The government, with partners, has considered the recommendations made by the House of Lords. This response report defines a system-wide programme planned for 2014 to 2015 (and beyond) on improving implementation of the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Valuing every voice, respecting every right: making the case for the Mental Capacity Act. The Government’s response to the House of Lords Select Committee Report on the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Presented to Parliament by the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice and Secretary of State for Health by Command of Her Majesty. Ref: Cm 8884. London: Department of Health, June 9th 2014.
Mental Capacity Act Training
A narrative literature review about how registered health and social care practitioners change their practice after Mental Capacity Act training.
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Jenkins, C. Webster, N. Smythe, A. [and] Cowdell, F. (2020). What is the nature of Mental Capacity Act training and how do health and social care practitioners change their practice post‐training? A narrative review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. July 2020; Vol.29(13-14): pp.2093-2106.