Resolving Complaints with Improved Conversations
Sound evidence and effective communication techniques: best practice advice for handling complaints
Enhancing Your Mental Health Liaison Team
Achieving NICE guidelines, providing effective older adult care and reducing frequent attendees
Advancing your Acute Mental Health Pathways
Learn cohesive approaches to minimise stay, reduce readmissions, boost outcomes and sustain improvement
Progressing your Mental Health STP from Plan to Action
Strengthen community services, improve acute care and benchmark your STP achievements so far
Improving Mental Health Care for Offenders
Overcoming budget and workforce challenges to support offenders and increase wellness in the CJS
Improving Clinical Practice for the Management of Sepsis
Proactive care and working collaboratively to ensure early identification and timely management
Tools and techniques for Clinical Human Factors
How to reduce error rates, increase team work and enhance a safety culture
Non-Medical Prescribing National Update
NMP National gathering on competency, accountability, service improvements, continuous development and support
Welcome to NHS Courses and NHS Conferences for Mental Health
SBK Healthcare offer NHS courses designed to equip mental health teams with the right tools to drive forward quality psychiatric care and achieve true parity of esteem. From mental health crisis care to liaison and even pathway redesign, our research-driven NHS conferences enables the effective building of best practice by showcasing the very best that the NHS has to offer.
With manageable group sizes and ample opportunities to network throughout these one day courses, each NHS conference offered will include an educational variety of presentations, discussions and practical group learning activities. Attend one of our unique NHS conferences and take the opportunity to share your successes and work through your challenges with other experienced mental health professionals, which have previously included Consultant Psychiatrists, Clinical Team Leaders, Ward Managers, Liaison Nurses, Commissioning Managers and Nurse Practitioners.
Featuring in 2017/2018 are:
Enabling Crisis Care Concordat and Mental Health Outcomes: this research-led NHS course will guide you toward realising your service goals by focussing on how to build strong and cohesive relationships with the emergency services and ultimately how to deliver crisis care that works for patients as well as being cost and time efficient for staff.
Managing Mental Health in Paediatric Acute Care: this one day NHS conference will enable you to progress your service by covering the key issues of staffing, risk assessment and communication for managing mental health in an acute paediatric setting.
Empowering your Mental Health Liaison Team: learn how to build strong, effective and adaptable liaisons teams on this one day NHS course, covering prominent issues such as staffing, funding and deliver gold-standard mental health care.
Creating and Sustaining Efficient Mental Health Pathways: this unique seminar has been designed to help your team streamline your mental health pathways, making the patient journey from assessment to admission and beyond as efficient as possible.
Improving Mental Health Care in Prisons: a unique and timely NHS conference, this event will offer attendees practical advice for improving the quality of MH care in prisons and viable strategies to achieve consistent improvements.
Driving Forward Non-Medical Prescribing in Mental Health: one day to guide you through the practicalities of this cost and time efficient approach by empowering capable, staff to prescribe.
Innovations in Urgent and Emergency Mental Health Care: this NHS conference will map creative approaches to staffing, pathways and finances for delivering fast, focussed and consistently effective urgent and emergency care.
If you would like to be part of a future Mental Health NHS Conference, please contact email@example.com