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- Influences on PMVA
- Current Guidance and Legalisation
- What is self-defence?
- Hierarchy of Responses
- Principles of observation & communication
- Legal & Ethical Issues
- Risks in Restraint
- Blood born infections
- Substance misuse associated behaviours
- Positional Asphyxiation
- Excited Delirium
- Compartment Syndrome
- Sickle cell anaemia
- Best Practice Guidance
- Health & Safety Act
- The Mental Capacity Act 2005
- The Mental Health Act 1983 (Amended 2007)
- Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
- Cheshire West Supreme Court Ruling
- Human Rights Act 1998
- What is torture?
- What is inhumane treatment?
- What is SIRI?
- What is Post Incident Review?
- Review Stages
- Post Incident Support
- Staff Perceptives
- Impact of Violence and Aggression
- Interventions in Dementia Settings
- Interventions in Children’s Services
- Interventions in Secure Services
- Interventions in Acquired Brain Injury Services
- Interventions with Personality Disorder Patients
- Interventions with Eating Disorder Patients
- Trauma in Mental Healthcare
- Mental Health First Aid Model
- Consequences of non-compliance
- Case Studies
- Current Issues related to PMVA in the Media
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Identify possible causes of violence and aggression in mental healthcare settings
- Recognise the importance of implementation of early intervention strategies in reducing the occurrence of violence and aggression
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and patients
- Identify legal and ethical implications of utilising physical intervention strategies
- Demonstrate the ability to select and utilise appropriate physical and non-physical strategies to manage an aggressive individual
- Understand the need to continually assess and evaluate the levels of risk posed by difficult and challenging people
- Demonstrate how to escape safely from a variety of grabs and holds
- Candidates will be able to define the role of NHS Protect, LSMS, SMD?
- Be able to give explanations for aggression – particularly in MH/LD settings
- Know the stages of the assault cycle, and what each stage means
- Be able to identify signs of escalation of aggression
- Understand Strategies to de-escalate
- Understand the legal issues around reasonable force in line with MHA, MCA and best practice guidance
- The importance of conducting post incident reviews
- The negative impact to staff and organisations of non-compliance to the completion of post incident review.
- The essential elements of conducting a good post incident review.
- How staff and patients can be psychologically affected by incidents.
- Good and bad practice in post incident review.
- Group Participation – Physical and Theoretical
- Scenario Based Candidate Assessment
- Teamwork Physical Intervention Skills:
- Safety Stance
- Fighting Arc
- Standing Relocation holds:
- Non-contact Guiding
- Stage 1
- Stage 2
- Stage 3
- Figure of Four
- Thumb in Palm
- Finger & Thumb
- Seated De-escalation
- Trouble Drills
- Re-location to the Floor Supine
- Relocation to the floor and back to standing.
- Upper rest positions and reinforced holds
- Securing the legs
- Lost Holds
- Relocation to the floor prone:
- Principles and Current guidance relating to prone restraint
- Relocation to the floor and back to standing
- Lower rest positions and reinforced holds
- Securing the legs
- Lost Holds
- Stop and Rest
- Modified Recovery
- Turning Patients:
- Prone to Supine
- Supine to Prone
- Relief Options:
- Floor and Standing
- Bed Option – Exiting via the head
- Floor Option – Exiting via the head
- Exiting from the side
- Kneeling Option
- Maintain the privacy and dignity of the individual(s) in your care
- Understand legal frameworks, policy and guidelines relating to mental health, conditions, dementia and learning disabilities.
- Understand their own responsibilities, and the responsibilities of others, relating to health and safety in the work setting
- Understand Risk Assessment
- Work securely
There is a no refund policy for candidates who do not attend booked face to face training or arriving late. If you miss your course, you are welcome to attend another course that is available but please note that you will have to pay the full amount. The trainer has the full right to refuse entry when candidates have missed key elements of the training so please plan your journey the day before. You can reschedule your training outside of 7 days before the training.