Watch this space for future events
- In sight and in mind: Making good on the promise of mental health rehabilitation (PDF)
- Mental Health Inpatient Rehabilitation Services Typology Table (PDF)
- CR218: Bridges not walls: good practice guidance for transition and cooperation between mental health services for older people
- FR/RS/07: Community psychosis services: the role of community mental health rehabilitation teams (PDF)
- FR/RS/06: A guide to good practice in the use of out-of-area placements (PDF)
- FR/RS/05: Making the case for a rehabilitation facility (PDF)
- FR/RS/04: The forgotten need for rehabilitation in contemporary mental health services (PDF)
- FR/RS/03: Rehabilitation services in the UK and Ireland: current status and future need (PDF)
- FR/RS/02: Out of area treatments and good practice recommendations (PDF)
- FR/RS/01: Enabling recovery for people with complex mental health needs: a template for rehabilitation services (PDF)
- CR190: Consensus statement on high-dose antipsychotic medication (PDF)
- CR173. Delivering Quality Care for Drug and Alcohol Users: the Roles and Competencies of Doctors (PDF)
- CR164: Parents as patients
- Mental Health & Housing: Housing on the Pathway to Recovery
- More than shelter - a literature review
- Guidance for commissioners of rehabilitation services for people with complex mental health needs
- NICE guidance on schizophrenia.
- Insight and In Mind - A toolkit to reduce the use of out of area mental health services (March 2011)
- Enabling Recovery: The Principles and Practice of Rehabilitation Psychiatry (2nd edition) edited by Frank Holloway, Sridevi Kalidindi, Helen Killaspy and Glenn Roberts
- Intelligent Kindness: Reforming the Culture of Healthcare(RCPsych Publications: June 2011), John Ballatt and Penelope Campling
- Social Inclusion and Mental Health (RCPsych Publications: June 2010), edited by Jed Boardman, Alan Currie, Helen Killaspy and Gillian Mezey
We worked with NHS Digital to produce a series of videos to raise awareness and understanding of mental health rehabilitation services.
Where an individual has gained a CCT without rehabilitation accreditation they may apply to the Faculty for recognition of competency in this field. The Specialist Advisory Committee Chairman will work with the Regional Representative on how and whether this can be granted. There is no legal process to add accreditations to existing CCTs but this will attest to rights to be accepted as a trainer in rehabilitation and may help with appointments committees. In such cases a letter that supports the person's competency in rehabilitation psychiatry can be provided by the Faculty Chair. For further information contact Stella Galea, Faculty & Committee Manager on email@example.com .