Support for improving community-based self-harm care

  • Date 23rd June 2022
  • Start time 10:00 am
  • Finish time 11:30 am
  • Venue/Location Online
Booking closed

The next virtual clinic for support for improving community-based services and care for people who self-harm in your ICS, is taking place 23rd June 2022, 10.00-11.30am and will be focused on safety plans.

This will be an opportunity for you to pose any questions you have to research experts in the management of self-harm from the Manchester Self-Harm Project and the Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (PSTRC), and to talk to other ICSs who are working to improve their local services. 


10.00-10.05: Welcome and introductions to the support team, Leah Quinlivan (Patient Safety Translational Research Centre)

10.05-10.15: Safety plans in mental health services (context & brief introduction), Leah Quinlivan (PSTRC)

10.15-10.30:  Collaborative safety planning Intervention: “From Design to Implementation: successes, challenges and next steps”, Dr Claire Iveson (Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust)

10.30-10.45: Does one size fit all? Adapting safety plans with and for autistic adults and those who support them, Dr Emma Nielsen (University of Nottingham)

10.45-11.15:  Discussion and questions All attendees

11.15-11.30: Concluding comments Leah Quinlivan (PSTRC)