Mental Distress in the Child & Adolescent Refugee Population
SIMULATION TRAINING

This multi-professional one-day course will support frontline professionals to gain skills and knowledge in the assessment and management of mental health issues in children and adolescent refugees and unaccompanied asylum seekers.

Time & Location

Time & Date: TBC

Location: The Lambeth Hospital, 108 Landor Rd, London SW9 9NU, UK

 

About The Event:

Course Outline

A multi-professional one-day course that will support front-line professionals to gain skills and knowledge in the assessment and management of mental health issues in children and adolescent refugees and unaccompanied asylum seekers.

Suitable for a range of frontline professionals involved in the assessment of unaccompanied asylum seeking children and refugees in the GENERAL HOSPITAL and COMMUNITY Psychiatrists, third sector workers, Social Workers, Police, GP trainees, ED trainees, RGNs and RMNs. This course is free and can count towards CPD where appropriate.

Learning objectives:


After completing this course those attending will:

  • have improved confidence, knowledge and skills in the management of refugee populations and their mental health issues
  • have improved knowledge of the journey and socio political context refugee and asylum seekers face
  • have a practical and culturally appropriate management plan given limited resources and legal context.





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