Monthly Archives: July 2012

Forensic Psychologists

The largest single employer of forensic psychologists in the UK is HM Prison Service (which includes the Home Office Research and Development Unit as well as prisons). Forensic psychologists can also be employed in the health service (including rehabilitation units … Continue reading

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Forensic Social Work

Can any social worker be a forensic social worker? Forensic social work is based on specialized knowledge drawn from established principles and their application, familiarity with the law, painstaking evaluation, and objective criteria associated with treatment outcomes. What the social … Continue reading

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NHS Continuing Health Care

NHS continuing healthcare is a package of continuing care provided outside hospital, arranged and funded solely by the NHS, for people with ongoing healthcare needs.   Where is NHS continuing healthcare provided?   If you are eligible, you can receive NHS continuing … Continue reading

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Hillcrest Hospital Leicester

The original workhouse building opened in 1838. The architect was William Flint. A Leicester Guardian, William Parsons, had been a contender for the design but was felt to be ineligible because of his position on the Board. Flint’s design was … Continue reading

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Family and Friends Support Network

Family and Friends’ Support Network is for people with a relative or friend under the care of the North London Forensic Service, either in the community or in any of the inpatient facilities. Contact details Camlet Three, Chase Farm Hospital, … Continue reading

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