Recovery and social inclusion: partnerships in mental healthcare

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Who should attend this course?

Students should have a first degree in a related discipline; Two years’ full-time experience (or equivalent) within a relevant field of practice; Registration with the appropriate professional body; employment in, or access to, an appropriate area of mental health practice whilst enrolled on the programme.

Course content

The Recovery and social inclusion: partnerships in mental healthcare course aims to enhance health and social care professionals with the necessary skills, knowledge and development of appropriate attitudes for the delivery of modern mental health care.

The vision of recovery will be the focus for forming partnerships to promote the fundamental right for service users to receive services in the least restrictive manners, conducive to their safety and the safety of carers and their families.

This Recovery and social inclusion: partnerships in mental healthcare course focuses on:

  • Service user/provider - Input and partnership to care
  • Care Co-ordination
  • Joint collaborative working
  • Models of mental health
  • Mental health and diversity
  • Therapeutic alliances
  • Users and carers involvement/ Narrative model
  • Concept of community, community profiling

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Why choose this course?

  • Learn: To enhance health and social care professionals with the necessary skills, knowledge and development of appropriate attitudes for the delivery of modern mental health care.
  • Course for: All qualified registered practitioners with two years’ full-time experience (or equivalent) within a relevant field of practice.
  • Credit/level: Postgraduate level 7 (30 credits).

How to apply

Apply for the Recovery and social inclusion: partnerships in mental healthcare course

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Entry requirements...

This course is open to all qualified registered practitioners with two years’ full-time experience (or equivalent) within a relevant field of practice.

Course fees

Credit level for this course: Postgraduate level 7 (30 credits)

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Teaching methods

Where is the course taught and by whom?

College Lane Campus, Hatfield.

This Recovery and social inclusion: partnerships in mental healthcare course is taught by the module leader, Sonya Levin.

Computer equipment requirement

Delivery of the Recovery and social inclusion: partnerships in mental healthcare course incorporates blended learning which aims to combine e-learning activities with campus based learning.

You need to have access to a suitable personal computer and a good reliable Internet connection (broadband recommended).

Most modern PCs or Macs (less than 3 years old) should be suitable.

If you have any queries or need any additional support with IT skills, the School employs an e-learning technologist who will be pleased to help and advise you.