MSc Psychiatric Research Simulation session
This is a half-day, online simulation course designed for students on KCL’s MSc in Psychiatric Research. It will focus on communication with service users and carers, clinical interview skills and professionalism.
Through a series of simulated clinical encounters with patients played by professionally-trained actors, course participants will be able to develop these skills and improve their confidence in relation to working in a mental healthcare setting.
Each scenario will be followed by a structured debrief chaired by our experienced simulation facilitators. The debrief will be an opportunity for reflection on these skills and the associated clinical themes and challenges presented by working in a clinical setting.
|Improve knowledge and skills in assessment and classification of common mental health conditions||To develop confidence in applying these skills in a clinical context||To improve confidence, knowledge and skills in working with patients’ carers and families|
|To improve confidence, knowledge and skills in working with patients’ carers and families||To introduce basics concepts in professionalism and how they apply in the clinical setting|
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