Fundamentals campaign: Week 2 social media posts

Week 2 social media posts

Please ushttps://wecantalk.online/wp-admin/upload.phpe these posts to spread the word about the We Can Talk fundamentals of compassionate care training this week. 

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Twitter:

An amazing 98% of people taking part in @WeCanTalkCYPMH Fundamentals of compassionate care said that it would make a difference to the way they did their job. The training is aimed at all hospital staff and is free! www.wecantalk.online/fundamentals #WeCanTalk

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Facebook:

An amazing 98% of people taking part in @WeCanTalkCYPMH Fundamentals of compassionate care said that it would make a difference to the way they did their job. The training is aimed at all hospital staff and is free!

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www.wecantalk.online/fundamentals #WeCanTalk

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Whatsapp:

Hi,

I wanted to let you know about a free new online training to improve care for children and young people presenting to hospital in mental health crisis and the staff that support them. We Can Talk fundamentals of compassionate care has been funded by Health Education England and is targeted at clinical and non-clinical staff and volunteers working in acute hospital settings. 

Link: www.wecantalk.online/fundamentals

I really enjoyed the training as you get to hear directly from young people with experience in non-judgemental and engaging way. It’s free to do, takes an hour to complete and you don’t have to complete it all in one go.

One lesson that I took away was that: “you don’t have to be an expert in mental health to help”. If some time has passed since your last mental health training, it is also a great way to refresh your memory on how to support children and young people’s mental health.