Making connections in 2020 - The Forensic Special Interest Group to continue

Making connections in 2020 - The Forensic Special Interest Group to continue

We are planning to host the next Forensic SIG in partnership with the occupational therapy team working in the mental health services Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.


Date and venue to be confirmed

 

Previous topics and events hosted at the Forensic SIG - 

  • Sharing the implementation and use of the VdTMoCA in practice
  • A focus on research 
  • Broadmoor Hospital shared their experience of implemeting the VdTMoCA in to clinical practice
  • Robinson ward, St Andrews Healthcare shared their assessment process, intervention planning and outcome measurement
  • Workshop on the levels of creative ability and risk 
  • Share and steal - templates, session plans, care plans, group protocols
  • Sharing cases – the challenges of levelling patients with complex mental health conditions  

If you are interested in attending the next Forensic SIG or have any suggestions for topics please contact louisejeffries@vdtmocaf-uk.com 

 

 

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  • Feb 09, 2020 by Tori

    Opportunities for networking

    In terms of ideas for the new website, does anyone have any ideas around creating opportunities for networking - particularly around interacting with clinicians working within a similar field of practice. We have opportunities for those within forensic services through the Special Interest Group (SIG) - however, I am just mindful of clinicians working other areas, or perhaps those working in isolation. 

    How could we create opportunities to interact remotely? 

    Look forward to hearing your thoughts. 

    Tori. 
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