Who Are The Target Audiences - Staff Groups?
- Staff across mental health - especially inpatient care-reflective practice, shared decision making, therapeutic care at all levels
- AMHPs - improve clarity of training requirements and professional regulation standards
- Section 12 approved Drs and AMHPs - improve capacity, availability and link to new legislation
- Ambulances, emergency services, paramedics - note this includes A&E hospital MH liaison links - expand ambulance paramedic MH training
- Cultural competence (Whole workforce)- better knowledge and empathic delivery - culturally linked factors
- Advocates - better training needed
- Mental Health Workforce - therapeutic risk taking - reset training balance from risk to therapeutic risk goals
- Hospital Managers and Associate Hospital Manager (AMHs) - deliver standardized training ongoing including general MH training and knowledge of NICE standards
- Mental Health Act Tribunal Members - links to MOJ/HM Courts Tribunals - train members in specialisms: CYP, forensic, learning disability, autism, older people: cultural competence
- Children and Young People Services - training in understanding capacity and competence
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