CARE CO-ORDINATION, EMPOWERMENT AND RECOVERY IN MENTAL HEALTH PRACTICE - 2017/8

Module code: NUR2132

Module provider

School of Health Sciences

Module Leader

TOBUTT CJ Mr (Health Sci.)

Number of Credits

15

ECT Credits

15

Framework

FHEQ Level 5

JACs code

B700

Module cap (Maximum number of students)

N/A

Module Availability

Crosses academic years

Overall student workload

Workshop Hours: 12

Lecture Hours: 18

Assessment pattern

Assessment type Unit of assessment Weighting
Coursework ESSAY 100%

Alternative Assessment

N/A

Prerequisites / Co-requisites

Learning outcomes

Attributes Developed
Identify and discuss the principles and values of empowerment and recovery in mental health care
Cultivate and develop critical thinking around ‘empowerment' and ‘recovery’, using sociological, political, organisational and economic frameworks as a backdrop
Identify and critically appraise engagement skills that can create empowering and recovery-based interventions for individuals and their families/carers when working in both crisis and non-crisis situations (assessment, core therapeutic skills, positive risk-taking, care planning)
Identify skills and conceptual challenges of interdisciplinary working in contemporary mental health practice and relate these to the principles and values of empowerment and recovery
Evaluate practice experiences and relate these experiences to the principles and values of empowerment and recovery

Attributes Developed

C - Cognitive/analytical

K - Subject knowledge

T - Transferable skills

P - Professional/Practical skills

Module content

Week 1: Introduction & Principles and Values of Recovery

Learn Week 1:

ing Outcomes: 1, 2, 4 & 5

 

Pre-reading

Buchanan-Barker, P. (2009) Reclamation: beyond recovery. In: Barker, P. (Ed.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The Craft of Caring. London: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

 

Post-reading

Repper, J., & Perkins, R. (2007) Social Inclusion and Recovery. London: Butterworth-Heinemann (Chapter 1).

 

Week 2: Sociology of Mental Illness: Inequalities in Health & Principles of Recovery

Learning Outcome: 1, 2 & 5

 

Pre-reading

Barry, A-M., & Yuill, C. (2012) Understanding the Sociology of Health. Third edition. London: Sage. (Chapter 9, Mental health).

 

Repper, J., & Perkins, R. (2007) Social Inclusion and Recovery. London: Butterworth-Heinemann (Chapter 2).

 

Post-reading

Rogers, A., & Pilgrim, D. (2014) A Sociology of Mental Health and Illness. Fifth Edition. Maidenhead: Open University press and McGraw-Hill Education.

 

Heaton, J. (2006) From anti-psychiatry to critical psychiatry. In: Double, D. (Ed.) Critical Psychiatry. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Week 3: Policy, Recovery & Empowerment

Learning Outcomes: 1 & 2

 

Pre-reading

Department of Health (2011) No Health Without Mental Health. A Cross-Government Mental Health Outcomes Strategy for People for All Ages. Available from:

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/213761/dh_124058.pdf (retrieved 21/11/14)  

 

Mental Health Taskforce to the NHS in England (2016) The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health. London, NHS England:

https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Mental-Health-Taskforce-FYFV-final.pdf

 

Gilburt, H. (2015) Mental Health Under Pressure. London: The King’s Fund.

 

Post-reading

Repper, J., & Perkins, R. (2007) Social Inclusion and Recovery. London: Butterworth-Heinemann (Chapter 4).

 

Deegan, P. (2009) Recovery: The lived experience of rehabilitation. In: Reynolds, J., Muston, R., Heller, T., Leach, J., et al., (Eds.) Mental Health Still Matters. London Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Working with Families and Carers

Learning Outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

 

Pre-reading

Stevenson, C., & Gordon, E. (2009) Family support: growing the family support network. In: Barker, P. (Ed.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The Craft of Caring. London: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

 

 

 

Post-reading

Watkins, P. (2007) Recovery: A Guide for Mental Health Practitioners. London: Churchill Livingstone (Chapter 4).

 

Working with Those Hard to Reach

Learning Outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

 

Pre-reading

Morris, M., & Smith, M. (2009) Assertive outreach. In: In: Barker, P. (Ed.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The Craft of Caring. London: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

 

Post-reading

Spandler, H. (2009) From social inclusion to inclusion? A critique of the inclusion imperative in mental health: In: Reynolds, J., Muston, R., Heller, T., Leach, J., et al., (Eds.) Mental Health Still Matters. London Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Repper, J., & Perkins, R. (2007) Social Inclusion and Recovery. London: Butterworth-Heinemann (Chapter 12).

 

Week 4: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Learning Outcomes: 1, 2 & 3

 

Pre-reading

French, P. (2009) Cognitive-behavioural therapy. In: Barker, P. (Ed.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The Craft of Caring. London: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

 

Post-reading

Sudak, D. (2013) Combining CBT and Medication. Am Evidence-Based Approach. London: Hoboken: Wiley.

 

 

 

Recovery and Empowerment: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Learning Outcomes: 3, 4, 5

 

Pre-reading

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse (2011) Drug Treatment and Recovery in 2010-2011. London: NTA.

 

Post-reading

Daley, D., & Marlatt, A. (2006) Overcoming your Alcohol or Drug Problem: Effective Recovery Strategies: Workbook. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Ecotherapy

Learning Outcomes 3, 4, & 5

 

Pre-reading

MIND (undated) Making Sense of Ecotherapy. London: MIND

 

Post-reading

Wilson, N., Fleming S., Jones, R, Lafferty, K., et al., (2010) Green shoots of recovery: the impact of a mental health ecotherapy programme. Mental Health Review Journal, 15(2), 4-14.

 

Week 5: Psycho-Social Interventions and Risk Assessment

Learning Outcomes: 3, 4, 5

 

Pre-reading

Allen, R., Springer, D,m & Trawvfer, K. (2011) Psychosocial Treatment of Schizophrenia. London: Hoboken: Wiley.

 

Barker, P. (2009) Assessment the foundation of practice. In: Barker, P. (Ed.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The Craft of Caring. London: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

 

 

Post-reading

Lindow, J. (2004) Living with Risk: Mental Health Service User Involvement in Risk Assessment and Management. Bristol: Policy Press.

 

Motivational Interveiwng II

Learning Outcomes: 3, 4, 5

 

Pre-reading

Miller, W., & Rollnick, S. (2013) Motivational Interviewing. Helping People Change. London: Guilford. (Chapters 12 & 13)

 

Post-reading

Miller, W., & Rollnick, S. (2013) Motivational Interviewing. Helping People Change. London: Guilford. (Chapters 14 & 15)

 

Spirituality

Learning Outcomes: 3, 4, 5

 

Pre-reading

Wright, S. (2009) Spirituality, nursing and mental health. In: Barker, P. (Ed.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The Craft of Caring. London: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

 

Post-reading

Borthwick, A., Holman, C., Kennard, D., McFetridge, M., et al., (2009) The relevance of moral treatment to contemporary mental health care. In: Reynolds, J., Muston, R., Heller, T., Leach, J., et al., (Eds.) Mental Health Still Matters. London Palgrave Macmillan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 6: Life Support Update

Learning Outcome: 3

 

Pre-reading

Resuscitation Council (UK) (2016) Resuscitation Guidelines.

https://www.resus.org.uk/resuscitation-guidelines/

(Accessed 07/12/16).

 

Post-reading

Bradford, N. (2016) Advanced life support training for hospital staff. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 58, 100-101.

 

PM: FORMATIVE ASSESSEMENT

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Assessment Strategy

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