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Extended Case Study

Overview: The extended case study module aims to enable you to engage and manage a client with complex health and social care needs. You will be required to systematically assess, plan, intervene and evaluate their health and social care interventions. You will have access to 12 hours of supervision provided by an appropriate and qualified health care professional with experience of supervision. This module will be taught through two main methods. There will be an initial tutorial with the module leader to examine the structure of the extended case study, the supervision process and the systematic approach to care. Following this, each student will be allocated a designated supervisor who will act as a resource for enabling you to select the appropriate assessment format and structure the case formulation strategy.

Credits: 40
Level: 5
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 8 days self directed

For further information, please contact: Vicky Baldwin. Tel: 0115 969 1300 ext 10638.
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Family Interventions in Psychosis

Overview: This module is an introduction to evidenced-based family interventions for staff who work alongside carers. The module content presents an understanding of family intervention literature, family assessments and evidenced based approaches. These include health promotion strategies, utilising strengths and supports, coping and stress reduction, problem solving techniques and enhancing interpersonal communication.

Credits: 20
Level: 5 & 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 5 days

For further information, please contact: Chris Tandy. Tel: 07545 229 632
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Engaging and Working with Clients Experiencing Complex Mental Health Needs and Substance Misuse Problems

Overview: The aim of this module is to develop a comprehensive assessment and intervention strategy for people with substance misuse problems. The module content includes understanding the nature of substance misuse, motivational interviewing techniques, case formulation, working with resistance and denial, group work verses individual treatment approaches and the utilisation of supervision to aid practice.

Credits: 30
Level: 5 & 6
Location: Rampton Hospital
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 7 days

For further information, please contact: Glen Thomas. Tel: 01777 247 365
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Early Interventions

Overview: This module offers you an opportunity to understand the principles and practice of early intervention service provision for psychosis. The module examines early intervention literature and explores the effective utilisation of bio-psychosocial assessment and treatment strategies to promote wellness and independence. The module supports the training needs for staff who work in early intervention services.

Credits: 20
Level: 5 & 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 5 days

For further information, please contact: Chris Tandy. Tel: 07545 229 632
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Coping and Enhancing Mental Health

Overview: One of the goals of healthcare practice is to work with people to improve their health and independence. Sometimes this may mean living well, even with the presence of symptoms. This module aims to highlight the importance of self-initiated coping in managing distressing experiences and to focus upon strengthening and enhancing positive strategies; to maintain wellness and promote independence.

Credits: 20
Level: 5 & 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 5 days

For further information, please contact: Ray Woodcock. Tel: 01777 247 368
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