Hasanen Ali Al-Taiar

Hasanen Ali Al-Taiar
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust · Forensic Psychiatry

MBChB, MRCPsych, SFHEA

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
August 2016 - January 2017
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Position
  • Locum Consultant in Forensic Psychiatry

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Publications (8)
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We conducted a series of tests on the FORensic oUtcome Measure (FORUM), a novel tool for measuring outcomes in forensic mental health services, which consists of complementary patient-reported (FORUM-P) and clinician-reported instruments (FORUM-C). Inpatients and outpatients at a UK forensic psychiatric regional service completed the FORUM-P and me...
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Background Violence perpetrated by psychiatric inpatients is associated with modifiable factors. Current structured approaches to assess inpatient violence risk lack predictive validity and linkage to interventions. Methods Adult psychiatric inpatients on forensic and general wards in three psychiatric hospitals were recruited and followed up pros...
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Introduction A recent Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP) study on assessment raises serious questions for workplace assessment. To address these, a system that bridges the gap from competence to performance and integrates supervised learning events (SLEs) that are formative in purpose with summative assessment of performance by entrustable professi...
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We describe the development and pilot testing of a novel, web-based, violence risk monitoring instrument for use in community patients with psychoses. We describe the development of the tool, including drawing on systematic reviews of the field, how item content was operationalized, the development of a user interface, and its subsequent piloting....

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