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

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.

Time & Location

Time & Date: TBC 

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

  • 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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