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Like-minded organisations in pursuit of restraint-free services

Conference 2016

Keynote Presentations

Day One (Morning)

Day One (Afternoon)

Day Two (Morning)

Day Two (Afternoon)

Workshop Presentations (PDF files)

Day One (Morning)

Department of Health’s Champions Network (click to download). An overview of the work with the Department of Health to develop national core training standards for the prevention and management of violence and aggression, and plans for next steps.

Minimising and managing physical restraint (click to download). Looking at the Minimising and Managing Physical Restraint programme in youth custody and how governance arrangements are linked to the Six Core Restraint Reduction Strategies.

Service users influencing change (click to download). Examining the changes people who use mental health services want to see and the ways in which groups and individuals have been making a difference in local services.

Implementing the 6Cs in mental health facilities (click to download). Looing at how quality improvement methodology has been used to implement change and what the next steps are for sharing the learning and supporting restraint reduction programmes.

Positive & Proactive Care: Re-auditing standards set for care plans in a secure hospital setting (click to download). Reviewing care plan standards and how they can be used practically to improve both care and practice.

Day One (Afternoon)

Restrictive practice: Demystifying the principles (click to download). Focusing on how the lack of understanding of restrictive practice at the coalface can cause an increase in restraint-related incidents and how the implementation of a simple but robust strategy reduced incidents.

Harnessing co-production to achieve restraint reduction (click to download). Examining the critical role of authentic co-production to deliver a restraint-free future.

Using data analytics to improve patient safety (click to download). Presenting a new ‘granular’ system for both overseeing the use of restrictive intervention, and for notifying clinicians and senior leaders when an incident occurs.

A compassionate intervention for problematic organisational cultures (click to download). How to understand, map and change problematic organisational structures using the Cognitive Analytic model.

Police involvement in restraint of patients in health and social care (click to download). How the role of the police is changing to meet patient needs.

Day Two (Morning)

The calm before the storm: Service user experiences of restrictive practices in a secure learning disability setting (click to download). Presenting the focus group research and an overview of the themes and the implication of these themes for future restrictive practice.

When should restraint be used? (click to download) Challenging the ‘baby with the bathwater’ view, while showing that physical intervention is not an ‘abuser’s charter’.

Transforming care (click to download). Examining one person’s journey from inpatient in learning disability services to living a fulfilling life in their community, highlighting the reduction of restraint and the role of good workplace development.