The agenda will focus on how mental health care for children and young people will be revolutionised by improving access to high quality care, promoting early interventions and driving greater collaborations across the care system and wider public sector.
As we move through 2017, this event is the ideal platform to discuss some of the very latest measures such as the development of Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), Integration Plans and the use of the Better Care Fund plus the further adoption of the vanguard new models of care.
“I’m proud of the staff who didn’t give up on me even when I gave up on myself.” Iris Benson MBE shared her experience as a service user with delegates at Mental Health: Moving Forwards – The Implementation Plan and explained how those strengths and skills of lived experience was helping to improve recovery. Mersey
I am yet again delighted to be invited to chair this conference focused on Manchester’s mental health. Last year we saw the launch of the report of the Mental Health Taskforce, ‘the 5 Year Forward View for Mental Health’ and this year as we enter the implementation phase of the government’s recommendations on the Taskforce
DigiHealth UK: Enhancing the patient's journey will promote the best practices in digital healthcare innovation along the patient journey as well as the very latest opportunities on the horizon in the health and social care sector.
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At Good Things Foundation we believe that digital can transform lives – and we’ve helped more than 2 million people gain new digital skills since 2010. We also believe it has the potential to transform the NHS – driving up the quality of care, delivering patient choice, and ultimately improving health outcomes. The key is
A year ago, 150 leaders from across health and social care, research, government and industry came together to launch DigitalHealth.London; a virtual institute that builds on London’s world-class expertise in digital technology and healthcare. Driven by the desire to see London become the global capital of digital health, it aims to help more people gain