COPSETI Module 1: An Overview: Clinical care of people who may be suicidal PD2016_007

My Health Learning Course Code:  144238705  :  Online Survey ID:  40002793

Duration:  20 Minutes   :  Published:  April 2017

Owner:  HETI  :  Team:  District HETI


Description

Welcome to the eLearning module COPSETI Module 1: An Overview: Clinical care of people who may be suicidal PD2016_007
The Clinical care of People who may be Suicidal: Education and Training Initiative (COPSETI) supports the Clinical care of people who may be suicidal PD 2016_007 policy implementation across NSW Health. This is the first online module in a series of three.

This module contains information that may be emotionally confronting for some people. If you find it raises any concerns please speak to your manager, the Employee Assistance Program or: Lifeline - 131114, Suicide Call Back Service - 1300659467 or Beyond Blue - 1300224636
A certificate is issued on completion.

Objectives

On completion of this module, you should be able to:

  • confirm the current roles and responsibilities of mental health services and clinicians
  • in relation to the clinical care of people who may be suicidal
  • outline the impact of the Clinical Care of People who may be Suicidal (PD2016_007) on operational processes and clinical practice in your local setting
  • identify how the Clinical Care of People who may be Suicidal (PD2016_007) and other policies support mental health clinicians to provide best practice clinical care in the area of suicide prevention.

Audience

This course is applicable for all NSW Health Health professionals employed as mental health clinicians by NSW Public Mental Health Services.and may qualify for up to 0.6 hrs of Continuous Professional Development

Keywords

Mental Health; Clinical Care; suicidal; ongoing suicidality; comprehensive mental health assessment; risk; clinical documentation; transfer of care; clinical supervision, National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards, standard 1, standard 6, PD2016_007; PD2016_056; PD2012_053; PD2010_018; PD2014_004; PD2014_028

 

  • Method : Online
  • No prerequisites
  • Mandatory