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Welcome to the Latest Projects/news section. In this section of our website you will find information about the latest evidence, innovation, quality improvement and research projects we are working on.

Take a look around and learn about the work we are doing to improve the services we provide, whilst addressing the mental health and wellbeing challenges of the future. If you find an article that you find particularly useful you can share it with your friends, family or colleagues by using our social media icons!


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Dr Jennifer Kilcoyne has been appointed as the Clinical Director and Deputy Chief Clinical Information Officer at the Centre for Perfect Care.

02 Nov 2017

In her new role, Jennifer is responsible with Perfect care colleagues for developing quality improvement solutions to support teams to develop and implement the organisational key priorities and to ensure we continue to be a leading organisation in the fields of: 1. Zero suicide 2. Reduced Restrictive Practice 3. Improved Physical Health 4. Just and Learning Culture.

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PPiMH award tour continues

26 Oct 2017

The award for ‘No Force First’ at the Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards is continuing its tour of inpatient units around the trust in recognition of the fantastic work being undertaken to reduce the use of restrictive interventions.

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DASA Update (August 2017)

31 Aug 2017

Our DASA (Dynamic appraisal of Situational Aggression) study team provide an update on how they are developing and testing their research within new settings. As well as publicising their findings to help improve and support other mental health/wellbeing services and teams.

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ImproveWell pilot launches

15 Aug 2017

Our Medical Education department are proud to be introducing a pilot programme today with our new trainees, which will see the launch of ‘ImproveWell’- a digital platform with a smartphone app.

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Research Collaboration 1 June 2017

13 Jun 2017

Almost 100 staff, service users and carers attended a joint Trust and University of Liverpool Research Collaboration event at the Quaker Meeting House on 1 June. Delegates heard updates on some of the joint work which is supporting the trust priorities of No Force First, Zero Suicide and Physical Health along with a service user and carer lead piece of research looking at Perceptions and Understanding of Borderline Personality Disorder in Community Teams.

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No Force First Guidebooks arrive

21 Mar 2017

The progress being made towards one of our Perfect Care priorities continues week commencing 20th March as the comprehensive ‘Guide to reduce restrictive practices in mental health services’ arrive on our inpatient units.

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