Published modules by category

Addictions

Child & adolescent

Eating disorders

Ethical

Forensic

General and community

Learning disability

Legal

Liaison

Medical management

Old age

Pharmacological

Psychological

Psychotherapy

Rehabilitation and social psychiatry

Service design

Training

UK mental health legislation

Working with service users/carers

 

 

 

Addictions

 

Alcohol and the brain

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour

GO

Dual diagnosis

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Hepatitis C and mental illness

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice

GO
Risk assessment and management of violence in general adult psychiatry GO

Stimulants: epidemiology and impact on mental health

GO

Substance misuse in older people

GO

 

Child & adolescent  

Adolescent forensic psychiatry

GO

An introduction to CBT

GO

An introduction to cognitive analytic therapy

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour

GO

Assessment of eating disorders in children and adolescents

GO

Assessment of mental health problems in children and adolescents with learning disability (LD)

GO

Behavioural problems in the under-fives: Part 1

GO

Behavioural problems in the under-fives: Part 2

GO

Behavioural problems in the under-fives: Part 3

GO

Depression in children and adolescents: Part 1

GO

Depression in children and adolescents: Part 2

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights

GO
Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

How to evaluate your CAMH service

GO

Human rights and the Human Rights Act 1998 – implications for psychiatrists

GO 

Introducing eating disorders

GO

Managing challenging behaviour

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Recognising autism spectrum disorders in children with normal-range intelligence

GO

The Mental Health Act 1983: Safeguards (England)

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

 Eating disorders  

An introduction to CBT

GO

Assessment of eating disorders in children and adolescents

GO

Computer-aided cognitive behaviour therapy

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO
ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2 GO

Introducing eating disorders

GO

The assessment of adult bulimia

GO

 

Ethical  
Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour GO 
Avoiding bias in judgements, decisions and outcome GO
Competence, capacity and decision-making ability in mental disorder GO
Dementia: capacity, empowerment and conflicts of interest GO
Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights GO
Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity GO
Helping the addicted doctor GO
Probity in professional practice: Part 1 GO
Probity in professional practice: Part 2 GO
The assessment of traumatic brain injury GO

The Mental Health Act 1983: Safeguards (England)

GO

 

Forensic

Adolescent forensic psychiatry

GO

Adult ADHD

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO

Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders

GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Human rights and the Human Rights Act 1998 – implications for psychiatrists

GO 

Inappropriate sexual behaviour in dementia

GO 

Managing challenging behaviour

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Mental health and tribunal law: an introduction

GO

Neuropsychiatry of epilepsy

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Polypharmacy: causes and consequences

GO

Psychiatric aspects of HIV

GO

Rapid tranquillisation of the acutely psychotic patient

GO

Risk assessment and management of violence in general adult psychiatry

GO

Suicides in prison

GO

The assessment of personality

GO

The assessment of traumatic brain injury

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO

The Irish Mental Health Act 2001

GO

The law of mental health tribunals – Section 72 of the Mental Health Act

GO

The neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia

GO

The neuropsychiatry of stroke

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

General and community  

Adult ADHD

GO
Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales GO

Advance directives in Ireland

GO

Alternatives to acute admission: crisis resolution and home treatment

GO

An introduction to CBT

GO

An introduction to cognitive analytic therapy

GO

An unusual case presentation

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 1 – Diagnosis

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 2 – Treatment

GO
Appraisals for psychiatrists GO

Assessing people with psychiatric rehabilitation needs

GO
Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour GO

Avoiding bias in judgements, decisions and outcome 

GO

Bedside assessment of cognition

GO

Bereavement

GO

Combating stigma

GO

Complementary and alternative medicine in psychiatry

GO

Computer-aided cognitive behaviour therapy

GO

Creating constructive in-patient stays

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO
Feeling better – lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders GO

FREDA – a human rights based approach to clinical practice

GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Human rights and the Human Rights Act 1998 – implications for psychiatrists

GO 

Inappropriate sexual behaviour in dementia

GO 

Introducing eating disorders

GO

Involving patients and carers in training

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Mental health and tribunal law: an introduction

GO

Music therapy – an introduction

GO

Neuropsychiatry of epilepsy

GO

Pharmacological management of anxiety disorders

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Polypharmacy: causes and consequences

GO

Psychiatric aspects of HIV

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychiatric problems in Parkinson's disease

GO

Psychodermatological disorders

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 1

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 2

GO

Rapid tranquillisation of the acutely psychotic patient

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice 

GO

Risk assessment and management of violence in general adult psychiatry

GO

Rural mental health: Part 1 – understanding rural mental health

GO

Rural mental health: Part 2 – improving rural mental health services

GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 1 – History, epidemiology, aetiology and diagnosis

GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 2 – Management

GO

Sensory impairment and intellectual disability

GO

Stimulants: epidemiology and impact on mental health

GO

Taking a general medical history in psychiatry

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 1

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 2

GO

The assessment of adult bulimia

GO

The assessment of personality

GO

The assessment of traumatic brain injury

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO
The Irish Mental Health Act 2001 GO

The law of mental health tribunals – Section 72 of the Mental Health Act

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module I

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005:  Module II

GO

The Mental Health Act 1983: Safeguards (England)

GO

The neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia

GO

The neuropsychiatry of multiple sclerosis

GO

The neuropsychiatry of stroke

GO

The pharmacological treatment of resistant depression – an overview

GO

Treating depression in later life

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

Learning disability  

Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales

GO

Advance directives in Ireland

GO
Appraisals for psychiatrists GO

Assessment of mental health problems in children and adolescents with learning disability (LD)

GO

Dementia: capacity, empowerment and conflicts of interest

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO
Epilepsy in intellectual disability GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity

GO
Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Managing challenging behaviour

GO

Managing depression in physically ill patients 

GO 

Recognising autism spectrum disorders in children with normal-range intelligence

GO

 

Legal

Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales

GO

Advance directives in Ireland

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO
Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour GO

Avoiding bias in judgements, decisions and outcome

GO

Bedside assessment of cognition

GO

Clinical errors and medical negligence

GO

Competence, capacity and decision-making ability in mental disorder

GO

Dementia: capacity, empowerment and conflicts of interest

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity

GO

FREDA – a human rights based approach to clinical practice

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Human rights and the Human Rights Act 1998 – implications for psychiatrists

GO

Mental health and tribunal law: an introduction

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice 

GO
The assessment of traumatic brain injury GO

The certificate of eligibility for specialist registration – via Article 14, PMETB: an application guide

GO

The Irish Mental Health Act 2001

GO

The law of mental health tribunals – Section 72 of the Mental Health Act

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module I

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module II

GO

The Mental Health Act 1983: Safeguards (England)

GO

The regulation of madness in England from the 17th century to the early 20th century: Part 1 

GO 

The regulation of madness in England from the 17th century to the early 20th century: Part 2

GO 

 

Liaison

 

Alcohol and the brain

GO

An unusual case presentation

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 1 – Diagnosis

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 2 – Treatment

GO
Appraisals for psychiatrists GO

Bedside assessment of cognition

GO

Complementary and alternative medicine in psychiatry

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO
Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders GO
Genetics for psychiatrists GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Hepatitis C and mental illness

GO

Inappropriate sexual behaviour in dementia

GO 

Introducing eating disorders

GO

Managing depression in physically ill patients

GO 

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO
Neuropsychiatry of epilepsy GO

Pharmacological management of anxiety disorders

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO
Psychiatric aspects of HIV GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychiatric problems in Parkinson's disease

GO
Psychodermatological disorders GO
Rapid tranquillisation of the acutely psychotic patient GO
Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice  GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 1 – History, epidemiology, aetiology and diagnosis

GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 2 – Management

GO 
Sensory impairment and intellectual disability GO

Stimulants: epidemiology and impact on mental health

GO
Substance misuse in older people GO

Taking a general medical history in psychiatry

GO
The assessment of adult bulimia GO
The assessment of personality GO

The assessment of traumatic brain injury

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO
The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module I GO
The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module II GO
The neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia GO

The neuropsychiatry of multiple sclerosis

GO

The neuropsychiatry of stroke

GO

The pharmacological treatment of resistant depression – an overview

GO

The physical examination in psychiatric practice: Part I

GO

The physical examination in psychiatric practice: Part II

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

Medical management

 

Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales

GO
Advance directives in Ireland GO
Alternatives to acute admission: crisis resolution and home treatment GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour

GO

Avoiding bias in judgements, decisions and outcome

GO

Clinical errors and medical negligence

GO

Combating stigma

GO

Complementary and alternative medicine in psychiatry

GO
Creating constructive in-patient stays GO
Dementia: capacity, empowerment and conflicts of interest GO

Effective use of the internet in psychiatry

GO 
Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders GO

FREDA – a human rights based approach to clinical practice

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

How to evaluate your CAMH service

GO

Human rights and the Human Rights Act 1998 – implications for psychiatrists

GO 

Managing challenging behaviour

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO
Polypharmacy: causes and consequences GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 1

GO
Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 2 GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice 

GO

Risk assessment and management of violence in general adult psychiatry

GO

The certificate of eligibility for specialist registration – via Article 14, PMETB: an application guide

GO

The Irish Mental Health Act 2001

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module I

GO
The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module II GO

The physical examination in psychiatric practice: Part I

GO
The physical examination in psychiatric practice: Part II GO

The regulation of madness in England from the 17th century to the early 20th century: Part 1

GO 
The regulation of madness in England from the 17th century to the early 20th century: Part 2 GO 

The SAS (Speciality) Psychiatry Tutor: an introductory guide

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

Old age  

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 1 – Diagnosis

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 2 – Treatment

GO
Appraisals for psychiatrists GO

Assessing people with psychiatric rehabilitation needs

GO

Basics of geriatric medicine

GO

Bedside assessment of cognition

GO

Bereavement

GO

Competence, capacity and decision-making ability in mental disorder

GO

Dementia: capacity, empowerment and conflicts of interest

GO

Early onset dementias

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO
Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Inappropriate sexual behaviour in dementia

GO 

Managing depression in physically ill patients

GO 

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Music therapy – an introduction

GO

Pharmacological management of anxiety disorders

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Polypharmacy: causes and consequences

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychiatric problems in Parkinson's disease

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice

GO

Sensory impairment and intellectual disability

GO

Substance misuse in older people

GO

Taking a general medical history in psychiatry

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO
The Mental Capacity Act: Module I GO
The Mental Capacity Act: Module II GO
The neuropsychiatry of multiple sclerosis GO

The neuropsychiatry of stroke

GO

The pharmacological treatment of resistant depression – an overview

GO

Treating depression in later life

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

Pharmacological  

Adult ADHD

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 1 – Diagnosis

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 2 – Treatment

GO

Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour

GO

Basics of geriatric medicine

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO

Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders

GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Managing depression in physically ill patients

GO 

Neuropsychiatry of epilepsy

GO

Pharmacological management of anxiety disorders

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Polypharmacy: causes and consequences

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychiatric problems in Parkinson's disease

GO

Rapid tranquillisation of the acutely psychotic patient

GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 1 – History, epidemiology, aetiology and diagnosis

GO
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 2 – Management GO

Stimulants: epidemiology and impact on mental health

GO

Substance misuse in older people

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 1

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 2

GO

The pharmacological treatment of resistant depression – an overview

GO

Treating depression in later life

GO

 

Psychological  

An introduction to CBT

GO

Assessing people with psychiatric rehabilitation needs

GO
Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour GO

Assessment of eating disorders in children and adolescents

GO

Bedside assessment of cognition

GO

Behavioural problems in the under-fives: Part 1

GO

Behavioural problems in the under-fives: Part 2

GO

Behavioural problems in the under-fives: Part 3

GO
Complementary and alternative medicine in psychiatry GO

Computer-aided cognitive behaviour therapy

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity

GO

FREDA – a human rights based approach to clinical practice

GO

Managing challenging behaviour

GO

Managing depression in physically ill patients

GO 

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Psychiatric aspects of HIV

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 1

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 2

GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 1 – History, epidemiology, aetiology and diagnosis

GO

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 2 – Management

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 1

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 2

GO

The assessment of adult bulimia

GO

The assessment of personality

GO

The assessment of traumatic brain injury

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO

Working through interpreters

GO 

 

Psychotherapy  

An introduction to CBT

GO

An introduction to cognitive analytic therapy

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Assessment and treatment of sexually abnormal behaviour

GO

Assessment of eating disorders in children and adolescents

GO

Computer-aided cognitive behaviour therapy

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Introducing eating disorders

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Music therapy – an introduction

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 1

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 2

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 1

GO

The assessment and management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: Part 2

GO

The assessment of adult bulimia

GO

The assessment of personality

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO

Treating depression in later life

GO

 

Rehabilitation and social psychiatry  
Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales GO

Advance directives in Ireland

GO

Alcohol and the brain

GO

Alternatives to acute admission: crisis resolution and home treatment

GO

An introduction to CBT

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 1 – Diagnosis

GO

Antidepressants and psychosexual dysfunction: Part 2 – Treatment

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Assessing people with psychiatric rehabilitation needs

GO

Bedside assessment of cognition

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 1

GO

ECGs for psychiatrists: Part 2

GO

Feeling better – Lifestyle management for chronic mental disorders

GO

FREDA – a human rights based approach to clinical practice

GO

Genetics for psychiatrists

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Inappropriate sexual behaviour in dementia

GO 

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Polypharmacy: causes and consequences

GO

Psychiatric aspects of HIV

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Psychiatric problems in Parkinson's disease

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 1

GO

Psychosocial management of deliberate self-harm: Part 2

GO
Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice  GO
Risk assessment and management of violence in general adult psychiatry GO

Rural mental health: Part 1 – understanding rural mental health

GO
Rural mental health: Part 2 – improving rural mental health services GO

Sensory impairment and intellectual disability

GO

Stimulants: epidemiology and impact on mental health

GO

Supported accommodation in mental health

GO

The assessment of personality

GO

The assessment of traumatic brain injury

GO

The diagnosis of personality disorder in clinical practice

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module I

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module II

GO

The neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia

GO

The neuropsychiatry of multiple sclerosis

GO

The neuropsychiatry of stroke

GO

The pharmacological treatment of resistant depression – an overview

GO

 

Service design  

Alternatives to acute admission: crisis resolution and home treatment

GO

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Clinical errors and medical negligence

GO

Effective use of the internet in psychiatry

GO 

How to evaluate your CAMH service

GO

Rural mental health: Part 1 – understanding rural mental health

GO
Rural mental health: Part 2 – improving rural mental health services GO

The SAS (Speciality) Psychiatry Tutor: an introductory guide

GO

Working through interpreters 

GO

 

Training

 

Appraisals for psychiatrists

GO

Author guidelines

GO

Avoiding bias in judgements, decisions and outcome

GO

Clinical errors and medical negligence

GO

Computers, the Internet and the WWW: an introduction for the e-therapist

GO

Diversity training for psychiatrists

GO

Effective use of the internet in psychiatry

GO 

Giving feedback to trainees

GO

Helping the addicted doctor

GO

Human rights and the Human Rights Act 1998 – implications for psychiatrists

GO 

Involving patients and carers in training

GO

Learner-centred teaching: Part 1 – modifying the current approach

GO

Learner-centred teaching: Part 2 – problem-based learning

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 – Understanding stress and burnout 

GO

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 2 – Taking action

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice

GO

The certificate of eligibility for specialist registration – via Article 14, PMETB: an application guide

GO

The SAS (Speciality) Psychiatry Tutor: an introductory guide

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

UK Mental Health legislation  

Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights

GO
Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity GO

Mental health and tribunal law: an introduction

GO

The law of mental health tribunals – Section 72 of the Mental Health Act

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module I

GO

The Mental Capacity Act, 2005: Module II

GO

The Mental Health Act 1983: Safeguards (England)

GO

The regulation of madness in England from the 17th century to the early 20th century: Part 1

GO 
The regulation of madness in England from the 17th century to the early 20th century: Part 2  GO 

 

Working with service users/carers  

Advance decisions in psychiatry: England and Wales

GO

Advance directives in Ireland

GO

Alternatives to acute admission: crisis resolution and home treatment

GO

Combating stigma

GO

Creating constructive in-patient stays

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 1 – duty of care and rights

GO

Ethical and legal challenges within children's mental healthcare: Part 2 – decision-making, consent and capacity

GO

How to evaluate your CAMH service

GO

Inappropriate sexual behaviour in dementia

GO 

Involving patients and carers in training

GO

Physical health care in severe mental illness

GO

Psychiatric aspects of terminal care

GO

Respect for confidentiality – good psychiatric practice

GO

The law of mental health tribunals – Section 72 of the Mental Health Act

GO

Working through interpreters

GO

 

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