Evening Update: Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Tuesday 24th November 2020Virtual Event via Zoom
5.45pm Registration/Login, 6.00pm Welcome and 8.00pm Close
Those service users with new diagnosis of psychosis, 20% will develop complex needs and be referred to inpatient rehabilitation. 80% of referrals are from acute inpatients and 20% from secure mental heath services according to care quality commission brief guide. Despite of compelling statistics psychiatric rehabilitation remains an enigma to clinicians. The second edition of enabling recovery book and also the new NICE guidelines on rehabilitation for adults with complex psychosis and related severe mental health conditions which is expected to be published in August 2020 have made the principles and practices of rehabilitation psychiatry more clearer.
Deciding which service users are committed to change and then promoting willingness for those service users to engage in a change process is perhaps one of he most difficult tasks facing clinicians. Led by Dr Rebecca Lasseko, MBchB, MRCPsych, MSc, Psychiatry, Consultant Psychiatrists and Clinical Lead of Complex Rehabilitation Services for Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation trust, this talk is aimed at raising awareness of what psychiatric rehabilitation role is in the care of service users as result supporting clinicians to identify which service users will benefit with what more easily.
After attending this course delegates will be able to:
- Understand the components of a "whole system" rehabilitation care pathways
- Identify the role of rehabilitation in service user's recovery using person centered approach
- Apply knowledge of psychiatric rehabilitation in assessing and management of service users in their day to day care.