Children s nursing: Field specific competencies Page 8 Children's nursing: Field specific competencies Competency (Children's Nurses) and application Domain Suitable items for Multi-choice Exam: Nursing

More information

A Manager s Guide to Psychiatric Illness In The Workplace

A Manager s Guide to Psychiatric Illness In The Workplace A Manager s Guide to Psychiatric Illness In The Workplace Purpose of this guidance note Mental health problems can provide very challenging human resources management tasks for University administrators

More information

Nurse Practitioner Role Primary Health Care In General Practice Setting.

Nurse Practitioner Role Primary Health Care In General Practice Setting. Nurse Practitioner Role Primary Health Care In General Practice Setting. The role of a nurse practitioner is to provide autonomous patient consultations. It also involves working in collaboration with

More information

Your local specialist mental health services

Your local specialist mental health services Your local specialist mental health services Primary Care Liaison Service B&NES Primary Care Mental Health Liaison service is a short-term support service to help people with mental health difficulties

More information

Mental Health Needs Assessment Personality Disorder Prevalence and models of care

Mental Health Needs Assessment Personality Disorder Prevalence and models of care Mental Health Needs Assessment Personality Disorder Prevalence and models of care Introduction and definitions Personality disorders are a complex group of conditions identified through how an individual

More information

Mental Health and Schools

Mental Health and Schools HEALTH.MIND.MATTERS Mental Health and Schools Comprehensive, accessible, world class learning for primary and secondary schools in the UK 2015 brochure Mental health and school life We believe the impact

More information

Dual diagnosis: working together

Dual diagnosis: working together Dual diagnosis: working together Tom Carnwath RCGP conference Birmingham 2007 DSM-IV & cocaine Cocaine intoxication Cocaine withdrawal Cocaine-induced sleep disorder Cocaine-induced sexual dysfunction

More information

Aim of Presentation. The Role of the Nurse in HIV Care. Global Epidemic 7/24/09

Aim of Presentation. The Role of the Nurse in HIV Care. Global Epidemic 7/24/09 Aim of Presentation The Role of the Nurse in HIV Care Eileen Nixon HIV Nurse Consultant Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Overview of key issues that affect people with HIV Identify the role of

More information

Commissioning fact sheet for clinical commissioning groups

Commissioning fact sheet for clinical commissioning groups Commissioning fact sheet for clinical groups July 2012 This fact sheet sets out the services to be commissioned by clinical groups (CCGs) from April 2013. It also sets out the complementary services to

More information

Depression in Adults

Depression in Adults Depression in Adults A chapter of Croydon s mental health Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 2012/13 Health and Wellbeing Board 5 December 2012 Bernadette Alves, Locum Consultant in Public Health Croydon

More information

Sunderland Psychological Wellbeing Service

Sunderland Psychological Wellbeing Service Sunderland Psychological Wellbeing Service Information for Referrers Offering a range of psychological therapies across Sunderland. To make a referral call 0191 566 5454 A partnership between Northumberland,

More information

Antipsychotic drug prescription for patients with dementia in long-term care. A practice guideline for physicians and caregivers

Antipsychotic drug prescription for patients with dementia in long-term care. A practice guideline for physicians and caregivers SUPPLEMENT 1: (Supplementary Material for online publication) Antipsychotic drug prescription for patients with dementia in long-term care. A practice guideline for physicians and caregivers About this

More information

Community health care services Alternatives to acute admission & Facilitated discharge options. Directory

Community health care services Alternatives to acute admission & Facilitated discharge options. Directory Community health care services Alternatives to acute admission & Facilitated discharge options Directory Introduction The purpose of this directory is to provide primary and secondary health and social

More information

Evaluating the Service Provision for Meeting the Physical Health Needs of People with a Mental Illness and Learning Disability 2014

Evaluating the Service Provision for Meeting the Physical Health Needs of People with a Mental Illness and Learning Disability 2014 Evaluating the Service Provision for Meeting the Physical Health Needs of People with a Mental Illness and Learning Disability 2014 1 The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority The Regulation and

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION. Broadmead Medical Centre (BMC)

JOB DESCRIPTION. Broadmead Medical Centre (BMC) JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: RESPONSIBLE TO: LOCATION: Nurse Practitioner Lead Nurse Broadmead Medical Centre (BMC) Job Summary: Working as an autonomous nurse practitioner as part of the Broadmead Medical

More information

SPECIFICATION FOR THE LOCAL COMMISSIONED SERVICE FOR THE MANAGEMENT ALCOHOL MISUSE

SPECIFICATION FOR THE LOCAL COMMISSIONED SERVICE FOR THE MANAGEMENT ALCOHOL MISUSE SPECIFICATION FOR THE LOCAL COMMISSIONED SERVICE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOL MISUSE Date: March 2015 1 1. Introduction Alcohol misuse is a major public health problem in Camden with high rates of hospital

More information

Public Consultation 2009 Submission to the Second Independent Monitoring Group for A Vision for Change

Public Consultation 2009 Submission to the Second Independent Monitoring Group for A Vision for Change Public Consultation 2009 Submission to the Second Independent Monitoring Group for A Vision for Change Response of the National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery The National

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION. Advanced Nurse Practitioner Professional Lead

JOB DESCRIPTION. Advanced Nurse Practitioner Professional Lead JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: RESPONSIBLE TO: LOCATION(S): JOB PROFILE: Advanced Nurse Practitioner Advanced Nurse Practitioner Professional Lead North Bristol Trust Southmead Hospital This role is to work

More information

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CLINICAL EXCELLENCE SCOPE

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CLINICAL EXCELLENCE SCOPE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CLINICAL EXCELLENCE 1 Guideline title SCOPE Schizophrenia: core interventions in the treatment and management of schizophrenia in primary and secondary care (update) 1.1

More information

Mental Health Nursing: Field Specific Competencies

Mental Health Nursing: Field Specific Competencies Mental Health Nursing: Field Specific Competencies Page 6 Mental Health Nursing: Field Specific Competencies Competency (Mental Health Nurses) and application Domain Suitable items for Multi-choice 1.1

More information

Loss of. focus. Report from our investigation into the care and treatment of Ms Z

Loss of. focus. Report from our investigation into the care and treatment of Ms Z A Loss of focus Report from our investigation into the care and treatment of Ms Z Contents Who we are 1 What we do 1 Introduction 1 How we conducted the investigation 3 Summary of Ms Z s Circumstances

More information

Quality Report. Boultham Park Road Lincoln LN6 7SS Tel: 01522 874444 Website: www.boulthamparkmedicalpractice.co.uk

Quality Report. Boultham Park Road Lincoln LN6 7SS Tel: 01522 874444 Website: www.boulthamparkmedicalpractice.co.uk Boultham Park Medical Centre Quality Report Boultham Park Road Lincoln LN6 7SS Tel: 01522 874444 Website: www.boulthamparkmedicalpractice.co.uk Date of inspection visit: 07 May 2014 Date of publication:

More information

a five-day medically supervised residential detoxification programme

a five-day medically supervised residential detoxification programme Substance PICU and Acute Misuse and Services Detox Services Psychiatric Cygnet Hospital Intensive Harrogate Care and Acute services a five-day medically supervised residential detoxification programme

More information

No Health without Mental Health

No Health without Mental Health No Health without Mental Health The ALERT summary report JULY 2009 Copyright Academy of Medical Royal Colleges 2009 Designed and Typeset by Millbank Media Ltd CONTENTS Notes about the report.............3

More information

Psychology Externship Program

Psychology Externship Program Psychology Externship Program The Washington VA Medical Center (VAMC) is a state-of-the-art facility located in Washington, D.C., N.W., and is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of

More information

Homelessness and mental health in a northern English Steel City (Sheffield)

Homelessness and mental health in a northern English Steel City (Sheffield) Homelessness and mental health in a northern English Steel City (Sheffield) Integrated Services and Housing: OECD Conference Centre, Paris 8 th and 9 th November, 2012 Professor Tim Kendall Director of

More information

Services for Children and Young People with Mental Health Needs. Lancashire s Local Offer. Lancashire s Health Services

Services for Children and Young People with Mental Health Needs. Lancashire s Local Offer. Lancashire s Health Services Services for Children and Young People with Mental Health Needs Lancashire s Local Offer Lancashire s Health Services 1. Name of the service and what the service provides Lancashire Care NHS Foundation

More information

in young people Management of depression in primary care Key recommendations: 1 Management

in young people Management of depression in primary care Key recommendations: 1 Management Management of depression in young people in primary care Key recommendations: 1 Management A young person with mild or moderate depression should typically be managed within primary care services A strength-based

More information

mental health DELIVERING FOR

mental health DELIVERING FOR mental DELIVERING FOR health mental DELIVERING FOR health Scottish Executive, Edinburgh 2006 ii Crown copyright 2006 ISBN: 0-7559-5226-X Scottish Executive St Andrew s House Edinburgh EH1 3DG Produced

More information

adaptations whenever possible, to prevent or reduce the occurrence of challenging behaviours.

adaptations whenever possible, to prevent or reduce the occurrence of challenging behaviours. POSITION STATEMENT on Management of Challenging Behaviours in People with Dementia 1. AIM OF THE POSITION STATEMENT This position statement applies to people living in supported accommodation and those

More information

National Learning Objectives for COPD Educators

National Learning Objectives for COPD Educators National Learning Objectives for COPD Educators National Learning Objectives for COPD Educators The COPD Educator will be able to achieve the following objectives. Performance objectives, denoted by the

More information

!!!!!!!!!!!! Liaison Psychiatry Services - Guidance

!!!!!!!!!!!! Liaison Psychiatry Services - Guidance Liaison Psychiatry Services - Guidance 1st edition, February 2014 Title: Edition: 1st edition Date: February 2014 URL: Liaison Psychiatry Services - Guidance http://mentalhealthpartnerships.com/resource/liaison-psychiatry-servicesguidance/

More information

Improving the Rehabilitation and Recovery Service Model in Leeds

Improving the Rehabilitation and Recovery Service Model in Leeds Improving the Rehabilitation and Recovery Service Model in Leeds Presenters: Emma Brown (Care Coordinator) James Byrne (Recovery Worker Leeds Mind) Nigel Whelan (Care Coordinator) Introduction Provide

More information

Standards for specialist education and practice

Standards for specialist education and practice Standards for specialist education and practice This document is now the UKCC s exclusive reference document specifying standards for specialist practice. Any previous documentation, as detailed below,

More information

Integrated Care Value Case

Integrated Care Value Case Integrated Care Value Case Waltham Forest, East London And City (WELC), England November 2013 This Value Case has been commissioned by the Local Government Association with support from the national partners

More information

GENDER SENSITIVE REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR WOMEN A workshop

GENDER SENSITIVE REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR WOMEN A workshop GENDER SENSITIVE REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR WOMEN A workshop Theresa Tatton Consultant Psychiatrist Women s Medium Secure Service Fromeside Bristol Shawn Mitchell Consultant Psychiatrist Women s Service

More information

PERSONNEL SPECIFICATION

PERSONNEL SPECIFICATION PERSONNEL SPECIFICATION Title Diabetes Nurse Band 6 Department Primary and Community Care Location Community Diabetes Nursing Team Southern Sector Date May 2015 Factors Essential Criteria Desirable Criteria

More information

A Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Bexley Listening to you, working for you

A Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Bexley Listening to you, working for you A Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Bexley Listening to you, working for you www.bexley.gov.uk Introduction FOREWORD Health and wellbeing is everybody s business, and our joint aim is to improve the health

More information

Test Content Outline Effective Date: October 25, 2014. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Board Certification Examination

Test Content Outline Effective Date: October 25, 2014. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Board Certification Examination Board Certification Examination There are 175 questions on this examination. Of these, 150 are scored questions and 25 are pretest questions that are not scored. Pretest questions are used to determine

More information

Working with young people who have mental health and substance use issues. Samar Zakaria

Working with young people who have mental health and substance use issues. Samar Zakaria Working with young people who have mental health and substance use issues. Samar Zakaria Main points Challenges faced while treating young adults in a dual diagnosis rehab unit Define dual diagnosis in

More information

BRISTOL SPECIALIST CHILD and ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CAMHS) REFERRAL GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS TO THE SPECIALIST NHS-BASED CAMHS TEAMS

BRISTOL SPECIALIST CHILD and ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CAMHS) REFERRAL GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS TO THE SPECIALIST NHS-BASED CAMHS TEAMS BRISTOL SPECIALIST CHILD and ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CAMHS) REFERRAL GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS TO THE SPECIALIST NHS-BASED CAMHS TEAMS The specialist NHS-based CAMHS teams are part of a wider Bristol

More information

Connection with other policy areas and (How does it fit/support wider early years work and partnerships)

Connection with other policy areas and (How does it fit/support wider early years work and partnerships) Illness such as gastroenteritis and upper respiratory tract infections, along with injuries caused by accidents in the home, are the leading causes of attendances at Accident & Emergency and hospitalisation

More information

Guidance on competencies for management of Cancer Pain in adults

Guidance on competencies for management of Cancer Pain in adults Guidance on competencies for management of Cancer Pain in adults Endorsed by: Contents Introduction A: Core competencies for practitioners in Pain Medicine B: Competencies for practitioners in Pain Medicine

More information

NICE Pathways bring together all NICE guidance, quality standards and other NICE information on a specific topic.

NICE Pathways bring together all NICE guidance, quality standards and other NICE information on a specific topic. Using antidepressants in children and young people bring together all NICE guidance, quality standards and other NICE information on a specific topic. are interactive and designed to be used online. They

More information

Adult ADHD Service - 5 BP. Dr Joe Johnson Consultant Psychiatrist Five Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust

Adult ADHD Service - 5 BP. Dr Joe Johnson Consultant Psychiatrist Five Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust Adult ADHD Service - 5 BP Dr Joe Johnson Consultant Psychiatrist Five Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust My Background Consultant Psychiatrist in 5BP since 2005 Working both in Community and Prison MH (Risley)

More information

Targeted health interventions for each individual school. Develop health needs assessment for each secondary and primary school

Targeted health interventions for each individual school. Develop health needs assessment for each secondary and primary school School profiles Aim Targeted health interventions for each individual school Develop health needs assessment for each secondary and primary school Work with school to develop a school action plan based

More information

ABOUT US. and Expressive Therapy (Dance/Movement, Art, Drama) in addition to individual, group and family therapy by skilled therapists.

ABOUT US. and Expressive Therapy (Dance/Movement, Art, Drama) in addition to individual, group and family therapy by skilled therapists. ABOUT US n Riveredge Hospital maintains the treatment philosophy of Trauma Informed Care. n Our commitment to providing the highest quality of care includes offering Animal Assisted Therapy, and Expressive

More information

Dr. Anna M. Acee, EdD, ANP-BC, PMHNP-BC Long Island University, Heilbrunn School of Nursing

Dr. Anna M. Acee, EdD, ANP-BC, PMHNP-BC Long Island University, Heilbrunn School of Nursing Dr. Anna M. Acee, EdD, ANP-BC, PMHNP-BC Long Island University, Heilbrunn School of Nursing Overview Depression is significantly higher among elderly adults receiving home healthcare, particularly among

More information

Main Specialty/Treatment Function Codes. Human Behavioural Guidance

Main Specialty/Treatment Function Codes. Human Behavioural Guidance Human Behavioural Guidance Version No: 0.1 Purpose of this document This document comprises the Human Behavioural Guidance for NHS Organisations in relation to the changes to the Main Specialty and Treatment

More information

SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE QUALIFY PETROCTM

SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE QUALIFY PETROCTM SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE QUALIFY PETROCTM DISTANCE LEARNING Courses for the caring professions, and more Distance learning courses for caring careers Certificate in Mental Health Awareness...... 3 Certificate

More information

Successfully starting insulin therapy in Primary Care

Successfully starting insulin therapy in Primary Care Successfully starting insulin therapy in Primary Care May 2014 Lorna Bingham Nurse Practitioner Candidate Endocrine, Diabetes & Research Centre Capital and Coast District Health Board lorna.bingham@ccdhb.org.nz

More information

HLTEN611B Apply principles of diabetic nursing care

HLTEN611B Apply principles of diabetic nursing care HLTEN611B Apply principles of diabetic nursing care Release: 1 HLTEN611B Apply principles of diabetic nursing care Modification History Not Applicable Unit Descriptor Descriptor This competency unit describes

More information

Diabetes Management in the Primary Care Setting

Diabetes Management in the Primary Care Setting APNA Online Learning www.apna.asn.au/onlinelearning Diabetes Management in the Primary Care Setting Course Summary Diabetes Management in the Primary Care Setting is an online learning program aimed at

More information

Southmead & Henbury Family Practice Nurse Manager Job Description

Southmead & Henbury Family Practice Nurse Manager Job Description JOB TITLE: REPORTS TO: HOURS: Nurse Manager PARTNERS (Clinically) The Practice Business Manger (Administratively) 30-37 hours per week Job Summary: To provide leadership to and management of the Practice

More information

Care Programme Approach (CPA)

Care Programme Approach (CPA) Care Programme Approach (CPA) The Care Programme Approach (CPA) is used to plan many people s mental health care. This factsheet explains what it is, when you should get and when it might stop. The Care

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION. TREATMENT ROOM NURSE (Development Role) PARTNERS (Clinical)/PRACTICE MANAGER (administration)

JOB DESCRIPTION. TREATMENT ROOM NURSE (Development Role) PARTNERS (Clinical)/PRACTICE MANAGER (administration) JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: REPORTS TO: ACCOUNTABLE TO: HOURS: TREATMENT ROOM NURSE (Development Role) NURSE MANAGER PARTNERS (Clinical)/PRACTICE MANAGER (administration) 22.5 hours per week Job Summary:

More information

Pharmacists improving care in care homes

Pharmacists improving care in care homes The Royal Pharmaceutical Society believes that better utilisation of pharmacists skills in care homes will bring significant benefits to care home residents, care homes providers and the NHS. Introduction

More information

1. How would you define vulnerability in terms of a young person (under 24 who is in NOMS custody?

1. How would you define vulnerability in terms of a young person (under 24 who is in NOMS custody? Royal College of Nursing submission to the Independent Review into self- inflicted deaths in National Offender Management Service (NOMS) custody of 18-24 year olds With a membership of more than 410,000

More information

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) Anne McGarry Lead Nurse for Mental Capacity and Specialist Safeguarding Adults

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) Anne McGarry Lead Nurse for Mental Capacity and Specialist Safeguarding Adults The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) Anne McGarry Lead Nurse for Mental Capacity and Specialist Safeguarding Adults Background and Policy Context Two million people in the UK are estimated to lack capacity

More information

North of Tyne Area Prescribing Committee

North of Tyne Area Prescribing Committee North of Tyne Area Prescribing Committee ANTIPSYCHOTICS IN PSYCHOSIS, BIPOLAR DISORDER AND AUGMENTATION THERAPY IN TREATMENT RESISTANT DEPRESSION Information for Primary Care Updated November 2013 This

More information

CRITICAL SKILLS FOR OPTIMUM PATIENT CARE: Care Coordination and Health Literacy

CRITICAL SKILLS FOR OPTIMUM PATIENT CARE: Care Coordination and Health Literacy Thursday, August 20, 2015 CRITICAL SKILLS FOR OPTIMUM PATIENT CARE: Care Coordination and Health Literacy Contributors to the Presentation: Steven A. Estrine, PhD, President & CEO Loan Mai, PhD, Director

More information

CR183. Liaison psychiatry for every acute hospital. Integrated mental and physical healthcare. December 2013 COLLEGE REPORT

CR183. Liaison psychiatry for every acute hospital. Integrated mental and physical healthcare. December 2013 COLLEGE REPORT CR183 Liaison psychiatry for every acute hospital Integrated mental and physical healthcare December 2013 COLLEGE REPORT Liaison psychiatry for every acute hospital Integrated mental and physical healthcare

More information

Art by Tim, patient. A guide to our services

Art by Tim, patient. A guide to our services Art by Tim, patient A guide to our services St John of God Health Care is a leading provider of Catholic health care in Australia and bases its care on the Christian values of Hospitality, Compassion,

More information

Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) Information for Carers, Families and Friends

Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) Information for Carers, Families and Friends Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) Information for Carers, Families and Friends Welcome to the Early Intervention Service We understand that having involvement with mental health services can be a confusing

More information

'What do they do? The role of mental health nurses in general practice. Kim Ryan Chief Executive Officer Australian College of Mental Health Nurses

'What do they do? The role of mental health nurses in general practice. Kim Ryan Chief Executive Officer Australian College of Mental Health Nurses 'What do they do? The role of mental health nurses in general practice Kim Ryan Chief Executive Officer Australian College of Mental Health Nurses 1 Hearing loss, vision problems and mental disorders are

More information

Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health

Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health Guidance for commissioners of perinatal mental health services 1 www.jcpmh.info Guidance for commissioners of perinatal mental health services Volume Two: Practical

More information

Referral Criteria for Berkshire Specialist CAMHs

Referral Criteria for Berkshire Specialist CAMHs Referral Criteria for Berkshire Specialist CAMHs Berkshire CAMHs is a specialist child and adolescent mental health service that provides support, advice, guidance and treatment for children and young

More information

Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services Mental Health Services At Maitland Private Hospital our team of professionals are committed to providing comprehensive assessment, treatment and support of people experiencing mental health issues. Located

More information

Pre-Birth Assessment Tool

Pre-Birth Assessment Tool 1. Introduction Pre-Birth Assessment Tool This assessment tool is designed to help professionals to carefully consider a range of themes and to tease out issues that have potential for having a significant

More information

Specialist mental health service components

Specialist mental health service components Specialist mental health service components The specialist public mental health system consists of clinical services and psychiatric disability rehabilitation and support services (PDRSS). Clinical mental

More information

Provider Manual. Section 18.0 - Case Management and Disease Management

Provider Manual. Section 18.0 - Case Management and Disease Management Section 18.0 - Case Management and Disease Management 18.1.1 Introduction 18.2.1 Scope 18.3.1 Objectives 18.4.1 Procedures Case Management 18.4.1-A. Referrals 18.4.1-B. Case Management Mercy Maricopa Acute

More information

6.6 Addictions and Substance Misuse

6.6 Addictions and Substance Misuse 6.6 Addictions and Substance Misuse Alcohol and drug misuse are significant public health and social issues costing Northern Ireland millions of pounds every year. Alcohol misuse continues to have the

More information

Department of Psychiatry & Health Behavior. Medical Student Electives in Psychiatry 2014-2015

Department of Psychiatry & Health Behavior. Medical Student Electives in Psychiatry 2014-2015 Department of Psychiatry & Health Behavior If you are interested in declaring psychiatry as your area of interest, please contact Dr. Adriana Foster (afoster@gru.edu). Medical Student Electives in Psychiatry

More information

HSE Transformation Programme. to enable people live healthier and more fulfilled lives. Easy Access-public confidence- staff pride

HSE Transformation Programme. to enable people live healthier and more fulfilled lives. Easy Access-public confidence- staff pride HSE Transformation Programme. to enable people live healthier and more fulfilled lives Easy Access-public confidence- staff pride The Health Service Executive 4.1 Chronic Illness Framework July 2008 1

More information

Care Programme Approach (CPA)

Care Programme Approach (CPA) Care Programme Approach (CPA) The Care Programme Approach (CPA) is the system that is used to organise many people s care from 'secondary mental health services'. This factsheet explains what you should

More information

Continuing Professional Development for Registered and Enrolled Nurses

Continuing Professional Development for Registered and Enrolled Nurses Continuing Professional Development for Registered and Enrolled Nurses Contents Introduction: Aged Care Learning Solutions CPD Solution 0-04 Learning Plans and Catalogue CPD Solution Resources Learning

More information

Mid Essex. Specialist Psychosis Service

Mid Essex. Specialist Psychosis Service Mid Essex Specialist Psychosis Service What is psychosis? Why have you been referred to us? Psychosis is general term used to describe a number of symptoms. Some of the symptoms of psychosis include: False

More information

Skill Levels for Delivering High Quality Asthma and COPD Respiratory Care by Nurses in Primary Care

Skill Levels for Delivering High Quality Asthma and COPD Respiratory Care by Nurses in Primary Care Skill Levels for Delivering High Quality Asthma and COPD Respiratory Care by Nurses in Primary Care September 2007 Revised December 2009, April 2014 Author: Ruth McArthur In conjunction with the PCRS-UK

More information

Discrimination on grounds of ethnicity, race, gender, sexuality or disability

Discrimination on grounds of ethnicity, race, gender, sexuality or disability Emotional health and wellbeing Why is it important? Emotional ill health is the result of who we are and what happens to us in our lives. For children, this may include poor attachment, poor parenting,

More information

Lambeth and Southwark Action on Malnutrition Project (LAMP) Dr Liz Weekes Project Lead Guy s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust

Lambeth and Southwark Action on Malnutrition Project (LAMP) Dr Liz Weekes Project Lead Guy s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust Lambeth and Southwark Action on Malnutrition Project (LAMP) Dr Liz Weekes Project Lead Guy s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust Page 0 What is the problem? Page 1 3 million (5 % population) at risk of malnutrition

More information

Building a high quality health service for a healthier Ireland

Building a high quality health service for a healthier Ireland Building a high quality health service for a healthier Ireland Health Service Executive Corporate Plan 2015-2017 Contents Foreword from the Director General 2 Vision and Mission 3 Values 4 Our Plan 5

More information

3.5 Guidelines, Monitoring and Surveillance of At Risk Groups

3.5 Guidelines, Monitoring and Surveillance of At Risk Groups 3.5 Guidelines, Monitoring and Surveillance of At Risk Groups 3.5.6 Children of Parents who are Affected by Drug and Alcohol Misuse Background There is overwhelming evidence that the misuse of drugs and

More information

Who We Serve Adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression.

Who We Serve Adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression. We Serve Adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression. We Do Provide a comprehensive individually tailored group treatment program in

More information

Modernising Mental Health Services in Bristol. 23 rd February Care Forum- Vassall centre

Modernising Mental Health Services in Bristol. 23 rd February Care Forum- Vassall centre Modernising Mental Health Services in Bristol 23 rd February Care Forum- Vassall centre Maya Bimson- Programme Director, Modernising mental health services in Bristol project. Mark Hayman- Associate Director

More information