Recovery Republic

CPD Standards Office Provider Number: 21713

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Category: Education & Training Centres, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Medical, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Social and Care Work


The Recovery Republic, founded in 2012 and awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2017, is a not for profit, wellbeing organisation, attended by adults drawn from the local population and wider area, self-referred or referred from Statutory Services.

Its aim is for young people and adults who attend, particularly those who are in early or established recovery, gain the knowledge over time and through mutual support, become the person they know they can be.  Such activity is not time-limited; recovery takes years rather than weeks or a few months.

The Education, Research & Development arm includes academic clinicians, researching, developing and running accredited and co-produced education programs for our members and for those working in Primary Care and the Community.

Accredited Activities:

  • Diploma in Primary Care and Community Mental Health (training course)
  • Diploma in Primary Care and Community Mental Health (online)
  • Diploma in Primary Care and Community Mental Health – 3 Separate Days.

Diploma in Primary Care and Community Mental Health

Face to Face over 3 teaching days 61.5 CPD hours

Online via 12 monthly Webinars 63 CPD hours

Individual Teaching Days 7.5 CPD hours per day

  1. Anxiety and Medically Unexplained Symptoms

Depression including Maternal Mental Health and   Wellbeing

  1. Psychosis and Bipolar

Addiction and Complex Personalities

  1. Dementia and Learning Disabilities

Children’s and Young People’s Mental Health       including Eating Disorders

Includes comprehensive workbooks co-produced  by experts in the field

Who Should Attend:

The course is aimed at those working in Primary Care and the Community, particularly General Practitioners, Nurses and Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Physician Associates, Pharmacists, Allied Health Professionals and Community Workers

The Diploma recognises that Primary Care and Community mental health is more than just the treatment of mental illness and how an understanding of the physical, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual elements improves outcomes.

The Course will cover all the competences in Primary Care Mental Health, as recognised by the Royal College of General Practitioners. It will equip you with an understanding of how you can support your patients and clients with practical techniques that are effective in a 10-minute consultation.

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