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NES Psychology Oct 18
Delighted to contribute to the National Summit on Mental Health, Distress & the Emergency Department. This unique event will draw on expertise from multiple sectors to improve knowledge and understanding of experiences of people in mental health distress in our EDs
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Police Scotland Safer Communities Oct 18
Safer Communities mental health and suicide prevention team are in attendance at the Mental Health and Distress in the Emergency Department National Summit
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Tess Parkes Oct 18
In behalf of I am here to make important closer links between our national drugs-related deaths epidemic & concurrent crisis in the way we are managing mental distress. We need to integrate approaches & actively involve those experiencing distress
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Police Scotland Safer Communities Oct 18
Superintendent Ann Bell, Safer Communities Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Team presenting on policing mental health and distress related incidents
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Em Oct 18
And know and understand what happens to people with unmet mental health needs or distress when trying to get urgent help. Don’t just read what should happen at the emergency department and in other services. Go with them at 2am as they try to navigate it. Bear witness.
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Helen Maitland Oct 18
More people die from suicide than trauma and 25% of young people are affected by MH in some way. Concerning. Looking at how different services offer support.
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Rory O'Connor Oct 18
Here’s details of the two brief interventions following a suicide attempt that I mentioned earlier at Safety Planning: Volitional Helpsheet: Compassion, collaboration & humanity at the core of delivery
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Trauma Informed & Responsive Scotland Oct 18
Citizenship and participation officer Chris Whyte of Scotland sharing some difficult truths we need to see, hear and understand to improve responses and create connected solutions to systemic and attitudinal challenges
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VP_Scotland_RCEM Oct 18
Attending this today. Massive issue for EM, hoping we can improve how we do this!
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Nigel Henderson🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Oct 18
‘social care has retracted to a 9-5 model’ says David Chung of RC emergency med. discuss?
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Claire Ritchie Oct 18
Looking forward today
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Em Oct 18
Replying to @hagenilda
I worry this whole debate may be framed around the wrong question at its core - about reducing attendance and concern around rate of attendance rather than considering how best to help and considering outcomes that matter to people: morbidity, mortality, dignity, qol..
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Suzy Syrett Oct 18
Some incredible work being done in A&Es, the Police and with brief interventions to help those in MH distress. But it *feels* like they’re scrabbling to help people stay safe in a UK where cuts have decimated community services, psych beds, day wards and other NHS help.
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British Psychological Society Oct 18
This looks a good hashtag to follow today.
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Nigel Henderson🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Oct 18
Looking forward to presenting work with people in crisis
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Nadine Dougall Oct 18
draws on evidence based work. Randomised controlled trials evaluating interventions are urgently needed, and chronically underfunded.
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Ian de Terte, PhD Oct 18
Now talking at the summit ⁦⁩ ⁦@LEPH2019⁩
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Tess Parkes Oct 18
Inspiring to see peer support as one of the 'alternatives' in US within emergency department/A&E for people in acute distress including people who use substances - a 'no refusal' policy sounds like something for Scotland
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Rory O'Connor Oct 18
Amy Watson: Possible alternative models of care in emergency departments for individuals presenting with distress
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Nadine Dougall Oct 18
asks about ACEs and a public health approach to people in distress. Need to know Scotland is the only country in the world with a trauma framework and plan to train majority of workforce with trauma informed approaches
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