Mar 17th 2022, 2:00 pm

Structured Judgement Review in Mental Health Masterclass – March 2022

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In A Nutshell:

This virtual Masterclass provides an introduction to Structured Judgement Review in Mental Health.

Date: Thursday 17th March 2022, 14.00 – 16.00

Delivery platform: This training will be delivered via Zoom.

Registration: To book a place, please email: [email protected]

This masterclass is free to attend. Please get in touch to book your place. A cancellation charge may apply if less than 48 hours’ notice is provided.

For further information please contact Shahima Begum via: [email protected].

 

Masterclass overview:

  • Background and introduction to SJR in mental health
  • An introduction to SJR methodology
  • Learning from SJR
  • Using SJR within mental health settings
  • An opportunity for breakout discussions with people from different trusts and settings
  • Q&A sessions

The event will be delivered by:

Allyson Kent
Mortality Improvement Fellow, Improvement Academy

Allyson is a Mortality Improvement Fellow with the Improvement Academy, supporting both our ‘Learning from Deaths’ training and our ‘learning by doing’ Quality Improvement training.
Allyson was a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists expert reference group on Learning from Deaths and is a Queen’s Nurse.

Frankie Hill

Quality and Patient Safety Lead, Leeds and York Partnership
Foundation Trust

Frankie is a Quality and Patient Safety Lead with a focus on patient safety. She has held this role since August 2021. Prior to this Frankie has been a Matron since 2007 in Intermediate Care, Surgical Specialities and Stroke and neurology. She experience with inquest management and learning from deaths.
Frankie was seconded for a year 2019/2021 into the Improvement Academy where she was a Clinical Leadership Fellow focussing on Mortality, “A just culture” and second victim. Frankie is a trustee at Mind in Bradford.

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Structured Judgement Review in Mental Health Masterclass – March 2022

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