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This course can be delivered at your trust premises for £2,500
plus VAT for up to 30 delegates. This includes speaker fees,
travel and all course materials.
here for more details or contact the CALC
team on 020 7977 6657 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A practical course supporting
skills development, service improvement and implementation of the
NICE Guideline on Self Harm
Ambulance Services and Emergency
Departments (A&E) treat up to 170,000 people a year following
self harm. The NICE Guideline on Self Harm, published in 2004, sets
standards for care in the first 48 hours. However, staff in
ambulance services and acute medical settings receive little
training on self harm and often feel ill equipped to respond.
Service users report that understanding and positive attitudes from
staff are the most important factors in receiving quality care.
This training draws on learning from good practice initiatives and
the Royal College of Psychiatrists ‘Better Services for People who
Self Harm’ Quality Improvement Project.
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