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InPractice

The online training courses in this section have been produced in partnership with InPractice, a medico-legal consultancy providing training on law and ethics to the NHS, private healthcare providers, professional associations and pharmaceutical companies.

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Root Cause Analysis for Incident Investigation (Level 1)

Approximate duration: 2 hours

This InPractice online training will make you aware of the purpose of, and the process followed, during a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) investigation. It will give you a better understanding of the RCA methodology, the role of the investigation team and what is expected of employees who are asked to provide witness statements, or are called to interview, during an investigation.

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Root Cause Analysis for Incident Investigation (Level 2)

Approximate duration: 4 hours

This InPractice online training provides a structured approach to incident investigation, from gathering and organising the information, through a detailed analysis of the issues and evidence, to the production of the formal report. The training follows a proven Root Cause Analysis (RCA) methodology tailored to investigating patient incidents in hospitals, care homes and care services.

£90.00 Price plus VAT ADD TO BASKET
The Legal Use of Restrictive Interventions

Approximate duration: 2 hours

This InPractice online training looks at restrictive interventions in the context of the Human Rights Act, the Mental Health Act, the Mental Capacity Act and other relevant legal and ethical principles. The appropriate, legal use of restrictive intervention is necessary in many clinical settings. However, inappropriate use, and the lack of detailed documentation of decisions, can make healthcare professionals vulnerable to accusations of mistreatment.

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