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Head of Clinical services for Livewell SW in Harbour Drug and Alcohol services
Plymouth Devon and MHTR Clinical Lead
Hazel currently managers a range of staff delivering clinical interventions within a Charity Harbour drug and alcohol services ( Plymouth Devon) which delivers services to clients who live complex lives.
The main aspects of her portfolio is clinical leadership and oversight of Prescribing interventions, detoxification interventions in the complex lives system and she manages the Complex and multiple needs team which delivers services to clients with complexities around substance misuse, mental health, physical health comorbidities/ criminal justice and housing.
Hazel is a registered mental health nurse, counsellor and therapist within the field of addiction and has qualifications in coaching/ mentorship/ leadership and a master’s in Education.
Hazel is a non-medical prescriber and still has clinical commitments as well as more strategic responsibilities managerially.
As well as an interest in Art therapy and other therapeutic approaches within the field of addiction she has been championing support for people with multiple disadvantage and specifically end of life care within the field and obtained Queens Nurse status for this in 2018. Hazel has been an IBA trainer for over 7 years.
Hazel has worked in the addiction field for over 28 years and has a specific interest in Dual diagnosis working exclusively for a year in Auckland New Zealand in a specialist dual diagnosis service 2003-4, taking a paper to conference on models of addiction and comorbidity.
Hazel has co published practice documents whilst working in Cornwall around Non-medical prescribing in the field of substance misuse and recently advised on a public health document around the role of nurses in substance misuse services and is cited as a contributor.
She has authored chapter 11 in contribution towards the book “Non-medical Prescribing in the United Kingdom” by the editor Dr. Penelope Mary Franklin published by Springer. In 2017.
Hazel is passionate about improving access to the right health and social care services for people that’s live complex lives and has been the clinical lead on PLYMOUTH MHTR since Dec 2017, and is passionate about providing excellence in an area where complexity is the expectation not exception.
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