Understanding and Supporting Professional Carers
The National Service Framework for mental health aims to provide uniformly good systems so that mental health problems are detected and therefore treated early. This book sets out how learning more about mental health and reviewing current practice can be incorporated into a personal development plan or practice learning plan. It shows how to integrate quality improvements into everyday work and bridges the gap between theory and practice. Doctors nurses and practice managers can build up a personal development plan or a practice professional development plan through completing the exercises at the end of each chapter and it demonstrates how to include clinical governance in the mental healthcare services they offer.
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