The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)

 
 
 

The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)

2018

Thursday 1 February - London

Wednesday 13 June - Leeds


Course Content

  • A practical overview of the Mental Capacity Act: principles, assessments, best interest decision making, handling difficult cases
  • What is a deprivation of liberty?
  • The implications of ‘Cheshire West’
  • DoLS in practice in differing settings (including community settings) and with different age groups (including children)
  • The role of doctors, best interest assessors, IMCAs and RPRs: responsibilities and procedures
  • Clinical scenarios and discussion
  • The Law Commission’s replacement scheme for the DoLS

Who should attend?

This course provides the required update training for mental health assessors and is suitable for psychiatrists and other practitioners involved in mental health and capacity issues.


More information

 
 
 
 
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How to Book

2018

February - London

June - Leeds


If you don't wish to book online or have managed to secure funding...

Simply print out our booking form with your chosen method of payment and either:

Post to

Education and Training Network
Design House
1 Coal Hill Lane
Leeds
LS28 5NA


or

Fax to 0113 257 8159