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Engagement Interview Protocol
When suffering illnesses, people from different cultural backgrounds usually have their own illness beliefs, the understanding of the meanings of their symptoms based on their cultures and traditions. Due to differences in cultural and educational backgrounds, patients and their providers frequently have different views about an illness. The Engagement Interview Protocol was designed to bridge different views to engage patients in appropriate psychiatric treatment.
Online Learning: Person-focused working in the Good Prison
This FREE online course for staff and others, including volunteers and charity staff, working in prisons and custodial institutions shows how you can use strong interpersonal and communication skills to work with people in prison in a more effective and empowering way, both for yourself and for the people you work with. The aim is to help you to focus on the wellbeing of people in prison as well as support them in their rehabilitative journey.
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