When Can a Detained Patient be Subject to Seclusion
Delivered by lecturer Steph Barber of Law Hound, this bite size session will consider when a person detained under the Mental Health Act of 1983, as amended, may be subject to seclusion.
Aimed at those wishing to specialise in mental health law and tribunal work, this webinar will provide a useful introduction to, or reminder regarding what seclusion is, when and where seclusion can take place and when seclusion must end.
In addition, this course will provide viewers with a valuable insight into safeguard procedure including assessment, monitoring, observation, and review.
Invaluable for those who specialise in this area, this course will also be of interest to all practitioners who wish to comply with SRA standards that stipulate that solicitors, irrespective of their specialist area of law, should be able to demonstrate an understanding of mental health issues and an understanding of the basic concepts of the Mental Health Act.
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