Managing Risk – Working with families to prevent mental health homicide
15 June 2022
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
“Families often report difficulties in raising safety concerns about relatives so that critical information is absent from risk management and treatment plans. The webinar will provide guidance about effective ways of ensuring that families’ safety concerns can be addressed, and improved safety in mental health care can be achieved.” (NHS Head of Investigations – Mental Health Homicides)
Effective risk management in the community relies on families being able to raise safety concerns about their relatives. This webinar explores what happens when critical information is absent from treatment plans and how to utilise families effectively as part of the care team.
- Presenters: Lucien Champion (Head of Investigations, Mental Health Homicides, NHS England South), Julian Hendy (Making Families Count and Hundred Families), Len Hodkin (Making Families Count and Hundred Families) and Nikki Flux Edmonds (Bereaved Family member).
- All participants will receive the programme in advance, a resources pack with supporting information after the webinar, and a certificate of attendance.
- Learning Outcomes