Mon, 05 Mar | Frimley Health & Berkshire Healthcare

Simulation Workshop At the Mental-Physical Interface: Children and Young People

This one-day interprofessional course is aimed at paediatric trainees (ST1-8), paediatric nurses (bands 5-8), child and adolescent mental health professionals, core psychiatry trainees, child and adolescent psychiatry higher trainees, and any doctors undertaking a paediatric placement or with...
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Simulation Workshop At the Mental-Physical Interface:  Children and Young People

Time & Location

05 Mar 2018, 08:30
Frimley Health & Berkshire Healthcare, Frimley, Camberley GU16 7UJ, UK

About The Event

Course Outline

This one-day interprofessional course is aimed at paediatric trainees (ST1-8), paediatric nurses (bands 5-8), child and adolescent mental health professionals, core psychiatry trainees, child and adolescent psychiatry higher trainees, and any doctors undertaking a paediatric placement or with an interest in child health. It revolves around the management of young people with physical and mental health co-morbidity in the general hospital setting.

Participants will be involved in a series of simulated scenarios using actors. Debriefing models are employed to assist participants to learn positively and constructively from the experience.

Learning objectives

After completing this course those attending will be able to:

• demonstrate improved confidence, knowledge and skills in the management of young people with physical and mental co-morbidity.

• understand the role non-technical skills play in the management of young people with physical and mental healthcare co-morbidity.

• demonstrate improved communication and collaboration skills within the multidisciplinary team.

• describe the challenges that can arise when managing young people with mental health needs in general healthcare settings.

• be able to work more effectively with colleagues, including those from other specialities, when managing young people with physical and mental health co-morbidity.

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