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Policy documents

This is a repository of information relevant to the provision, commissioning and quality control of liaison psychiatry services. Please contact Dr Temple with suggestions and contributions.

 

Faculty reports

Liaison Psychiatry and the management of long-term conditions and medically unexplained symptoms, makes a case for adding liaison psychiatry to medical management. 

 

College reports 

 

Position statements

 

NICE guidelines

 

 

Other reports

This Mental Health Network Briefing looks at opportunities to improve quality and efficiency in acute services by focusing on the needs of the significant number of patients who also have mental health problems complicating their care and discharge.

It sets out some good practice examples together with academic evidence to build a business case for liaison psychiatry services.


Service Development

These notes are written by liaison psychiatrists with a range of experience in establishing liaison services in different hospitals in the hope that they will help future consultants negotiate some of the difficult problems which will face them following their appointment. The notes should be read in conjunction with the "Model job description for consultant in liaison psychiatry" which is available to in print form from the College or from the officers of the Liaison Psychiatry Faculty.

 

  1. Introduction & preliminary negotiations
  2. Managerial arrangements & facilities
  3. Junior medical staff & non-medical professional staff
  4. Developing the service
  5. Teaching, research & links with colleagues
  6. Developing a new post in a hospital where no previous liaison service existed

 

  

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Events

 

4 – 6 June 2014 - Addictions & Liaison Faculty Joint Annual Conference, Leeds

Contact: csimms@rcpsych.ac.uk

Phone: 020 3701 2604

Call for papers now open

 

 

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LATEST NEWS

Events

 

27 & 28 February 2014 - BPOS: the emotional impact of cancer Venue: Preston Marriott Hotel, Preston

Note: As this is not a College conference we are unfortunately unable to help with queries.

 

 

Faculty report:

Liaison Psychiatry and the management of long-term conditions and medically unexplained symptoms

 

Newsletter:

 

JISC Update: 


Get involved:

If you would like to contribute anything to this section, please send us material which you would like to share with others.