St Joseph's Approved Premises - HMPP 6

Placement Overview

Placement Title St Joseph's Approved Premises - HMPP 6
Your Placement Contact Adam Clayton - Send Email
Placement Contact's Role

Placement Address Miller St, Patricroft, Eccles, M30 8PF
Placement City/Town: Salford
Placement Phone 0161 789 5337
Your University Contact: Ray Stansfield - Send Email

About this placement

What is organised for students on commencement of placement?

Students will receive a full induction to the service and environment. They will be allocated a named mentor who will work with them throughout the placement.
Student have the opportunity to work with offenders who experience a range of mental health needs, considering, care planning, assessment, risk assessments and recovery.
The service engages service users prior to release from custody where there is an identified need and supports them throughout the residency at St Joseph’s, planning for the transition back to community services.
Students may have the opportunity during their placement to attend pre-release visits in prisons, attend court, Professional’s Meetings, CPA’s, Multi-Agency Public Protection meetings alongside completing spoke placements within Prison and community criminal justice settings in order to better understand the pathways our service users will access throughout their recovery.

What are the arrangements for mentors/assessors?

The service consists of 2 qualified CPN’s who provide mentorship to student’s. Allocation is identified in advance of arrival. Student’s will be provided with the opportunity to work alongside all members of the team in order to enhance their learning experience.

What shift patterns are students allocated for learning?




Shift Notes:

Days: 9-5 Monday - Friday

Notes: There is some flexibility offered regarding start and finish times. Please discuss with the service if you believe you may require this.

What patient care situations are available in this placement?

What nursing model is used for planning care?

What core clinical skills can be learnt?

Care planning
Risk Assessment
Mental state assessment
Medication administration (Depot)
Case Management.
Liaison with other services.

What additional clinical skills can be learnt?

What resources are available to help students learning?

Variety available on site.

What research and practice development activities are being undertaken?

Links to Trust Research and Development team

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Links to Trust Research and Development team

Additional Information

Whilst on placement at St Joseph’s students will be working with high risk offenders with a variety of offending backgrounds, some individuals may find this challenging and may want to discuss with University or the Team at St Joseph’s prior to arrival.