Introduction to Mental Health for HCAs
Forthcoming Mental Health courses. Please choose your preferred start date from the drop down list to book your place online.
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30 Jan 2019
Bradford | Full
- 30 Jan 2019 Study Day
Course Delivery & Duration
Single interactive study day.
This informal study day is designed for Health Care Assistants and reception staff
Mental health is a component of 33% of presentations to GP’s and the most prominent cited reason for ‘fit notes’. In addition, people with long-term conditions are two to three times more likely to experience mental health problems than the general population. It is therefore crucial that all front line staff have a basic understanding of mental health, its impact and how to best support people with mental health difficulties.
- Introduction - What is mental health and mental illness? Mental health and stigma
- How do people with mental health difficulties present
- Different diagnoses (anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, psychosis)
- What can you do as a front line practitioner to help?
- Summary and evaluation