Care and Treatment Reviews – Who Does What

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Who does What?

The chairperson (commissioner) is responsible for the package of care, making sure it meets the assessed needs of the patient through care and treatment. The chairperson works with others to identify local arrangements to support the individual to remain in, or move back to, their local community as soon as possible with appropriate support.

The two independent experts use their clinical and lived experience to make sure that the voice of the patient is heard. They ensure all of the four main questions and KLOE are covered at the meeting, providing challenge along the way if necessary.

Depending on the needs of the individual, a combination of the people listed in the table below may attend the CTR in person or remotely by teleconference.

Who does what in a Care and Treatment Review

(1) if the patient is 16 or older consent is required

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