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Assessment and Management of Mental Health issues for Paramedics and related Health Practitioners Level 6 & 7 Module

 

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Event Category:

Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals

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UEA, Norwich

Start Date

10th April 2019

Duration

4 Days

Credits

20

Cost

£855

Course Description

This module has been designed to meet the needs of a range of acute, primary, unscheduled and emergency practitioners. These include Nurse Practitioners in A&E departments and primary care, practice nurses, Emergency Care Practitioners (ECPs)s, midwives and prison health staff and takes account of the lack of knowledge, skills and confidence that many practitioners have in assessing and managing a range of mental health issues in non-mental health specialist environments.

This module aims to develop the non-mental health practitioner’s understanding of:

• Mental health assessment, current evidence and approaches to screening and risk assessment
• Exploration of a range of common mental health presentations and their management.

How will I Learn?

Face to Face Learning

Study Dates

Seminar

10th April 2019

8th May 2019

5th June 2019

26th June 2019

Workshop

5th June 2019

Lecture 26th June 2019

Course Director

Ian McKay  I.Mckay@uea.ac.uk

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