This one day, nationally accredited course has been designed for staff working in mental health, or those for whom conducting a mental state examination (MSE) is within their current or anticipated scope of practice. The course reflects the current Queensland Health policies and guidelines in reporting and documenting the MSE in a service delivery setting. The learning focuses on the evidence collected during a clinical interview, to promote evidence based clinical analysis and identification of mental state symptoms, and recording observations in the appropriate manner.
|Delivery Mode||Duration||Hours of active learning||Category||Cost|
|Face-to-face||1 full day||7:00||Subsidised
(QLD Health mental health
from 1 July 2018)
More information about this course is available in the handout: 10120NAT Course in Observing and Documenting a Mental State Examination- Course handout
Unique Student identifier (USI)
Provision of a USI is a Federal Government requirement since 1 January 2015, for all participants of accredited training within Australia. To obtain a USI register as a student via www.usi.gov.au