The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 4 Issue 3

Issues for workforce development

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Table of contents

New Ways of Working for nurses

Neil Brimblecombe

An enormous amount of change has occurred in the last six years for the mental health system in England and the workforce within it. We have seen the 10‐year National…

New Ways of Working in child and adolescent mental health services ‐ 'keep the baby but throw out the bathwater'

Tim Morris, Yvonne Anderson, Barry Nixon

This paper focuses on the policy context that led to the development of the New Ways of Working in child and adolescent mental health services (NWW CAMHS) project and the…

The Creating Capable Teams Approach (CCTA) ‐ a toolkit to support teams to introduce New Ways of Working and New Roles

Nicki Hollingsworth

The Creating Capable Teams Approach (CCTA) was developed as part of the National Institute for Mental Health National Workforce Programme (NIMHE NWP). This article will…

Essential shared capabilities for the whole of the mental health workforce: bringing the educators into the frame

Jill Anderson, Hilary Burgess

Recent drives to modernise the mental health workforce have been led (in England) by initiatives such as New Ways of Working and informed by the Ten Essential Shared…

Enhancing cultural competence in mental health settings: from undergraduate training to continuing education

Shoba Nayar, Samson Tse, Amritha Sobrun‐Maharaj

New Zealand is a country of many cultures and ethnicities. With a growing Asian community, cultural capability of the mental health workforce is essential to ensure that…

Breakaway training for NHS staff: time for a fresh approach?

Andy Mott, Paul Dobson, James Walton, Penny Highfield, Lee Harries, Robert Seal, Peter Butland

Since the early 1980s, breakaway training has been synonymous with many prevention and management of violence and aggression (PMVA) training programmes in social care and…

Cover of The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice

ISSN:

1755-6228

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Anne Felton
  • Prof Di Bailey
  • Dr David Crepaz-Keay