NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
Learning domain identifier: Safety First & Quality Professor Phil Maude presents the latest developments in psychopharmacotherapy interventions and therapeutic work for nurses. The workshop uses the principles of the THORN initiative to explore how nurses work with consumers around medication
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
Learning domain identifier: Evidence Informed Practice In recent years, along with the development of the Consumer Movement and Recovery Model, there has been a growing acknowledgement of the role of trauma in the lives of those who experience mental health problems. This has encompassed research
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
Learning domain identifier: Safety First & Quality A critical issue for clinicians and teams in mental health services is the ability to identify suicidal thinking and behaviours, explore the quality of the person’s suicidal intent and accurately describe the risks and relevant interventions that
Courses - Western Cluster
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This workshop is by invitation only Description: This workshop is an introduction to the VMHILN. The purpose of this day is to provide leaders and emerging leaders who have been nominated by their service to learn about the VMHILN. The training is co-designed and co-facilitated with the lived
Courses - Western Cluster
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This workshop is by invitation only Description: The workshop is designed for VMHILN members to understand the current changing climate in organisations. It will assist members to facilitate themselves through change, embrace and view change in a positive way & prepare for the challenges that change
Courses - Western Cluster
Presenter(s) “ Speakers to be confirmed” Further details will be made available closer to the event. Description Mental health nurses contribute in many important ways to the consumer, carer and family experience. They actively shape policy and influence practice, systems, quality and change through
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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Learning domain identifier: Safety First & Quality 2 day workshop This workshop explores the current best practice, NWMH procedures and resources designed to assist clinicians to practice within the framework of the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 and the Every Child Every Chance Initiative.
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
Learning domain identifier: Evidence Informed Practice This workshop will equip participants with a practical understanding of cognitive behaviour therapy and the skills required to use this therapy in bed based services. The workshop will be a combination of lecture and skills practice in small
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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Learning domain identifier: Evidence Informed Practice 2 day workshop This intensive training is designed for the experienced mental health clinician to follow the continuum of care for mental health consumers with co-occurring substance use issues from intake to discharge. Throughout this
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
Learning domain identifier: Safety First & Quality As well as raising awareness this workshop aims to: Enable clinicians to recognise signs of intimate partner and family violence, provide an overview of how to initially respond and support consumers, and outline referral pathways to appropriate
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
Learning domain identifier: Safety First & Quality This workshop is designed to support the participants understanding of gender sensitive and safe practice in the mental health care setting. The objectives include understanding gender and sexuality and their impact on health, understanding the
Courses - Western Cluster
This session is fully booked Presenter(s) John Julian, Accredited MSC Teacher and LAMPS Manager Target Audience This event is open to mental health clinicians and lived experience workforces. Description Participants of this two-day workshop will learn the core skills of Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC