Safeguarding Adults Conference
Thursday 22nd May 2022 - Virtual
This half-day conference is aimed at assisting health professionals to discharge their responsibilities with regard to safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable adults.
“All healthcare organisations have a duty outlined in legislation, to make arrangements to safeguard and to co-operate with other agencies to protect adults at risk from harm abuse or neglect".
"Chief executive officers have a responsibility to seek assurance that all staff are able to meet this requirement".
"Healthcare organisations must ensure that those who use their services are safeguarded and that staff are suitably skilled and supported".
Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies for Health Care Staff First edition: August 2018
Topics covered include:
Self-neglect and hoarding
Insight project 2nd report - The Insight Project was developed to create a national picture regarding safeguarding adults’ activity during the COVID-19 pandemic
Think Family approach from a mental health perspective
Update on Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS)
Dr Anusree Biswas Sasidharan, Director and Programme Adviser
Chris McCree, Parental Mental Health Lead, Helping Families Team and Perinatal Community Services
Theresa Renwick, Safeguarding Manager, NHS Trust, Whittington Health, Centre for Parent and Child Support, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Who should attend?
All health professionals who work with adults
To view further details and to book: Click here
Or call to book by telephone: 0208 642 7185
The cost of attendance is only £75 if paid online or £85 if by invoice to the employer.
If you wish to receive the information discussed at the conference, but cannot attend on the day we can supply the speaker's notes
“Speakers were excellent.”