Our first software tool bespoke to psychiatry. With Thalamos Assess you can complete, store and share the most used Mental Health Act Assessment Forms. You can save a record of assessments where a form wasn’t completed, keep a note of your independent work and keep a digital version of your paper notes.
Thalamos Assess is Encrypted, Secure and Auditable giving you peace of mind and more time with service users.
Complete Mental Health Act assessment forms across any device, save a copy for your records and securely share them with the relevant second doctor, AMHP or Mental Health Act Office helping to save time and reduce errors.
Concerned about keeping track of who you’ve seen in your independent work? Keep a secure record of assessments where a form wasn’t completed.
All paper notes should be kept securely. Although a filing cabinet at home isn’t always practical. You can keep a record of your paper notes, or forms not yet supported on Thalamos Assess.
Our software was developed through personal experience, focus group research and consultation with our clinical steering group. Our objective is to support the thousands of UK psychiatrists who work outside of a clinical setting.
Debbie AMHP Advisor
Panos is an Acting Consultant in General Psychiatry for Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust and a Medical Education Fellow at HEE Wessex. He strongly believes that technology must serve the needs of clinicians in order for them to provide the best care for their patients. Panos is keen to help contribute to the creation of a technological solution which is easy to use, reliable and moulded to the real-world needs of psychiatrists.
Dr Debbie Martin is Director of the Bournemouth University, South West England Approved Mental Health Professional’s/BIA course, and an independent trainer. Debbie provides training for many local authorities and trusts, and for s12 approved doctors and Approved Clinicians in the South West, Midlands and Wales. Debbie is co-author with Paul Barber and Rob Brown of Mental Health Law in England and Wales, 3rd Ed (2017), and The Mental Capacity Act 2015, A Guide for Practice, 3rd Ed (2015), published by Sage/Learning Matters.
Debbie is a registered social worker and has previously worked as an Approved Social Worker (now the AMHP role) and has managed services for those with mental disorder. She supports Thalamos with advice on best practice as well as guidance on the legislative evolution of its application.
Iain is a CT3 Specialist Trainee Registrar in Psychiatry working in North and East London and is currently part of the Newham crisis team. Iain has experienced first-hand the complexities and digital challenges associated with front-line mental healthcare and this led to his involvement with Thalamos. From issues with the existing paper-based process through to the lack of effective communication channels and the complexities of London’s trust boundaries, Iain has a deep understanding of the situation on the ground.