This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors and their supervisors. The session explores models of supervision and how they can be applied to supervising counselling work with children and young people. The session also gives case examples to illustrate the different supervision models.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and covers organising knowledge about a child or young person in ways that lead to identification of factors amenable to change and hence guide intervention.
This session considers the problems that can result from poor mental health in pre-school children and the different strategies that can be used to prevent or manage them. However, this information will not enable healthcare professionals to deal with all the difficulties they may encounter without expert help and support.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and reviews how attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is identified and treated, so you will be able to plan your investigations and advise the child or young person and their family on how to manage the condition.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and reviews values-based approaches to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) improvement and stresses the central role of purpose as defined by service users. It is suggested that relationships are the basis for all service improvements and are therefore emphasised in strength-based approaches. Appreciative Inquiry is defined and applications in CAMHS explored.
This course will give you an overview of the management of an explosion to include specific scene management and the treatment of a patient injured in an explosion from point of injury to hospital admission. Requires registration. Access is currently only available to NHS, Department of Health and Health Protection Agency employees.
This course will give you an overview of the organisation of the hospital during a major incident including the management and organisation of the incident scene, the role of the Medical Emergency Response Incident Team (MERIT) and triage and how this might change during a major incident. Requires registration. Access is currently only available to NHS, Department of Health and Health Protection Agency employees.