These events have been carefully designed and targeted towards a specific audience. Places are limited, and unfortunately, we cannot accept bookings from professionals outside the job roles listed below. To ensure a multiagency and interdisciplinary approach, please select the appropriate ticket type for your job role. If a particular job role is oversubscribed, we regret that we may have return some tickets, on a first-come-first-served basis, to ensure an even representation of agencies.
  • Doctor
  • Allied Health Professional
  • Front Line Police Officer
  • GP
  • Nurse
  • Paramedic
  • Pharmacist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Psychologist
  • Social Worker – Post Registration

This event was designed in close collaboration with service-users and includes service-user involvement, mostly in commentry. This event provides an opportunity for multiagency and interdisciplinary practitioners to participate in, observe, question, and reflect on, working together in an inclusive simulation environment which is made safe for both service-users and practitioners. This facilitates learning with and from each other as being the sole objective, rather than necessarily secondary to care and efficient, effective, management.

Developed from our previous physical simulation events, evaluated by participants as proven to provide valuable learning and development and promote improvement through collaborative investigation, reflection, and insight. Simulation-based scenarios and experiential activities combine to focus on the clinical manifestation of psychosis, depression, and personality disorders and strategies for collaboration in care systems to improve outcomes, efficiency, and promote wellbeing for the service user and practitioner.

Evidence from our previous work demonstrates that learning outcomes focus on the development and enhancement of non-technical skills such as communication, situational awareness, proactive decision-making, and can inform partnership across agencies.

This event has been designed and will be delivered by the S4MH team at CCCU as part of the HEE KSS regional simulation and human factors project. Quotes from our participants three months post event:

“This session made me more empathic towards someone sectioned with a mental health condition.”

“The multi-agency approach set the event apart from any training that is already running in house.”

“My practice has definitely changed; I have a better understanding of others’ roles and beliefs of their approaches in other disciplines.”

The event is free of charge for those working in Kent, Surrey and East Sussex. For attendees from the rest of the UK, the early bird price is £75. For international attendees, the early bird price is £90. After Tuesday 31 May, UK and worldwide attendees will pay £100. To ensure you are given the correct price, please create an account with the box office before adding your ticket to your basket. The relevant discount will be applied to your booking once you proceed to the checkout. If the discount is not applied, you may need to wait a moment to ensure the system has updated with your details before trying again. If the discount still doesn't work, this is likely to be due to your particular job role being oversubscribed. If you have any issues please email [email protected], giving your name, place of work, postal address, job role, and the date you wish to attend.

This is an online event, to be delivered via Microsoft Teams. The link to attend will be emailed out nearer to the event.

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