Models of Care for Repeat and Frequent Users of Mental Health Services
Repeat users of acute psychiatric services continue to highlight important and relevant questions about the ways we we co-ordinate and deliver person-centred care in mental health services. This small group of service users and their carers often experience considerable health inequalities, presenting with complex relationships to care, and can create challenges for mental health professionals.
This one-day symposium will develop your understanding of this group and the challenges faced by both repeat users and their healthcare teams. You will learn about the value of dedicated support and thinking for this group, alongside what can go wrong when these service don’t consider the experience of the service user. There will be examples of new models that have been implemented to improve the recovery and outcomes for these service users, as well as opportunities to discuss and share experiences and learning with other participants.
Identification of repeat users – understanding the local need – COGstack – data analysts for P&P
NHS England – STOP Sim – barriers to multiagency working – findings and recommendations from their review of SIM
Repeat admissions – Crisis Plus model – Implementation of repeat user services – evaluation and lessons
Complex emotional needs – transition services for repeated inpatient admissions diagnosed with personality disorder
AdStac – Advance directives for services users from a Black background
PSW for frequent users of HTT.
Future directions Q&A / Round table
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.