Backed by the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID), this aneemo course has been created in partnership with the NHS’s Transformation Partners in Health and Care Co-Occurring Conditions Team to support cross-sector professionals in recognising and supporting the multiple and co-occurring needs of people who experience multiple disadvantage.
The comprehensive curriculum will benefit both frontline staff and system leaders across health, social care, voluntary sector and the criminal justice system. You will develop an understanding of the individual, service and system level barriers that exist for people with multiple needs accessing services; recognise the prevalence of trauma and working in a Trauma-Informed way; be given practical and creative approaches to assessment, engagement and support; and recognise the importance of gender informed service models and peer support. The content also covers the use of legislation such as The Care Act, Safeguarding, the Mental Capacity Act, The NICE guidance, Drug Strategy and NHS Long-Term Plan, and what a Trauma-informed Criminal Justice System can look like.
Ultimately you will be better able to help service users to overcome the barriers in the interface between physical health, mental health and substance misuse services.
Length: 4 modules, Duration: 40 mins per module
StartExploring the barriers to support and service access (10:47)
StartOvercoming the barriers to support and service access (8:00)
StartGender Specific Service Needs (4:58)
StartRecognising the Impact of Trauma (3:48)
StartLegal developments in accessing services (6:56)
StartLegal Case Study (7:16)
StartGood Practice Guidance (2:37)
Christina Nwosu, Expert by Experience, Groundswell
Professor Nicholas Pleace, Professor of Social Policy, University of York
Professor Michael Preston-Shoot, Emeritus Professor of Social Work,
University of Bedfordshire
Dr Michael Kelleher, Consultant Psychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust,
Matthew Barber, Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC).
Emma Rolls, Thames Valley OPCC RESTART Project Worker, Connection Support
Dr Emma Williamson, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
John Driscoll and Ashleigh Knowles, Health Peer Support Caseworker, Groundswell
Sam Dorney-Smith Lead Nurse, Pathway
Dr Natalie Miller, GP, Great Chapel Street
Scarlett Wright, Project Officer - Co-Occurring Conditions Programme, Transformation Partners in Health and Care: Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Fran Busby, Clinical Service Lead, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Gina Williams-Lecointe, Outreach Worker, The Connection at St Martins
Joe Harris, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, King’s College London