Mental Health: Forward Thinking – The Implementation Plan Programme
The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Telephone: (0161) 376 9007 Email: [email protected] Book now Overview
|08:30||Registration and Coffee in the Networking Area|
|09:25||Chair’s Opening Address|
Isabella Goldie, Director of Development & Delivery, Mental Health Foundation (confirmed)
|09:30||Maqsood Ahmad OBE, NHS England; Strategic Manager and Director for CCG Mental Health Leadership Programme; member of GM Police and Crime Panel (confirmed)|
“Greater Manchester Devolution: Supporting people with mental health”
The presentation will focus on introduction to the devolution and mental health strategy and work priorities including patient, carers and community engagement.
|09:50||John Short, Chief Executive, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (BSMHFT) (confirmed)|
“Improving secure care pathways and services: Towards partnership and accountable care arrangements”
In order to address fragmented pathways in secure care new commissioning and service models will look to increase access to high-quality care that supports recovery for people who have severe mental health problems – REACH OUT is the West Midlands partnership response to meeting this new challenge.
|10:10||Jason Bromley, Project Manager IAPT Plus, Tameside Oldham & Glossop Mind (confirmed); Hazel Flynn, Head of Local Services Strategy and Development, Mind (confirmed)|
“New Models of Care: Oldham IAPT Plus Model – Innovation, Active Monitoring and Early Intervention”
Exploring Minds community mental health programmes and services, what they have and how it works.
|10:30||Question and Answer Session|
|10:50||Coffee in the Networking Area|
|11:40||Jacqui Dyer, Vice-Chair of the Mental Health Taskforce for England (confirmed)|
“Co-production: How to implement a new model for care and service design”
How can organisations ensure that the voices of people with lived experience are included in decision-making, from commissioning to co-design and co-delivery? Co-production with people with lived experience of services, their families and carers is a key principle for local areas to follow when developing their own plans.
|12:00||Dr Jacqueline Cornish OBE, National Clinical Director Children, Young People and Transition to Adulthood, Medical Directorate, NHS England (confirmed)|
“NHS England – Children and Young People’s Programmes in Mental Health”
Describing what is contained in the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health for Children, incorporating the recommendations from Future in Mind, and confirming NHS England’s commitment to delivering that transformation working with system partners.
|12:25||Stephen Freer, UK Clinical Lead, Ieso Digital Health (confirmed)|
“New Models of Care: Case Study Ieso Digital Health”
NHS England have begun plans to roll out a program for digitally-enabled healthcare to help improve productivity and widen patient choice over the type of treatment they receive. Ieso Digital Health are commissioned to deliver Online Talking Therapy on behalf of the NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Services in many areas across the UK. This sessions will explore the use of technology to facilitate widespread access to effective, evidence-based mental health therapy, with improved clinical outcomes.
|12:45||Question and Answer Session|
|13:00||Lunch in the Networking Area|
|14:00||Chair’s Afternoon Address|
|14:05||Lynn King, Trust Wide Strategic Recovery & Allied Health Professions Lead, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed); Iris Benson MBE, HSJ Patient Leader, ImROC Consultant, Expert by Experience (confirmed)|
“Peer support in practice: Delivering person-centred care”
Discussing the benefits of peer support in helping to identify needs, reduce the likelihood of escalation and distress and support recovery.
|14:25||Rachael Byrne, Executive Director, New Models of Care, Home Group (confirmed); Helen Lynch, Mental Health Service Manager, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)|
“New Models of Care”
This session will explore how health and housing can collaborate to achieve positive outcomes for patients and relieve pressures in the NHS. Accelerated discharge and the provision of supported accommodation to enhance recovery will illustrate how new models of care can work in practice.
|14:45||Richard Andrews, Founder and Chairman, Healios Ltd (confirmed);|
“Creating a unique and integrated digital experience for children, young people and their families”
Healios is reimagining the way children and young people access and receive assessment and evidence-based psychological therapies by including the whole family to achieve the best possible outcomes. Coupling family centricity with tailored technologies, Healios delivers a completely new interactive experience to increase engagement with assessment and therapy – one that marks a clear change in each child and young person’s treatment journey.
|15:05||Claire Murdoch, National Mental Health Director, NHS England (confirmed)|
“The roadmap for change: Implementing the Five Year Forward View”
‘Implementing the Five Year Forward View’ sets out how services will help reach a million more people a year by 2020/21. The plan commits to improving access to high-quality care, delivering more integrated services and earlier interventions in a short timescale. So how do we make the plans a reality?
|15:25||Question and Answer Session|
|15:40||Coffee in the networking area|
|15:50||Andy Burnham, Member of Parliament for Leigh (confirmed)|
“Improving mental health for all”
|16:00||Phyl Edmonds, Grief Recovery Specialist, Grief Recovery UK (confirmed)|
“Life or Death? You Choose”
Is it possible to fully recover from unimaginable grief, guilt and torment? Hear how one woman’s inspirational journey of recovery from the pits of suicidal despair, is helping to shape early intervention strategies, build community resilience and improve access to treatment via co-production in Telford & Wrekin. Following a series of significant losses, including the death of her husband by suicide, Phyl Edmonds faced a stark choice – live or die. She chose the hardest route and this is her story.
|16:20||Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health (confirmed); Grainne Eloi, Interim Head of Service, Bradford District NHS Care Foundation Trust; Dr Sarfaraz Shora, Consultant Psychiatrist for Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, Bradford District NHS Care Foundation Trust (confirmed)|
“Whole Systems Approach”
Over the next two years £72m has been allocated to better integrate physical and mental health care with the ambition to directly train new staff and deliver new ‘early implementer’ integrated services. New services will be integrated with physical healthcare so that care can be built holistically around the needs of the person and support them to achieve wellbeing.
|16:45||Question and Answer Session|
|16:55||Chair’s Closing Remarks and Event Close|
Who will attend
Job titles include:
Acute and Community Mental Health Services
Allied Health Professionals
Business / Service Development Managers
Chief Executives and Assistant Chief Executives
Clinical Commissioning Group Members
Chairs of NHS Trust Board
Clinical Commissioning Groups
Directors / Heads of Nursing
Directors / Heads of Public Health
Directors / Heads of Adult Social Services
Directors / Heads of Children’s Social Services
Directors / Heads of Finance
Directors / Heads of Housing
Directors / Heads of HR
Equality and Diversity / Inclusion Managers
General Practitioners and Practice Managers
Heads of Commissioning
Heads of Service
Heads of Strategy
Heads of Supported Employment
Health and Wellbeing Boards and Managers
Medical Directors / Officers