Using simulators to run in-situ simulations (hanging, cut wrists, strokes, asthma, illegal highs, and suffocation)
The staff develop skills in multi-disciplinary training, communication, leadership, teamwork and delegation. Working in the clinical environment provides important information about systems and processes in managing the acute physically unwell mental health patient. Practicing these medical interventions allows time to support and develop the staff to learn from real life events in a safe setting to develop coping mechanisms and improve patient care.
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