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DrugScope Conference 2011

Caring for the pregnant drug user

Faye Macrory MBE


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Manchester Specialist Midwifery Service

Consultant Midwife

4 Specialist Midwives

Personal Assistant

drug/alcohol use

mental health/illness

domestic violence/abuse

prostitution/sex work

criminal justice system

safeguarding/child protection


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drivers for change:

  • Every Child Matters (DFES 2003, 2004)

  • Hidden Harm (ACMD 2003, 2006)

  • Think Family: improving the life chances of families at risk (2008)

  • Drugs: protecting families & communities. Action plan (2008-2011)


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  • Ten Pitfalls and how to avoid them

    (NSPCC 2010)

  • Safeguarding in the 21st Century - where to now? (2010)

  • The Munro Review of Child Protection: A Systems Analysis & Interim Report: the child’s journey (2011)


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  • Working together: (2010)

  • Early Intervention: the next steps (Allen 2011)

  • Saving Mothers’ Lives (CMACE 2011)

  • NICE SCiP Guideline (110)


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references

  • Why love matters: how affection shapes a baby’s brain (Gerhardt, S. 2004)

  • Ghosts from the Nursery: tracing the roots of violence (Karr-Morse, R. & Wiley, M.S. 1997)

  • Meeting Multiple Needs: Pregnancy, Parenting and Dual Diagnosis (Macrory, F).In Rasool G.H. (ed) Nursing Care of the Dual Diagnosis Patient (2006


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aims and objectives:

  • provide appropriate, accessible and family-focused services to improve health gain

  • embrace all aspects of a vulnerable and socially excluded lifestyle

  • to raise awareness of the impact of parental substance misuse on children and young people


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commonly used drugs in the UK include:

  • alcohol and…………

  • cannabis (hash & marijuana)

  • benzodiazepines (e.g. diazepam, temazepam)

  • opioids (heroin, methadone, dihydrocodeine, buprenorphine)

  • hallucinogens (LSD, acid, magic mushrooms)

  • stimulants (amphetamine, cocaine, ecstasy, mephedrone & other ‘legal highs’)

  • cyclizine, ketamine,‘GHB’, amyl-nitrate, anabolic steroids, anti-depressants, anti-psychotics

  • volatile substances (gas, glue, aerosols)

  • OTC drugs – codeine /DFII8


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‘……….a proper understanding of our own beliefs and values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’

Mulleady

(1992)


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the challenges ahead: values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’

  • addiction & recovery

  • relationships & dependency

  • death & dying

  • love & loss

  • mental health


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  • recognizing the problems values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’

  • barriers and obstacles to engagement

  • hostile and uncooperative families

  • disguised compliance


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  • setting realistic goals values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’

  • initiating/sustaining change

  • risk reduction/harm minimization

  • confidentiality vs sharing information


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  • following the pathways values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’

  • who to refer to ? how to ?

  • escalating concerns

  • accountability


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  • e values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’thical dilemmas

  • coping with stress and burn-out

  • personal/professional boundaries

  • supervision/support & taking care of yourself


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parenting assessments: values is important, as our attitudes influence the work we do………..’

When does an adult’s

  • drug and/or alcohol use

  • mental health/illness

  • domestic violence/ and abuse

    ………….pose a conflict of interest within a family?


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what about the parent/carer’s: circumstances?

  • ability to provide a stable and nurturing environment?

  • sense of responsibility?

  • extended family and wider context ?

  • financial/housing status?


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what about the child’s: circumstances?

  • understanding of the substance misuse?

  • exposure to traumatic incidents?

  • fears, fantasies & level of confusion?


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challenges for professionals: circumstances?

  • how can these risks be assessed? How can they be managed?

  • who decides when these risks become acceptable? or unacceptable?

  • what services need to be available to meet the needs of both adults and children in these circumstances?


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  • how do those working in these circumstances need to be trained and supported?

  • what can be done to bridge the gulf between professionals trying to meet the needs of children & parents?

  • how can the different agencies involved ensure consistent practice & good communication between each other?


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see the adult…… trained and supported?

……and see the child


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How is it possible to convince a child trained and supported?

of his own worth, after removing him

from a home which is said to be

unworthy, but with whom he

identifies?

Maya Angelou


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OPPORTUNITYISNOWHERE trained and supported?


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Contact details: trained and supported?

Manchester Specialist Midwifery Service

Zion Community Resource Centre

339 Stretford Road

Manchester

M15 4ZY

Telephone: 0161 226 6669

Fax: 0161 226 7126

Email: [email protected]


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