Mental Health Services Conference: Seven day integrated care
“People can, and do, recover from mental ill health. The evidence is clear that improving outcomes for people with mental health problems supports them to achieve greater wellbeing, build resilience and independence and optimise life chances, as well as reducing premature mortality.” – The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health
One in four people will experience a mental health problem in their lifetime with treatment and work absence costing the economy £105bn a year. The implementation plan for the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health sets out the major changes the NHS will need to make in order to reduce the cost of mental illness for the patient, the healthcare system and society as a whole.
The implementation plan highlights the need for earlier interventions, a patient centred model of care and closer collaboration across multiple agencies.
Join us for the Mental Health Services Conference where leading experts will discuss the latest developments in the sector. Discuss the steps needed to implement the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health, study real world examples to see how services could be improved in your area and hear from the services users about their experiences of NHS care.
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Topics covered on the day will include:
- What progress has been made towards achieving the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health?
- How have the most successful NHS trusts made significant progress towards improving services?
- What role can practitioners play in influencing mental health policy and long-term strategy?
- To what extent are mental and physical health treated with parity of esteem and how can any imbalance be addressed?
- How can a multi-agency approach to mental health deliver a more integrated health and social care system?
- How is Greater Manchester leading the way in developing a multi-agency mental health crisis care pathway?
- How can a patient centred and community based approach to mental health create a more efficient and resilient system?
- Is the NHS meeting the mental health needs of children and their parents and what improvements are needed?
- How can the NHS work more closely with young people to develop appropriate care pathways?
- What can we learn from a patient’s experience of NHS mental health services?
- How can the latest technology be used to improve care and empower patients?
- Network with delegates from across the NHS and discuss different approaches to the challenges posed by the growing mental health crisis.
- Learn from real life case studies provided by both service users and the NHS trusts working to transform mental health care.
- Hear from leading experts in mental health care and have your questions answered during a panel discussion.
- Plan ahead and anticipate how your organisation will cope with growing demand for mental health services.
- Discuss the advantages of community based integrated care and how the NHS can shift focus towards prevention.
Opening Remarks from Chair
The Rt Hon. the Lord Bradley, Non-executive Director Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, Trustee of the Centre for Mental Health, Trustee of Prison Reform Trust
Dr Prathiba Chitsabesan, Associate National Clinical Director for Mental Health at NHS England
Overview of NHS England’s Policy for Children and Young People's Mental Health
Sara Barnes, Pennine Directorate Manager and Greater Manchester CYP Crisis Care Lead
Developing a new Crisis Care Pathway for CYP across Greater Manchester
Refreshments Networking Break
Professor Dame Sue Bailey OBE DBE, Chair of the Children and Young Peoples Mental Health Coalition
Ensuring that at a local and national level, commissioning of children and young people’s mental health services is based on current data about needs and underpinned by robust policy and good practice
Marsha McAdam, member of Greater Manchester Mental Health Service User Carer Forum
A patients perspective
Roger Kadama, CEO, iSAT Health
utilising 'Integrated Smart Device Technology' (ISDT) at the 'Hub' of New Solutions Innovation:
David Downing, Group Managing Director, Pinpoint LTD
Assessing the extent to which healthcare workers feel protected In their place of work
The Rt Hon. the Lord Bradley, Non-executive Director Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, Trustee of the Centre for Mental Health, Trustee ofPrison Reform Trust
Assessing the legacy of the Bradley Report
Refreshments Networking Break
Panel Discussion and Audience Q A
Closing Remarks from Chair
The Rt Hon. the Lord Bradley, Non-executive Director Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust,Trustee of the Centre for Mental Health, Trustee of Prison Reform Trust
Close of Conference
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Who should attend?
Voluntary Sector, Health Professionals, Local Government, AMHS Practitioners, Commissioning Managers, Commissioning Leads, GPs, Academics, Community Health Leads, Children’s Health and Wellbeing Leads and Partnership Co-ordinators, Mental Health Clinical leads, Chief Executives, Business Development Managers, Service Managers and will come from Mental Health Trusts, CCGs, Community Health Teams, Universities, Local Authorities, Mental Health Charities and Housing Associations.