Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health – A Scoping Webinar

Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health – A Scoping Webinar
Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health – A Scoping Webinar
March 24 2021

About the Webinar

With continuing race inequalities in mental health – notably disproportionate use of compulsory treatment in young black men – the need for change has never been more urgent. This webinar is based on the belief that change depends on training initiatives being developed in co-production between practitioners and service users – this is why the webinar is about training ‘across the colour line’ in mental health. But co-production requires an equality of voices that, in turn, depends on those concerned coming together in the work of pre-production. As a scoping exercise, the webinar is a contribution to the pre-production required for co-producing training materials to deliver race equality in mental health.

Video Playlist
1/4 videos
1
Colin King + Anna Bergqvist - Shared Learning for Shared Decision-making Across the Colour Line
Colin King + Anna Bergqvist - Shared Learning for Shared Decision-making Across the Colour Line
34:42
2
David Crepaz-Keay - Alternatives to Mental Health Act Detention
David Crepaz-Keay - Alternatives to Mental Health Act Detention
14:37
3
Dr Shubulade Smith - Race Equality: opportunities and risks presented by the White Paper on the MHA
Dr Shubulade Smith - Race Equality: opportunities and risks presented by the White Paper on the MHA
23:48
4
Niall Boyce - Training for Race Equality Panel Discussion
Niall Boyce - Training for Race Equality Panel Discussion
29:25

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