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Section 1: The current situation

(1.1) Section 1: The current situation

(1.2) Reflection: An in-patient's experience

(1.3) How therapeutic are acute wards?

(1.4) How therapeutic are acute wards?

(1.5) The purpose of acute in-patient stays

(1.6) The view of the Department of Health

(1.7) The Tompkins Acute Ward Study

(1.8) The Star Wards Project

(1.9) Creating a culturally responsive ward

(1.10) RCPsych's Key Standards

(1.11) Core components of the acute in-patient stay

(1.12) Reflection

(1.13) Reasons given for an admission

(1.14) Section 1: Recap

(1.15) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Treatment models

(2.1) Section 2: Treatment models

(2.2) Medication

(2.3) Patient medication education

(2.4) Graduated self medicating

(2.5) Reflection

(2.6) Reflection: suggested answers

(2.7) Psychotherapy for acute

(2.8) Who can provide therapy?

(2.9) Mentalising

(2.10) Mentalising on in-patient wards

(2.11) Creative therapies

(2.12) Reflection

(2.13) Reflection: suggested answers

(2.14) Motivating staff to talk to patients

(2.15) TalkWell

(2.16) Reflection

(2.17) Improving conversation

(2.18) Addiction support

(2.19) Patient self-management

(2.20) Mindfulness

(2.21) Section 2: Recap

(2.22) Section 2: suggested answers

(2.23) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Ward structures and relationships

(3.1) Section 3: Ward structures and relationships

(3.2) Ward rounds

(3.3) Improving ward rounds

(3.4) Reflection

(3.5) Reflection: suggested answers

(3.6) Single consultants

(3.7) Relational security

(3.8) Relational security

(3.9) Patient involvement

(3.10) Reflection

(3.11) Reflection: suggested answers

(3.12) Patient activities

(3.13) Animals

(3.14) Reflective practice group

(3.15) Section 3: Recap

(3.16) Section 3: Summary

 

Section 4: The psychiatrist's role

(4.1) Section 4: The psychiatrist's role

(4.2) Reflection

(4.3) Key roles

(4.4) Reflection

(4.5) Leadership

(4.6) Psychiatrists influencing ward culture

(4.7) Ways that psychiatrists can contribute to staff support and training

(4.8) Quality assurance systems

(4.9) The main benefits of quality assurance structures

(4.10) Section 4: Recap

(4.11) Section 4: Summary

 

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