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This handbook provides a clear and detailed explanation of deprivation of liberty safeguards (DoLS). It is written in an accessible and practical format to be of maximum use to health and social care staff so they can be confident using DoLS in daily practice. It comprises a complete, up-to-date guide on DoLS in practice, and contains the latest case law and guidance up to October 2015.
The Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) Handbook is designed to provide a clear and detailed explanation of DoLS. It is written in an accessible and practical format to be of maximum use to health and social care staff so they can be confident using DoLS in daily practice. It is the most complete and up to date guide on DoLS in practice currently available. The handbook is written by Steven Richards and Aasya F Mughal (barrister) authors of two highly popular books Working with the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Working with the Mental Health Act. Both Steven and Aasya train health and social care professionals (including DoLS assessors and authorising signatories) around the country on the Mental Capacity Act and DoLS and have used this experience to produce a book that answers the most commonly asked questions on DoLS in practice. Although DoLS is currently under review there is no plan to change the legislation before 2018 at the earliest. Until then staff working in health or social care settings and DoLS assessors need a clear and practical guide on its use and application in practice. This handbook is written to meet that need.
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 provides the legal framework for assessing whether a person has the mental capacity to make decisions and defines how others can make decisions on their behalf if they lack mental capacity. Its scope is wide-ranging involving decisions regarding social care, healthcare and financial matters. Working with the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (Third Edition) provides a clear and detailed explanation of the Act. It is written in an accessible style and is designed to be of maximum use to health and social care practitioners, enabling them to utilise the Act with confidence in daily practice.
This accessible and affordable book will show mental health nurses how to apply the law in practice and how it affects them and their service users.
Diverse roles for occupational therapists is a compilation of a range of roles for occupational therapists. Authors show how they have embraced opportunities, extended roles, and developed services along with the ever-changing world of statutory services policy. Whilst many of the chapters allude to mental health fields (care coordination, a number of mental health specialities, Mental Health Act), the book also includes topics relevant to general practice (research roles, advanced practice, Assistive Technology, the Mental Capacity Act). This book is intended to inform and inspire the reader, to share ways of dealing with hurdles whilst remaining resilient to prevailing pressures and difficulties borne out of our working lives as occupational therapists in a wide range of settings. Contents include: Occupational therapists as care coordinators Occupational therapists and assertive outreach Occupational therapists working in a Crisis Home Treatment Team Occupational therapy on a Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit Prison inreach: the occupational therapist role Social groups within an intensive mental health team, and creative methods for evaluating the service Occupational therapists delivering Recovery Occupational therapists delivering rehabilitation Roles in vocational rehabilitation Occupational therapists delivering assistive technology The child and adolescent primary mental health work role Enabling young people’s participation in their mental health service Working with families Early intervention with psychosis: the occupational therapist’s role Working with people with personality disorder Working with people with eating disorders Occupational therapists as cognitive behaviour therapists Improving Access to Psychological Therapies The Approved Mental Health Professional role Roles associated with the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards The occupational therapist as an advanced practitioner Research roles for occupational therapists
Second edition published under the title: Psychiatric examinations, 1987. Unable to establish if the first edition was also published under this title.
Updated in January 2015, the Good Governance Handbook is focused on the developing role of clinicians in management and resource allocation and should help existing and aspirant clinical, nurse and medical directors as well as those who support and challenge them to understand and apply good governance in a demanding environment. The guide includes good and weak answers to key questions on governance at board, division and department level as well as matrices that can be used by organisations to self assess their current position and progress towards excellence.

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