A Mental Health Responsible Clinician is a CARE PROFESSIONAL, with a MENTAL HEALTH RESPONSIBLE CLINICIAN PROFESSION within a particular TREATMENT FUNCTION, to act as the clinical supervisor for a Mental Health Care Spell.
There will be only one CARE PROFESSIONAL assigned to a PATIENT as the Mental Health Responsible Clinician at any one time. These assignments may change during the course of a Mental Health Care Spell, though not necessarily at the time of a Care Programme Approach Review.
The role of Mental Health Responsible Clinician was introduced in the Mental Health Act 2007 and replaces the role of the Responsible Medical Officer.
This supporting information is also known by these names:
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