Cheshire and Wirral Partnership FT: Too Much Harm, Not Enough Care - Better Care For Service Users Through Better Care and Education with Staff

This training programme for staff about service users with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder improves safety and patient care by challenging stigma, education, and supporting staff to discuss their experiences. It went from initial concept within a high dependency rehabilitation unit to rollout trust wide.

The judges felt that excellent examples were given of equality of care and unconditional inclusion and that evidence of co-production was present throughout.

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