Further to the continued success of the regional Mental Health Transformation and Sustainability Networks, we are delighted to announce they will carry on into 2018, with the 2nd East of England meeting taking place in July.
The network aims to support the transformation and sustainability of high quality, outcomes focused and value for money mental health services to support your local STP delivery and develop services aligned to developing Accountable Care system models.
The conference will be chaired by Dr Caroline Dollery – Chair of CCG Board and Clinical Board Member, Mid Essex CCG; Clinical Director for East of England Clinical Network for Mental Health and Dementia on Wednesday 4th July with a focus on:
- Psychosis – Making the case for integrating mental health and physical health
- Adult ADHD – how diagnosing and treating reduces demand in other parts of the system and delivers ROI
The meeting will bring together like minded people from primary, community, secondary care, and associated local authority, health, care and third sector 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 address the opportunities to deliver mental health services in a more integrated way.
The meeting will return to a half-day format beginning with a registration and a buffet lunch from 12.15, with the meeting proper starting at 13.00 and ending at 17.00.
Full agenda included below. For more information please contact the Network Events Team at email@example.com or call us on 0845 121 3686.
12.15 Registration, lunch and networking
13.00 Aims & objectives (including STP overview): Mr Paul Midgley – Director of NHS Insight, Wilmington Healthcare
13.10 Chair introduction: Dr Caroline Dollery
13.20 Update on the Peterborough & Cambridgeshire Vanguard Primary Care Mental Health service – impact one year on: Dr Emma Tiffin – Mental Health Clinical Lead, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG
Session One: Psychosis – Making the case for integrating mental health and physical health
13.40 Physical Health Care in Psychosis – how to bridge the Primary Secondary divide: Dr Prasanna de Silva – Consultant Psychiatrist and Lead for Physical Health Care, South of Tyne, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
14.00 The pharmacist’s role in physical healthcare: Ms Deborah Baidoo – Chief Pharmacist, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
14.20 Directed table discussions
14.45 Panel Q+A/table feedback: Speakers plus Mr Chris Payne – Community Services Manager, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
15.00 Break and networking
15.15 NICE Guidelines update: Ms Deborah O’Callaghan, Associate Director Midlands and East, NICE
Session Two: Adult ADHD – how diagnosing and treating reduces demand in other parts of the system and delivers ROI
15.30 Adult ADHD diagnosis and treatment – satisfying and rewarding: Dr Uju Ugochukwu – Consultant Psychiatrist, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
15.50 How can we use patient perspectives to improve services: Ms Michelle Beckett – CEO, ADHD Action and Adult ADHD Patient
16.10 Directed table discussions
16.35 Panel Q+A/table feedback: Speakers plus Mr Chris Payne
16.50 Chair’s summary and key actions
17.00 Meeting Close