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The College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI) runs a variety of cross-project special interest days during the year.  These are one day learning events, free to staff from member services, which focus on topics of particular interest, or those where a lack of training has been highlighted.

 

Please click on the links below for a selection of resources from previous special interest days.

 

Suicide Prevention

A day looking at suicide prevention and postvention.

 

Suicide prevention: example of enhancing education & care delivery

Karen Lascelles, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

A death like no other: dealing with the aftermath of suicide

Karen Lascelles, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

What works and what may not work

Keith Hawton, University of Oxford Centre for Suicide Research

Talking about Samaritans

Precious Jeffers, Samaritans

Supporting staff members after the suicide of a patient

Melsina Makaza, Institute for Health Research, University of Bedfordshire

 

LGBT Mental Health

A day focusing on specific issues faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients.

 

The nature of homophobia and how it might be overcome

Michael King, Division of Psychiatry, University College London

Mental health and well-being needs of LGBT+ people

Nuno Nodin & the RaRE Study Team, PACE

Getting LGBT equality embedded into clinical practice

Alison Devlin, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Experiences and reflections from a service user perspective

Ian Callaghan, Rethink Mental Illness

My experience of being LGBT and using mental health services

Leigh Wilson-Hawley

The barriers deaf LGBT adults experience in accessing help for mental health problems

Gary Cutmore & Helen Miller, South West London & St George's NHS Trust

 

Making the difference: How CCQI patients and carers can influence change in mental health services

An event for patients and carers working with the CCQI.

 

Real life stories- The impact of patient and carer involvement on: Mental health services

Professor Mike Crawford, Director of the CCQI

Real life stories- The impact of patient and carer involvement on: Carers and Patients working with the CCQI

John Cropping, carer

Finding meaning

Rachel Lauren Cowey, Service user

How patients and carers can help challenge and deal with stigma and discrimination in mental health

Julie Salt and Veronica Kamerling, Carers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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