DyoNises Theater Clinic: 4 years of clinical practice in community transcultural psychiatry’

New lecture from Collaborating Centre partner, Vitor Pordeus, on ‘DyoNises Theater Clinic: 4 years of clinical practice in community transcultural psychiatry. Delivered at McGill summer course on the “Art and Healing” Course coordinated by Jaswant Guzder – please see: https://youtu.be/tCpfdQC5aI8 For further detail on Vitor’s work please see his partner profile on the Collaborating Centre Website

A New VBP Library – Call for Contributions

Have you any publications (books, chapters, articles, etc), training manuals, policy documents, or other materials, to contribute to a new library of VBP resources? If so please see below [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/VBP-Library-Project-Announcement.docx”]  

Blog from MIND

Read the new blog from Colin King about his experiences in the mental health system: My experiences on both sides of the Mental Health Act at: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/your-stories/my-experiences-on-both-sides-of-the-mental-health-act/#.WwWDomLTXYV Colin is the convener of the Whiteness and Race Equality Network  Next conference – Is my Mental Illness an Act – June 4th London – places are free but you do need to register – for details please […]

Launch of animated training module in VB CAMHS

From Royal College of Psychiatrists’ MINDED unit – see link below – the module is free to anyone in the UK but you have to register when you sign in To access the module please go to: https://www.minded.org.uk/ and then search on combination curriculum

Updated Conference Details

VBP presentations at the NAIDEX 2018 Innovations for the Future of Independent Living conference – April 25 – 26, Birmingham NEC Please see following links Link to Bill Fulford’s Seminar: https://bit.ly/2utVlyL Link to Peter Lyne’s Seminar: https://bit.ly/2HtT7SZ Link to Sue Bailey’s Seminar: https://bit.ly/2E52yF1 Link to MASIS’s Exhibitor Page: https://bit.ly/2qqDuUa Tickets are free but you do have to register (see details at end of each link)

Publication Announcement

Eleanor Chatburn and colleagues have published their Health Foundation funded work on a conceptual model to guide healthcare organisations to access safety The paper is available under Open Access at: http://qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2018/03/06/bmjqs-2017-007175​

The Royal College of Psychiatrists has published a new College Report:

‘Core Values for Psychiatrists’ (CR204)  http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/usefulresources/publications/collegereports/cr/cr204.aspx The Report: articulates and clarifies the values operating in psychiatry today. outlines 8 core values – Communication, Dignity, Empathy, Fairness, Honesty, Humility, Respect, Trust.  The values are developed into themes and principals covering all ages from the early developmental stages through to end-of-life care. complements and sits alongside the […]

New publication on the Montgomery judgement

In Medical Law Review Jonathan Herring, Bill Fulford, Michael Dunn and Ashok Handa – Elbow Room for Best Practice? Montgomery, Patients’ Values, and Balanced Decision-making in Person-centred Clinical Care  Available now from: doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwx029 OR advice view online https://academic.oup.com/medlaw/advance-articles  OR down load a copy (for personal use only) [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Montgomery-paper-Medical-Law-Review.pdf”] This paper is Copyright ©The Author 2017. You may download a copy for […]

Re: Brain and Mind seminars, St Hilda’s College. Oxford

Brain and Mind seminars, St Hilda’s College. Oxford – video recordings now available If you were unable to get to these seminars video recordings are now available to view at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLN1N94pPcJro8YnqfPkqEKOsUt5ZB4Qil For information about the current series please click here

Launch of the Report of the Commission for Values-based CAHMs

The report of the Commission for Values-based CAHMs (Child and Adolescent Mental Health System Commission) was launched on November 7th at a reception at the House of Lords hosted by Commission Chair Baroness Tyler The full report and a summary version can be downloaded from Full Text Downloads or via the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ website