Crucial guidance for PMVA Leads and Trainers, Nurses, Managers and Consultant Psychiatrists from mental health and learning disability services as well as A&E departments and all health and social care services where patients present with challenging behaviour. Gain clarity on Positive and Proactive Care: ensure you are ready for inspection against the new guidance, practical steps you can take now: implement Positive and Proactive Care in your organisation, learn from best practice: hear real results from organisations who have dramatically reduced the use of restraint, seclusion and other restrictive interventions and effect cultural change in your organisation: minimise the use of restrictive practices.
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Very informative and gave fresh ideas for practice, also reassuring and inspiring to know the areas of difficulty are the similar if not the same when implementing improvements/change5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Interesting to hear the different approaches to the same endCrisis Prevention Institute
An enlightening and validating experience offering support, guidance and a valuable networking opportunity to share best practiceNorfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
A very affirming and re-invigorating experiencMersey Care NHS Trust
Very useful to explore the implementation process and challenges faced by other organisations. Well prepared and supported by knowledgeable presentersNorfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Really interesting, speakers extremely engagingTees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from Reducing Restrictive Practices which took place on 25 March 2015 in Manchester, includes the following presentations:
- Understanding and Implementing - the Positive and Proactive Care Guidance
- Understanding what is Meant by Restrictive Practices - and Ensuring you are Implementing the Positive and Proactive Guidance
- No Force First Case Study - Effecting Cultural Change in your Organisation to Create a Coercion Free Environment
- Case Study: Reducing Restrictive Practices - in a Forensic Setting
- Case Study: Reducing the use of Restraint - at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
- Case Study: Implementing a Restraint - and Seclusion Reduction Programme
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