• This year we will be hosting a joint Mental Health and Court of Protection seminar.

    CLICK HERE to attend the event in Leeds - 4 June

    CLICK HERE to attend the event in London - 5 June

    CLICK HERE to attend the event in Bristol - 11 June

    CLICK HERE to attend the event in Birmingham - 12 June

    The pace of change in Mental Health Law gives rise to a range of challenges for mental health professionals, both clinical and in management. Our seminar will give an outline of what the changes mean for daily practice as well as how they will affect the structure and policy behind mental healthcare provision.

    The Court of Protection sessions will focus on practical issues that practitioners, commissioners and providers encounter in matters engaging the Court of Protection; covering relevant legislation, guidance and case law and their impact on managing incapable patients. They will offer guidance on the sort of problems that are faced by front line practitioners and service planners. The sessions are aimed at all those working in organisations responsible for the care of vulnerable or incapable people both as care providers or commissioners.

    As always, our aim is to make the sessions as practical and useful as possible. We will offer more detail about the content of the sessions nearer the event.

    Key Topics

    • Case law update
    • DoLs and CTO/Conditional discharge
    • LPS legislation
    • Damages in CoP and mental health
    • Investigations and prosecutions in mental health
    • How to overcome challenges with s136 MHA 1983

    Who should attend?

    • Mental Health Leads
    • MHA Managers/Administrators
    • Health and Social Care Practitioners
    • Safeguarding Leads
    • Head of Commissioning
    • Divisional Directors/Managers/ Programme Leads for Mental Health and Learning Disability
    • Directors of Nursing
    • Directors of Quality/Patient Safety
    • Medical Directors
    • Legal Service Managers
    • Risk Managers
    • Consultant Psychiatrists
    • Mental health Practitioners
    • Nursing representatives
    • Patient Safety Leads
    • Community Mental Health Teams
    • Legal Managers
    • Mental Capacity Leads
    • Head of Continuing Healthcare
    • Commissioning Case Managers/Co-Ordinators
    • Commissioning Panel Members

    This training is free.

  • Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

    Please email us at events@bevanbrittan.com and a member of our events team will be in touch with you within 3 working days

    I really want to attend but can't make the date. Will you repeat this event?

    Even though we may not repeat the specific event we will be holding other events that may be of relevance to you so please email events@bevanbrittan.com with your chosen areas of interest.

    **Please note that we are limited in the number of spaces at each event. If we are oversubscribed for an event, priority will be given to our clients and spaces will be limited to 3 per organisation. If this is the case, we will let you know 10 days prior to the event. Please feel free to forward this email on to any colleagues that you think might be interested in attending.**

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