|Type of Entry:||Training|
|Date added:||15 September 2020|
|Owned by:||Olly's Future and Health Education England|
|Target audience:||Healthcare professionals|
|Length of training||
GP practices that sign up to practice hope recieve:
|Level of training||
Practice hope offers training for primary care staff on 10 - 25 year olds who are thinking of suicide or self-harm
Practice hope offers training for CCGs, PCNs and practices on how to improve their service to better support children and young people, based on the NHS PACE setter model.
The training includes:
For more information about the Practice Hope training, visit Ollys Future website.
The Practise Hope pilot ran from February 2019 to September 2020 and received £200,000 funding from Health Education England. It was delivered by practices in the Dartford area in Kent, in Brighton and Hove, Sussex and the Woking area of Surrey. It was a collaboration between Health Education England, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust, Mind and Olly’s Future.
Findings from this pilot showed that:
The next phase will be to embed the initiative in other areas of the country through providing training, as above, to surgeries on how to run the Practise Hope themselves, providing them with all the surveys, action plans, focus group learning and materials.
This training was funded by Health Education England.
This course is facilitated by Mind in local communities who support the delivery of the training and follow up support.
The aim of the ZSA Resources is to introduce users to a range of existing and new resources with a connection to supporting people with their mental health, bring awareness to and help prevent incidences of suicide. Even though the ZSA offer their own training, this resource is presented aside other training resources to enable the user to make an informed decision over its use.
For more information on ZSA Resources, please refer to ZSA Policies.
Content last updated: 19/10/2022.