NCISH Learning resource: Safer care for patients given a diagnosis of personality disorder
The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health (NCISH) have produced a new online resource to help staff working in mental health services understand more about what it means to have been given a diagnosis of personality disorder and how to help people who present to services with this diagnosis. Addressing the needs of patients given a diagnosis of personality disorder is an essential component of suicide prevention. This resource comprises four videos examining different aspects of safer care for people given a diagnosis of personality disorder and includes links to supplementary information to further aid understanding. You can view the videos by clicking the link below.
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