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FAQs

APCATS

Q1. Who should attend?

A1. Our training modules and workshops are suitable for health and social care staff and volunteers of eldercare agencies, such as family service centres, senior activity centres, neighbourhood links, day care.

Q2. Where will the training be held?

A2. All trainings will be held at Buangkok Green Medical Park Institute of Mental Health, 10 Buangkok View, Sapphire Room @ Blk 6, Level 1, Singapore 539747

Q3. Is there a limit to the number of participants per module?

A3. Yes. The maximum number of participants per module is 25 and will be on first-come-first-serve basis.

 

CMHT

Q1. Does CMHT provide injections for non-IMH patients?

A1. In order to avoid medication error, we do not provide injections for non-IMH patients. Non-IMH patients treated at restructured hospitals and who need medication and/ or injections will have to receive their medication and/ or injections at their respective hospitals.

Q2. Who is the "Basic" and "Skills" training for?

A2. The training is for organisations which need to have a better understanding of mental illness to be able to better manage PMIs in the community.

 

EPIP

Q1. Who should attend?

A1. Our trainings and workshops are suitable for health and social care staff and youth leaders from, family service centres, Post secondary educational institutes and organisations working with youth.

Q2. Where will the training be held?

A2. All trainings will be held at Buangkok Green Medical Park Institute of Mental Health, 10 Buangkok View,  Singapore 539747

Q3. Does EPIP organise talks/seminars/ forums to educate the public on detecting signs of early psychosis amongst family members and the benefits of early treatment?

A3.  Yes. The EPIP team organises talks/seminars/forums regularly which are open to the general public. The aim of such sessions is to educate the public on the benefits of early treatment, and to also help change the mindset that early help-seeking behaviour can be beneficial to the patient in the long run.

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