Decision Making and Mental Capacity: Ensuring Best Practice & Adherence to the NICE Guideline

Event Details

Date:
18 September 2020
Event Region:
London
Contact Name: Kerry Tarrant, Programme Director
Email Address:
Phone number:
07950 578710
Address:
West One De Vere, 9-10 Portland Place
London
W1B 1PR

The current quality statements in the draft guideline are Quality statements: Statement 1 People aged 16 and over who may lack capacity to make decisions receive support for decision making that reflects their individual circumstances and meets their particular needs. Statement 2 People aged 16 and over at risk of losing capacity to make decisions, and those with fluctuating capacity, are given the opportunity to discuss advance care planning at each health and social care review. Statement 3 People aged 16 and over who are assessed as lacking capacity to make a decision have a clear record of the practicable steps taken to support them and the reasons why they lack capacity.

This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working to ensure best practice in decision making and mental capacity
  • Reflect on the lived experience of someone who is likely to lack capacity in the future 
  • Understand the national context and implications of the NICE guidance and the March 2020 National Quality Standard
  • Understand the implications of the 2019 The Mental Capacity (Amendment) Act
  • Develop your skills in supporting people to make their own decisions where they have the capacity to do so
  • Ensure adherence to the 4 Quality Statements 
  • Understand how to effectively keep people who lack capacity at the centre of the decision-making process
  • Improve your understanding of the legal framework including the Liberty Protection Safeguards
  • Meet the new standards with mental capacity assessments
  • Improve your skills in Best Interests Assessment under the New NICE Guidance
  • Improve advance care planning practice including condition specific care planning
  • Learn from case studies in safeguarding, prolonged disorders of consciousness and learning disabilities
  • Ensure adherence and monitoring against the new standards in your service

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