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FPNA News he FPNA has been very working with personality presentation of a comprehensive active of late, in terms of disordered patients. Dr Doug audit undertaken in the Tgenerating a number of McInnes of Canterbury Hatherton Centre on Incident one day seminars. On 29 Christchurch University College Reporting and Analysis. February 2000, at Ashworth gave a paper on clinical Hospital, Mick Barwood supervision in forensic practice. The FPNA would like to (Executive Director of Nursing) Nurses from the John Howard extend thanks to all of the opened proceedings which Centre gave excellent contributions above centres who reported included Fan Aiken and her sharing good practice and that these seminars are timely colleagues relating current devel- speaking of their own internal in attracting nurses to services opments in the Ashworth nursing strategy. Following a which are all involved in signifi- Centre. Tracy Wilkins addressed number of workshops David cant growth and development. influences upon therapeutic Love (FPNA Executive) spoke of relationships with women who the importance of developing The FPNA is currently involved are diagnosed with borderline and sharing good practice. in organising a June seminar in personality disorder, and Mark Glasgow, likely to take place in Chandley provided a case Gill Chalder, Head of the the directorate of forensic mental presentation which reflected Forensic Service Hatherton health, Greater Glasgow Primary interventions and management Centre, Stafford, hosted a one Care NHS Trust. If any members of those clients who present with day seminar on 3 May 2000. of the FPNA, or centres, are very challenging behaviours. Professor Peter Nolan of the interested in hosting a one day Sarah Beasley from Reaside University of Birmingham gave event, please do not hesitate to Clinic, in the West Midlands an overview of original research contact me (Norman McClelland) detailed the work of the West he has completed linked to on 01642 283 993 or Julie Midlands self harm network. British and Swedish mental Millar on 0121 6783339 or health nurses experience of Mandy Robinson on 0121 678 John Enser Director of Nursing violence. Dr Claire Barkley and 3000. We are currently in the at the John Howard Centre Chris Lyle addressed womens process of arranging the FPNA Medium Secure Unit in Hackney issues at the Hatherton Centre, annual conference. A venue has hosted a well attended event on and Helena McGrath of the yet to be confirmed but we are 29 April, 2000. Here, there were Three Bridges Unit in London in talks with the Chamberlain a range of speakers including also presented work related Hotel, Board Street, Birmingham, Professor Len Bowers who fed to female patients’ perception and provisional dates have been back recent research related to of care in secure units. Gill set for 2/3 November, 2000. nursing attitudes towards Wells and Mark Smith gave a Norman McClelland (General Secretary FPNA) The British Journal of Forensic Practice • VOLUME 2 • ISSUE 2 • June 2000 © Pavilion Publishing Brighton Ltd http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The British Journal of Forensic Practice Emerald Publishing

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Abstract

he FPNA has been very working with personality presentation of a comprehensive active of late, in terms of disordered patients. Dr Doug audit undertaken in the Tgenerating a number of McInnes of Canterbury Hatherton Centre on Incident one day seminars. On 29 Christchurch University College Reporting and Analysis. February 2000, at Ashworth gave a paper on clinical Hospital, Mick Barwood supervision in forensic practice. The FPNA would like to (Executive Director of Nursing) Nurses from the John Howard extend thanks to all of the opened proceedings which Centre gave excellent contributions above centres who reported included Fan Aiken and her sharing good practice and that these seminars are timely colleagues relating current devel- speaking of their own internal in attracting nurses to services opments in the Ashworth nursing strategy. Following a which are all involved in signifi- Centre. Tracy Wilkins addressed number of workshops David cant growth and development. influences upon therapeutic Love (FPNA Executive) spoke of relationships with women who the importance of developing The FPNA is currently involved are diagnosed with borderline and sharing good practice. in organising a June seminar in personality disorder, and Mark Glasgow, likely to take place in Chandley provided a case Gill Chalder, Head of the the directorate of forensic mental presentation which reflected Forensic Service Hatherton health, Greater Glasgow Primary interventions and management Centre, Stafford, hosted a one Care NHS Trust. If any members of those clients who present with day seminar on 3 May 2000. of the FPNA, or centres, are very challenging behaviours. Professor Peter Nolan of the interested in hosting a one day Sarah Beasley from Reaside University of Birmingham gave event, please do not hesitate to Clinic, in the West Midlands an overview of original research contact me (Norman McClelland) detailed the work of the West he has completed linked to on 01642 283 993 or Julie Midlands self harm network. British and Swedish mental Millar on 0121 6783339 or health nurses experience of Mandy Robinson on 0121 678 John Enser Director of Nursing violence. Dr Claire Barkley and 3000. We are currently in the at the John Howard Centre Chris Lyle addressed womens process of arranging the FPNA Medium Secure Unit in Hackney issues at the Hatherton Centre, annual conference. A venue has hosted a well attended event on and Helena McGrath of the yet to be confirmed but we are 29 April, 2000. Here, there were Three Bridges Unit in London in talks with the Chamberlain a range of speakers including also presented work related Hotel, Board Street, Birmingham, Professor Len Bowers who fed to female patients’ perception and provisional dates have been back recent research related to of care in secure units. Gill set for 2/3 November, 2000. nursing attitudes towards Wells and Mark Smith gave a Norman McClelland (General Secretary FPNA) The British Journal of Forensic Practice • VOLUME 2 • ISSUE 2 • June 2000 © Pavilion Publishing Brighton Ltd

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The British Journal of Forensic PracticeEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2000

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