Mental Health Awareness and the General Hospital (KCH)
This course is purposely designed for all hospital trust staff working in both clinical and non-clinical roles who are likely to work with individuals who present with co-morbid mental and physical health conditions. Participants will be involved in a day of classroom-based theory focused and highly interactive style of learning. There will be a series of videos and cases scenarios covering a broad range of mental health conditions that commonly present in acute hospital, followed by detailed discussions and mini teaching sessions.
The course is aimed at equipping participants with the knowledge for identification of challenging co-morbid mental health presentations in the general hospital and providing practical skills for its management, including the use of existing legal frameworks.
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Understand the inter-phase between mental health and physical health
|Understand and acknowledge the importance of mental health in the general hospital settings||Understand the identification of Commonly occurring co-morbid mental health conditions and its management|
|Understand why there are systemic barriers to better care of individual with Mental health challenges||Identify and start to develop a range of practical mental health management skills||Understand the legal frameworks that are used in the management of Individuals with mental health challenges|
|Understand the role of the mental health Liaison service within the acute trust settings|
Discounted rates are available for group bookings. Please contact us for more information. Maudsley Learning has a full range of courses to meet the needs of your organisation. Most can be delivered to you flexibly and tailored to your requirements.
We are able to offer custom-made programs, whether digital or face to face, to meet the education and training needs of your organisation in the UK or internationally.
We value research and knowledge-sharing and will continue to contribute to the literature base on mental health education, addressing important research questions in this exciting field.