Courses Start in June
You are warmly invited to be among the first cohort of students of Devon's Recovery Learning Community.
The Community is running its first collection of courses in June and July this year. It is a partnership between Devon Partnership Trust, Mind in Exeter and East Devon, and Exeter College.Add a comment
Supporting People to Live Well
Devon Partnership NHS Trust’s
Devon Partnership NHS Trust recently published its Recovery Strategy: Supporting Peope to Live Well.
The Strategy is a result of an extensive process of consultation with staff, people in recovery and other interested groups. It will give a major boost to the implementation on Recovery oriented practice across the whole of the Trust and beyond.
A report on progress towards 'Delivering Recovery Oriented Practice in Devon' was also produced at around the same time.Add a comment
D-RRIG Guidance Note no. 1
On 22nd November 2012, a meeting of the Devon Recovery Research and Innovations Group (D-RRIG), looked in detail at the experiences of people regarding diagnosis, when in contact with mental health services. The discussion has now been summarised by Dr Sarah Robens, an anthropologist in the Research and Development Department of Devon Partnership NHS Trust. Her report has been published by the Trust, with a design by Sumographics, as D-RRIG Guidance Note No.1.
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through Organisational Change
The Project has been instrumental in promoting Recovery oriented approaches within Devon and it is now publishing some of the lessons learned.
The Mental Health Network has recently published a briefing on progress to date, 'Supporting Recovery in Mental Health'.
Its first Key Point is that, 'Changing to more recovery focused practice in mental health is possible even when resources are limited, but providers will need to review existing services and staffing establishments.'
Meanwhile, the Project has produced three substantial papers on specific topics:
Briefing 1: Recovery Colleges - also known as Recovery Education Colleges, or in Devon, as our Recovery Learning Community.Add a comment
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