MO:DEL Team - HMPP 7
|Placement Title||MO:DEL Team - HMPP 7|
|Your Placement Contact||Sandi Baylis, Christian Johns - Send Email|
|Placement Address||The Bridge, 104 Fairfield Street, Manchester, M1 2WR|
|Placement Phone||0161 272 6253|
|Your University Contact:||Sean Welsh - Send Email|
About this placement
What is organised for students on commencement of placement?
Students receive a welcome pack and are allocated a mentor
What are the arrangements for mentors/assessors?
Attend regular mentor updates
What shift patterns are students allocated for learning?
Monday - Friday:- 09.00am - 17.00pm
What patient care situations are available in this placement?
Students will attend Manchester and Salford Magistrates Court on a daily basis; participate under supervision in routine screen in the custody suite
Share information sheet to the Magistrate
Liaise with Probation and Prison in-reach teams with regards to mental health and risk concerns
What nursing model is used for planning care?
Working with mental health service users, and other mentally disordered offenders that come in to contact with the criminal justice system, assessing complex needs and facilitate in the transition across criminal justice, health and social care settings. Criminal Justice mental health liaison schemes, court diversions, police custody is a vital part of this process
What core clinical skills can be learnt?
Nursing students will have the opportunity of working in police custody settings, this will aid in developing communication skills both written and verbally with external agencies. Also gaining experience in nursing clients in custodial setting presenting with a range of needs
Knowledge of Mental Health Act and accessing AMP assessments and sections used within a court setting
Mental Health and Risk Assessments
Giving written or verbal reports to courts or the police
Recommending that a detainee is admitted to hospital
Instigating Formal Mental Health Act assessments
Confirming if someone in custody has a learning difficulty
What additional clinical skills can be learnt?
Multi-Agency team working and accessing services across primary and secondary care
Nursing students will also have the opportunity of working with police custody and court; this is an opportunity to develop communication skills with external agencies, and also nursing skills as service users in a custodial setting present with a range of needs
What resources are available to help students learning?
Internet and intranet
What research and practice development activities are being undertaken?
Clinical audit of START risk assessment
SCJT - Salford Criminal Justice Team offer expert assessment of people who are detained in custody and thought to have mental health problems and provide appropriate interventions to those who need support
EIT - Early intervention team's work with people aged 14-35 experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Once referred, service users can remain with the team for three to five years
CERT - Community, Engagement and Recovery Team provide free impartial and confidential information, advice and support to access a variety of community resources. The service aims to help individuals make well-informed decisions that will enable them to reach their full potential
St Josephs - The Mental Health in reach team is based on site at St Josephs Approved Premises and works with those who are known to mental health services and those who may need first time support and assessment of their mental health needs
Probation - The Probation Service provide probation supervision, community service, offending behavior programs and specialist support services, to both adult and young offenders, which aim to stop them committing further offences and to make communities safer places
Court - A member of MO: DEL attends Manchester and Salford Magistrates Court on a daily basis between the hours of 9am to 12 noon to complete a routine screen in the cells. On contact with an offender that has either been identified by custody staff or by a member of MO:DEL team. They will be offered an interview in the custody suite, following assessment and agreement to share consent and information to be shared to other health professions, solicitor and magistrates