Resources page for staff working in mental health and suicide prevention at the Enhanced level.
The 'Enhanced Level' focuses on the knowledge and skills required by staff working in health and social care, and wider public services, who have regular and intense contact with people experiencing mental distress, mental ill health, and may be at risk of self-harm or suicide, and whose job role means they can provide direct interventions. The knowledge and skills requred at this level become increasingly role and context specific which means educaiton to support practitioners is too. The knowledge and skills framework can help you to identify any learning or development needs within the context of your role/environment.
During autumn/winter 2021 and spring 2022 we will run a series of master classes via MS Teams to support workforce learning and development at the Enhanced and Specialist levels of the mental health improvement and prevention of self-harm and suicide Knowledge and Skills Framework.
So far, the topics we are planning to cover include;
Details will be posted on this page and via twitter as soon as dates/times are confirmed @NESnmaph @NES_Psychology @P_H_S_Official
If you have suggestions for other master classes that you would find useful about mental health improvement and prevention of self-harm and suicide please email us on Psychology@nes.scot.nhs.uk We can’t promise we can cover all suggestions, but it will certainly inform our thinking and planning for future events/sessions.
The master classes are intended for people whose work role requires them to further develop skills and knowledge at the enhanced and specialist level of the mental health improvement and prevention of self-harm and suicide framework. For resources at the informed and skilled level see our other pages on this site Mental health improvement, and prevention of self-harm and suicide | Turas | Learn (nhs.scot)
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