Presenter: Francesca Tenenbaum, Director Alameda and San Mateo County PRAS
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Training Listing & Description
Rights for Individuals in Inpatient Facilities
This one-hour CEU training is designed to provide clinicians and medical providers with an overview of Patients’ Rights Advocacy Services for inpatient mental health facilities. The objectives for the training is to have an understanding of the role of Patients’ Rights Advocates; the function of the State Office of Patients’ Rights; legal rights of patients; denial of rights; seclusion and restraints; the grievance and complaint process; and facility responsibilities and requirements.
This one-hour training is designed to provide clinicians with relevant laws, historical information, criteria to initiate a hold, timelines and patients’ rights. The objectives for the training is to identify criteria to initiate a 5150; the clinician’s role in the 5150 process; and understand the individual’s rights as they relate to the 5150, 5250 and 5270 process.
Rights for Individuals in Outpatient Facilities
This one-hour CEU training is designed to provide clinicians and medical providers with an overview of Patients’ Rights Advocacy Services for outpatient mental health facilities. The objectives for the training is to have an understanding of the role of Patients’ Rights Advocates; the legal rights of patients; the grievance and complaint process; and the facility responsibilities and requirements.
Respect and Dignity Training
This one-hour CEU training helps providers understand the concepts of being mindful when working with mental health patients by bringing awareness and responsibility with treating others with respect and dignity. Topics include cultural awareness, teamwork, collaboration, etc.
Residents’ Rights Training
This one-hour CEU training discusses the rights of residents in licensed facilities. The objective is to understand the role of the Patients’ Rights Advocate; the legal rights of residents’ living in housing facilities (B&C, R&B, etc.); the grievance and complaint process; and residential resources.
If you are interested in scheduling a training for your agency or facility, please contact us at (714) 834-5647 or (800) 668-4240.
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