We are always keen to hear about good practice in justice and forensic nursing. If you know of recognised good practice in custody care, prison care, secure or detained services then we want to hear from you.
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Here are some examples to draw inspiration from and we hope you might be able to adapt the principles into your own service provision.
Devon Partnership NHS Trust (DPT) was successful in a bid to provide a new pilot service working with Devon and Cornwall Police. This service links with the liaison and diversion service, with existing mental health nurses and new recruits providing a joint remit of a day-time liaison and diversion service and a night-time street triage service across Devon.
Specialist Physiotherapist Helen Jefford and Respiratory Nurse Specialist Nina Turner developed an innovative project to introduce a programme of pulmonary rehabilitation at Maidstone Prison. The aim was that prisoners with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) could improve their fitness levels and benefit from the same level of support as people outside in the community.