Led by Professor Richard Holt, the purpose of the course is to consider important Cardiovascular Risk factors and how these can be managed effectively in Mental Health settings. Obesity, diabetes, dyslipidemia will all be addressed.
Partnership virtual North East TA Conference
Led by Dr Carol Stott from Beginning with A Autism Consultancy and Training, this comprehensive course provides in-depth coverage of ADOS-2.
The purpose of the talk is to raise the awareness of perinatal mental health and the support available, share innovative ways in tackling health inequalities by engaging, improving access and providing a culturally responsive service and to give an understanding of the importance in providing support for partners during this crucial time. Sharing lived experience and the impact having a perinatal illness can have not only on the individual but the whole family and looking at it through a cultural lens.
Significant number of people with brain injury presents to mainstream mental health services including emergency setting, community care, inpatient and forensic setting. Their presentations can be at times challenging to manage, difficult to understand, and appropriate assessment and interventions may not be easily accessible. Better understanding and awareness among clinicians can help to improve the management of these patients and help access appropriate interventions.
Presented by the Andrew Sims Centre’s established Mental Health Law multi-professional training team.
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