Evaluating the impact of a nationally recognised training programme that aims to raise the awareness and challenge attitudes of personality disorder in multi-agency partners

Gary Lamph, Cameron Latham, Debra Smith, Andrew Brown, Joanne Doyle, Mark Sampson
  • The Journal of Mental Health Training Education and Practice, June 2014, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/jmhtep-03-2013-0007

What is it about?

This paper describes the implementation of a personality disorder training programme. The programme aims to raise awareness about personality disorder and people from various professions took part in the training.

Why is it important?

The training itself is important to raise confidence levels in professionals who work with people who have been diagnosed with personality disorder. It helps professionals understand and gain knowledge around personality disorder.

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