This national NHS forum will investigate the best interventions in crisis care, where services are delivering models that pre-empt crisis, reduce repeat attendance, help children in crisis, and take different routes to emergency calls or police involvement. With specific focus on self-harm, suicide and substance misuse, this interactive day will delve into the implications of long-term support and planning as well as tackling crisis at the front door.
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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:
Inspiring, motivating, informativeTees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Great content and speakers – good combination of speakers in terms of backgroundNorthumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Very interesting. Enabled positive reflection on service provision in my areaTees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Evidence of good practice nationally which we are able to take back to our local areasCoventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
Every session was very usefulCoventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
Stimulating and inspirational presentations generating lots of ideas but not least an excellent opportunity to networkLeicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Excellent day. Encouraging passionate speakers2gether NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from Mental Health Crisis Care Roadmap which took place on 21 June 2019 in Manchester , includes the following presentations:
- Realistic expectations from the Long-Term Plan - multi-agency and workforce developments
- Case study insight - into a service that delivers long term emotional and practical support
- GM Children and Young People’s - Crisis Care Pathway
- Reducing repeat attendance and suicide risk - for people who self-harm and present at ED
- The role of the psychiatric liaison team - in reducing frequent attendance to A&E
- Developing a model to deliver effective care - for children and young people in crisis
- Crisis working with families in bereavement - and preventing suicide in young people
- When a mental health crisis is responded to - by a specialist nurse and a paramedic
- Police officers and health professionals working together - to provide Street Triage
- Improving person centred care - for high intensity patients
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