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Conference Resources

Below you’ll find keynote and workshop presentations from the CPI European Conference 2014: Organisational Approaches to Restraint Reduction, held 26th – 27th June 2014.

Check out photos from the conference on our Google+ page.

Keynote Presentations

Positive and Safe WorkforcePositive and Safe
Dave Atkinson, Lead on Department of Health’s Positive and Safe GuidanceWatch the presentation on YouTube
A Forece Free FutureA force free future — An impossible dream?
Ian Hulatt, Mental Health Policy Advisor, RCNWatch the presentation on YouTube
A Positive and Proactive WorkforceA positive and proactive workforce — Guidance for commissioners and employers seeking to minimise the use of restrictive practices
Jim Thomas and Marie Lovell, Skills for CareWatch the presentation on YouTube 
Meeting needs and Reducing DistressMeeting needs and reducing distress — Guidance on the prevention and management of clinically related challenging behaviour in NHS settings
Andrew Masterman, NHS ProtectWatch the presentation on YouTube
Listening to ExperienceListening to experience, reduce restraint
Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, MindWatch the presentation on YouTube
SafewardsSafewards — making wards more peaceful places
Professor Len Bowers, Kings College LondonWatch the presentation on YouTube
Tackling Challengeing BehaviourTackling challenging behaviour in Irish children detention schools
Tony O’Donovan, Irish Youth Justice ServiceWatch the presentation on YouTube
Working Towards Mandatory AccreditationWorking towards mandatory accreditation of training provision
Phil Howell, BILDWatch the presentation on YouTube

 

 

Workshop Presentations

Contain, not RestrainContain, not restrain — de-escalating police responses to psychiatric emergency
Michael Brown, Mental Health Cop
Implement National DrivesImplement national drives to ensure patient centred care
Craig Smith and Susan Burns, Black Country NHS Foundation Trust
How Positive Behaviour Support can Reduce the use of RestraintHow positive behaviour support can reduce the use of restraint
Joanne Coulson, National Autistic Society
Restraint - Effects on Service users and their FamiliesRestraint — Effects on service users and their families
Jim Thomas & Marie Lovell, Skills for Care
Hard Choices, Unheard VoicesHard choices, unheard voices — physical interventions in mental health in-patient settings
Dave King, Humber NHS Foundation Trust
The Legal Use of Control and RestraintThe Legal Use of Control and Restraint (Handout)
Kate Hill, InPractice Training & Radcliffes LeBrasseur Solicitors
Moving to MAPAMoving to MAPA® in a school setting
Cambian Group
The Finnish Perspective on Behaviour Management and MAPAThe Finnish perspective on behaviour management and MAPA®
Aulikki Yliniva & Sirpa Tolli, Laurea University of Applied Science, Finland
How Nurture Groups can Help Manage Childrens BehaviourHow nurture groups can help manage children’s behaviour
Angi Franklin, Nurture Group Network
Close Contact Care and Emotional Needs of PatientsClose contact care and emotional needs of patients
Minco Ruiter, Inforsa, The Netherlands