The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 3 Issue 2

Issues for workforce development


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Accredited training in psychosocial interventions for psychosis: a national survey

Hilary Mairs, Nick Arkle

The widespread provision of evidence‐based psychosocial interventions (PSI) for people who experience psychosis and their families requires that the mental health workforce has…

A national survey of psychosocial intervention training and skills in early intervention services in England

Alison Brabban, Mike Kelly

This study aimed to determine the level of training in psychosocial interventions among staff in the 119 early intervention in psychosis (EIP) teams that were established at the…

Training to develop family inclusive routine practice and specialist family interventions in Somerset

Frank Burbach, Roger Stanbridge

Current national policies present a challenge to the existing mental health workforce as most staff have not been trained to work with people within the context of their social…

The role of intrinsic factors in the implementation of psychosocial interventions into routine clinical practice

M Fleming, A Savage‐Grainge, C Martin, C Hill, S Brown, J Buckle, J Miles

Despite the efficacy, political will and numbers of mental health practitioners trained in psychosocial interventions, they remain scarcely available in routine clinical practice…

Introducing skills for psychosocial interventions into undergraduate mental health nurse education

Gemma Stacey, Lorraine Rayner

This paper describes how psychosocial interventions (PSI) have been integrated into an undergraduate mental health nursing programme. The first part of the paper provides the…

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