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SCLEPH Oct 23
This event looks highly relevant and topical for some delegates at . Trauma informed multi agency approaches to diverting away from Emergency Depts
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SCLEPH Oct 21
Take away from presentation yesterday: Follow this thread on National Summit on Mental Health and Distress in Emergency Depts. Also see . Led by in collaboration with
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Tamsin Kilgour Oct 18
MH summit Melbourne 2018 communique re 7 key principles. Note 3&4 particularly.
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Derek Myers Oct 18
Replying to @scleph
Thanks for the opportunity to speak and personally, I picked up a lot from the experiences on such a complex issue of distress and pressures to help people dealing with this
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SCLEPH Oct 23
Advance directives are the way to go enshrined in anticipatory care plan when people are well and can consent....or at least that’s one of the wishes expressed at the National Summit on Mental Health and Distress in Emergency Depts
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@seemelynn Oct 18
Two favourite conference phrases so far (and fab potential band names?): 'Interagency Collaboration' and 'Overpoliced and Underprotected'
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Tamsin Kilgour Oct 18
"Can over professionalise the system". Need lived experience at centre. "people can be scared as PWLE tell you where you've got it wrong"!!
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Dani Kesic Oct 18
Replying to @scleph
Prof Amy Watson discussing practicalities & challenges in the USA context, & development of important alternative care pathways, eg Psychiatric Emergency Services.
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@seemelynn Oct 18
Why do those in distress call the police or A&E? Because they are the people who always show up, even if it's not 9-5. Stark thought. Time to improve our pathways
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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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Chris White Oct 18
Managing Distress. referral critirea, gate keeping, austerity! Signposting, if everyone is signposting who is actually doing
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Trauma Informed & Responsive Scotland Oct 18
Legitimate if difficult question to the room at from 'what are police for?'
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Dr Andrew Wooff Oct 23
It would be worth reading the tweets from Law Enforcement Public Health and , where lots of the issues raised in your report were discussed.
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Claire Ritchie Oct 18
Looking forward today
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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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Brian Williams Oct 18
Mental Health, Distress and the Emergency Department National Summit kicking off.
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Ian de Terte, PhD Oct 18
presenting at the summit on mental health in emergency departments from an Australian perspective.
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Dani Kesic Oct 18
Replying to @StanGilmour @scleph
presentation, that highlights importance of using police data identifying ppl with multiple ACEs & link them in with community supports to improve outcomes, & importance of trauma informed approach.
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Lorna Oct 19
“Lowest breaches for the 4 hour waiting time in the ED at Dr Grays” - Jacques Kerr. “There’s a lot of good work in Elgin” - Nigel Henderson From the national mental health summit in Edinburgh yesterday with , flying the flag for mental health in Moray.
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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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