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Information sharing with families: Making it work to benefit all

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Overview

A one day training event run by The Meriden Family Programme in partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatrists Centre for Advanced Learning and Conferences to highlight the benefits of working with families whilst respecting the rights and wishes of the service user. Consideration will also be given to the fact that carers have rights too.

 

About the Course

This very interactive one day event will help delegates to find ways of enhancing their practice by working collaboratively with families in order to achieve the best outcomes for all. It will consider the dilemma of the clinician in respecting the rights of the service user whilst providing the information needed by families in their caring role and how, if managed well, good collaborative working can benefit  everybody.

The fact that carers have rights too will also be discussed. This is a new course designed to help health and social care professionals gain a greater understanding of confidentiality and how best to handle it in the best interests of all.

This course is eligible for 6 CPD hours subject to your peer group approval.

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