Mental Health Facilities and Estates Conference: Creating a more caring environment
“There is clear evidence to show that if you get the environment right, this has benefits not only for people who use care services, but also for their families, friends and staff.” - Professor Martin Green, Care England
The NHS focuses on parity between mental and physical health, it is essential that healthcare estates adapt and innovate in order to provide a safe and compassionate environment for all patients. As the NHS moves towards a community centred model of care, specialist mental health units must adapt for a new role caring specifically for patients with the most complex mental health conditions. From basic changes to layout and signage to introducing digital innovations such as wearable tech, advanced censors and telehealth initiatives, major innovations are brining mental health estates into the 21st century. Measures must also be taken to ensure that all NHS estates, including hospitals and GP surgeries, are accessible and friendly for patients with varying types of mental health problems.
Join us for the Mental Health Facilities and Estates Conference where leading experts will explain how new innovations are changing the way we care for those with serious mental health conditions. Gain insights into Government health policy, understand how mental health estates can contribute to the aims of the Five Year Forward View and be the first to see the very latest in mental health technology.
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- Benefit from insights into the latest developments within mental health facilities and estates
- Have your questions answered by leading experts within this particular area of concern
- Connect with other high quality delegates from across the relevant sectors and discuss potential solutions to shared challenges
- Plan ahead and anticipate how changes in healthcare policy will impact on your organisation
- Discover what the most innovative and emerging designs in mental health facilities and estates are
- Increase your understanding of how your organisation can better treat individuals within your care
- Assess what the current government policy is in relation to the design, implementation and management of mental health facilities and estates
- An assessment of the design, engineering and operational management process
- Business and programme planning including: feasibility studies, option appraisals, procurement strategies and business cases
- Connect with leading companies within the mental health facilities and estates industry
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- Understand the role that the Government and the private sector have to play in encouraging the implementation of more user friendly facilities
- Discover how modifying the built environment within the health sector can improve patient safety
- Learn how the health sector will cope with growing demand from patients using an increasing number NHS mental health facilities and estates
- Assess the extent to which the NHS can cope with such demands and the solutions which can resolve current pressures
- How as a society we can reduce the rate at which individuals with significant mental health requirements have a negative experience whilst being kept in a secure environment
- Anticipate the future design and structure of mental health facilities and estates by discovering the latest in emerging technologies and designs
- Better understand the procurement process
- Performance measurement of mental health facilities and estates
- Improve your ability to deliver outstanding solutions, which breathe new life into healthcare estates.
Who should attend?
Directors of Property & Estates, Heads of Capital Projects, Finance Directors, Estate Managers, Heads of Facilities Management, Asset Managers, Energy Managers, Heads of Shared Services, Heads of Sustainability, Heads of Property Services, Architects, Heads of Development, Medical Directors, Operations Directors, Project Managers, Engineers and those that have involvement in the running and maintaining of healthcare estates, facilities, patient care and safety.