Further to the continued success of the regional Mental Health Transformation and Sustainability Networks in 2017, we are delighted to announce we are holding a 13th East Midlands event.
Focus topics will be:
- How are we moving towards commissioned, outcome based integrated ADHD services
- Uncovering depression – adapting accountable care services to tackle hard to treat service users
- Psychosis – Transforming patient outcomes and reducing the bed crisis (comparing two regions)
The aim of the network is to bring together like minded people from primary and secondary care, and associated organisations involved in the commissioning and delivery of services to care for and support patients with mental health conditions. This provides a platform for active discussion and exchange of ideas to cope with the commissioning challenges encountered in mental health in a more integrated way.
Feedback from previous meetings:
“Well organised and ran smoothly.”
“It was a positive professional experience which while always on task had the important level of informality that facilitated open discussion and networking.”
Main messages taken back to colleagues:
“The importance of well designed services for both Adult ADHD and EIP.”
“The importance of networking and developing an understanding of what is happening in other areas.”
“A better understanding of the challenges facing these issues.”
Chair: Mr Ifti Majid – Acting Chief Executive, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
10.00 Registration and refreshments
10.30 Welcome: Mr Paul Midgley – Director of NHS Insight, Wilmington Healthcare
10.35 Introduction and context: Mr Ifti Majid
10.50 NHS England – update on community mental health services work programme: Ms Sarah Holloway – Senior Programme Manager: Mental Health Clinical Policy & Strategy Team, NHS England
Session One: How we are moving towards commissioned, outcome based integrated ADHD services
11.20 Adult ADHD – special interest clinic experiences: Dr Mithilesh Jha – Associate Clinical Director, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
11.40 Integrating transition with CAMHS and scaling up to cope with demand – the Northamptonshire approach: Dr Pradeep Dhall – Speciality Doctor, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
12.00 Table Discussion: How do we move towards a comprehensive, commissioned, outcome based integrated ADHD service for adults in our STP area?
12.15 Feedback and Panel Q&A: Speakers plus Dr Sohrab Panday – Clinical Lead Mental Health Commissioning, Hardwick CCG
12.30 Networking and buffet lunch
13.15 Better Mental Health for All: Councillor Edward Davie – Chair, Lambeth Council Overview and Scrutiny Committee; Communities Lead, Mental Health Foundation
Session Two: Psychosis – Transforming patient outcomes and reducing the bed crisis
13.35 Implementing EIP in Northamptonshire: Ms Sue Jugon – Operations Manager, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Marlene Kelbrick – Consultant Psychiatrist, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
13.55 Management of psychosis in the community: Dr Fabida Noushad – Consultant Psychiatrist, Assertive Outreach Team, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
14.15 Table Discussion: What progress are we making to transform patient outcomes and reducing the acute admissions for patients with psychosis?
14.30 Feedback and Panel Q&A: Speakers plus Dr Sohrab Panday; Dr Debasis Das – Consultant Psychiatrist, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Quality Lead, School of Psychiatry, Health Education England East Midlands and Clinical Lead, Early Intervention Psychosis, East Midlands Clinical Network
14.45 Break and tea
Session Three: Uncovering depression – adapting accountable care services to tackle hard to treat service users
15.00 Using technology to meet NHS needs in mood disorder, self-harm and anxiety in young people and adults: Professor Richard Morriss – Professor of Psychiatry and Community Mental Health, University of Nottingham, and Honorary Consultant, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
15.20 Designing services with the patient in mind: Mr Mat Rawsthorne – Service User Consultant (Mood Disorders), University of Nottingham
15.40 Table Discussion: What are we doing locally to proactively uncover depression and tackle stigma?
15.55 Feedback and Panel Q&A: Speakers plus Dr Sohrab Panday
16.05 Summary and key learning points: Mr Ifti Majid
16.15 Meeting close
The regional Transformation and Sustainability Network meetings are initiated and organised by Wilmington Healthcare. The Mental Health events are supported by Lundbeck, Otsuka and Shire through the provision of financial sponsorship only. Delegates may include members of these companies and other companies who have paid to attend. All attendees from the companies above have had no input into the design or content of the agenda.
For further information contact the Wilmington Healthcare Events Team on 0845 121 3686 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may have noticed we’ve changed our network name. For more information please read our announcement.