‘Improving and Innovating in CAMHS PICU and Low Secure services’ hosted by Institute of Mental Health Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Over the years, professional colleagues working within the CAMHS arena have approached NAPICU for support, guidance and information. This led to our collaborative work in developing and publishing the National Minimum Standards for […]
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The National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care and Low Secure Units (NAPICU) and The British Association for Psychopharmacology (BAP) have developed a new joint guideline. Topic: Rapid Tranquilisation Co-Authors: Maxine X Patel, Faisil N Sethi With co-authors (in alphabetical order): TRE Barnes, R Dix, L Dratcu, BJ Fox, M Garriga, J Haste, KG Kahl, A Lingford-Hughes, RH McAllister-Williams, A O’Brien, C Parker, B Paterson, C Paton, S Posporelis, DM Taylor, E Vieta, B Völlm, C Wilson-Jones and L Woods […]
NAPICU and the British Association of Psychopharmacology (BAP) are working together to produce Evidence Based Guidelines for the Clinical Management of Acute Disturbance (De-escalation and Rapid Tranquillisation). Following the Experts’ Consensus Day Meeting in London in June 2017, work is now fully underway to draft the guideline. Dr Faisil Sethi (NAPICU Vice Chairman) said: this […]
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