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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services


Publications

 

The Quality Network has produced a number of publications documenting and exploring the various topics associated with forensic mental health. Below you can find our work on setting standards within secure settings and a number of good practice leaflets taken from workshop discussions.
 

The Medium Secure Annual Report can be found on the Reports page.

 

Standards Publications


Standards for Medium Secure Services

Standards and criteria for Women in Medium Secure Care  LD Standards Relational Security Standards 
 

Implementation  Criteria -2nd Edition

 

Standards for Deaf People In Medium Secure Care

Watch the Sign Language video

 

Standards for Low Secure Services Standards for Psychotherapy in MSUs
     
  Standards for Substance Misuse interventions for use in MSUs Standards for Community Forensic Mental Health Services    

 

Other Publications

The Quality Network has developed a number of leaflets based on Annual Report recommendations.


Cycle 8
   
 

Service User Involvement

Carer Involvement 

 


Cycle 7

 Facilities

Physical Security

 Relational Security

 Supervision


Cycle 6
   

recovery leaflet physical vocation

Implementation of Recovery Models

Access to Education Physical Security Vocational Opportunities


Cycle 5


25 Hours Activity   
Good Food Leaflet   Good Food
Spider Diagram Tool

 

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Low Secure services

 

 

Upcoming Events


Lead Reviewer Training

Thursday 17 July
Thursday 7 August
Wednesday 17 September

 

 

Advisory Group

 

 

Contact Us

If you would like more information regarding the Network you can speak to one of the team.

 

Policy Library

This is a password protected area of the website for members to share resources.

 

You may also be interested in the RCPsych Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry.