Learning Session 21 will be held on Wednesday 11th March 2020 & Thursday 12th March 2020 at Holiday Inn Filton, Bristol.
We will post updates here when bookings are open, and please also check with the Programme Manager at your Trust. We look forward to seeing you all then.
Learning Session 20 was a fabulous event and a great success! We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who attended and helped make this such a fantastically successful event. You all worked so hard and so well as a collaborative, and so from all of us at the South of England Mental Health Collaborative – A HUGE THANK YOU!!
We are pleased to advise booking for Learning Session 20 is now open!
The 2 day event will take place on Tuesday 5th & Wednesday 6th November at the Holiday Inn Filton. Please follow the link to book your place:
Thank you to everyone who attended and contributed in making LS19 a fantastic event! We really appreciate all the hard work and support from everyone, and we look forward to seeing you all again at Learning Session 20!
Dates for your diary – Learning Session 20 will be held on Tuesday 5th November & Wednesday 6th November 2019.
The Reducing Restrictive Practice (RRP) collaborative is part of a wider Mental Health Safety Improvement Programme (MHSIP) which was established by NHS Improvement (NHSI) in partnership with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in response to a request made by the Secretary of State. The aim of the RRP is to reduce restrictive practice (measured by number of restraints, seclusions and rapid tranquilisations) by 33% in the wards that are selected to take part. In order to meet this aim, the programme will work to:
- Design the programme in collaboration with experts and experts by experience
- Provide tools and resources for selected wards to develop their own quality improvement plans
- Support wards to carry out quality improvement through bimonthly learning days and dedicated Quality Improvement Coaches
To read more and to view available resources, please visit the website at – https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/improving-care/nccmh/reducing-restrictive-practice
The Zero Suicide Alliance is working in partnership with the Health Innovation Network (HIN) to engage stakeholders to contribute to the design and content of a digital suicide prevention resource.
The resource will become the digital ‘Go To’ source for accessible and evidence-based examples of training, interventions, research and statistical information for all sectors involved in suicide prevention.
You are invited to a workshop to contribute to the design and content of this digital resource.
We welcome delegates from all professions working to prevent suicide. This includes, but not limited to, NHS staff, public health, social services, police, fire service, ambulance services, digital companies, housing organisations, voluntary sector, RNLI, prisons, probation, schools, universities, armed forces and private sector organisations.
If you have any questions or queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are invited to a suicide prevention ‘Go To’ resource workshop in:-
Please choose your location-
Central London Wednesday 3rd July 2019. Register here
Central Bristol – Tuesday 9th July 2019. Register here.
Central Leeds – Wednesday 17th July. Register here.