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  1. 1. Book before 29th October to save up to £200!Commissioning & Delivering Holistic, Integrated & Person-Centred Mental Health Care and Services30 November – 1 December 2011 • Dexter House, London Bruce Calderwood Cynthia Bower 250+ attendees in 2010 Director of Mental Health Policy Chief Executive Care Quality Commission 65+ speakers confirmed Department of Health Richard Bradshaw 7 streams Director of Offender Health Sube Banerjee Professor of Mental Health and Ageing, Department of Health, National CPD Certified Offender Management Service Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, Head, Centre for Innovation & Evaluation in Mental Health, Clinical NEW FOR 2011! Anne Beales MBE, Director, Director, South London and Maudsley Together; National Survivor NHS Foundation Trust n The New Mental Health Strategy and User Network and Mental Health implementing the six key outcomes Network Chris Naylor n Winterbourne: What will it mean for care Senior Researcher Geoff Shepherd King’s Fund reviews and the future of learning disability IMROC Recovery Programme Lead and mental health care? Centre for Mental Health “ n Commissioning Mental Health: the latest “This Mental Health Congress has proved itself to update from GPs and commissioners “ be the most important national forum for those Rachel Thompson n GP Academy: FREE for GP’s - this Dementia Project Manager involved in commissioning and delivering mental workshop trains GP’s in diagnosing mental Royal College of Nursing health care and services” illnesses and making an informed referral Paul Jenkins, Chief Executive, Rethink n FREE Digital Content: Free access to presentations and speaker interviews OTHER CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE n International Examples: International n Dr Alan Cohen, Director of n Mike Hammond, Mental Health Family Network showcase and views from Primary Care, West London Commissioning Manager, NHS across the UK Mental Health Trust East Lancashire n QIPP Interview n Kieron Murphy, Director of n Michele Hampson, Faculty Delivery, Joint Commissioning Chair of General and n Mental Healthcare In The UK Armed Panel, Mental Health Community Psychiatry, Royal Forces n Annette Dale-Perera, Strategic College of Psychiatrists n Dementia Forum: 7+ hours of dedicated Director, Central and North n Kevin Mullins, National IAPT learning and expert insights into dementia West London NHS Foundation Programme Lead, Department and the mental health of older adults Trust of Health n Major Norman Jones, Senior n Phillipa Garety, Clinical n Innovative Therapies Lab: Drama therapy, Research Fellow, King’s Centre Director, South London and art therapy, mindfulness and ecominds for Military Health Maudsley NHS Foundation amongst others n Jan Hutchinson, Director of Trust n Professional Knowledge Workshops: IAPT, Programmes, Centre for Mental n Charles Bamford, Social PbR and GP Academy Health Services Officer, Department n Pilot Schemes & Projects: Forensics, n Dr David Smart, GP of Health, Social Services and Northampton NHS Trust Public Safety children, QIPP, care pathways, recovery n Andy Gibson, Founder and stigma Mindapples PLUS From care to commissioning, early onset dementia to improving in-patient care, this is the ultimate DEMENTIA one-day workshop covering the most pressing issues in dementia – as chosen by YOU! Hear from leading figures in dementia including Sube Banerjee, be inspired by innovative new therapies and FORUM find out how you can provide care and services for those affected by this increasingly crucial issue 2nd December Sponsors: Produced by:To register: www.mentalhealthcongress.comTel: 0845 056 8299 Email:
  2. 2. “The Congress is a unique opportunity to bring together people working “The Congress is always a terrific across mental health from primary care to specialist services and from opportunity to hear from national national policy to local practice. This year’s Congress comes at a vital leaders and experts about the time, with so much changing in and around the NHS and so many latest innovations in mental health challenges facing mental health services.” commissioning and practice” Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive Stephen Firn, Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust 100+ attendees Many thanks to the expert Advisory Board who already confirmed! have helped shape the programme, including: This year’s Mental Health Congress is the most n Hugh Griffiths, National Clinical Director for Mental Health comprehensive yet, covering the most pressing issues in mental health. With over 70 expert Department of Health speakers, the Mental Health Congress offers the n Sube Banerjee, Professor of Mental Health and Ageing opportunity to meet, learn from and be inspired Professor of Mental Health and Ageing, Institute of by experts in mental health. Psychiatry, King’s College London, Head, Centre for Focusing on policy-in-practice and tangible Innovation & Evaluation in Mental Health, Clinical Director, solutions you can implement within your team, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust this Congress will provide you with best practice examples and exciting pilot schemes to inspire n John Hague, GP, Ipswich, Suffolk Psychological Therapies you and your organisation. Lead A selection of presentations and speaker n Steve Shrubb, Director, NHS Confederation Mental Health interviews of the Congress will be available Network online after the event, free of charge to Congress delegates. n Dr Ben Thomas, Director for Mental Health and Learning Disability, Department of Health Who Should attend? n Dinesh Bhugra, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists n Mental Health n Mental health Commissioners academics n Peter Carter, Chief Executive, Royal College of Nursing n Mental Health n Service user groups n Paul Jenkins, Chief Executive, Rethink nurses n The pharmaceutical n Simon Lawton-Smith, Head of Policy, Mental Health n Clinical leads industry Foundation n Trust chief n Medical directors n Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental executives n The voluntary Health n GPs sector n Dr Ian McPherson, Chief Executive, Mental Health n Clinical n Local Authority Providers Forum psychologists leads n Claire Murdoch, Chief Executive, Central and North West n Social workers n Directors of Finance London NHS Foundation Trust n Mental health n Directors of Nursing service managers n Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, Mind n Directors of n Community mental Operations n Chris Naylor, Senior Researcher, King’s Fund health workers n Stephen Firn, Chief Executive, Oxleas NHS Foundation n The independent Trust sector SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITON OPPORTUNITIES This unique Congress gives your organisation an opportunity to network and engage with the entire community of stakeholders working within mental health. Don’t miss your chance to meet key decision makers and share information about your products, services or campaign messages. We can create a bespoke package to meet with your specific business objectives - so whether you want to speak on the programme, run a workshop, host a private lunch or exhibit, we can tailor a package to suit you. Please contact: Ceyda Djemal, Senior Sponsorship Manager, Tel: 0207 728 3742 Email A sample of organisations already registered to attend include... Department of Health Care Quality Commission Approach Staffordshire The King’s Fund Norfolk and Waveney NHS Mental Health Trust Institute of Psychiatry Mind National Survivor User Network Mindapples NHS East Lancashire King’s Centre for Military Health Research IMROC Rethink Big White Wall Institute of Psychiatry Royal College of Psychiatrists Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities Waltham Forest NHS Trust Mental Health Foundation South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Centre for Mental Health Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Royal College of Nursing South Essex Partnership Trust Tel: 0845 056 8299 Email:
  3. 3. Day 1 – 30 November 2011, Dexter House, London Day 2 – 1 December 2011, Dexter House, London 08.45 Registration and refreshments 09.00 Registration and refreshments 09.30 Welcome from the forum chair 09.30 Welcome from the forum chair 09.40 Mental Health Policy Keynote: ‘No Health without Mental 09.40 How will quality be demonstrated and clinical effectiveness Health’: Reaching the six key objectives audited to ensure it can be implemented into future models Bruce Calderwood, Director of Mental Health Policy, of care? Department of Health Dr Martin Baggeley, Medical Director, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust 10.00 Commissioning for better mental health: What does effec- tive commissioning for mental health look like? 10.00 The full QIPP for acute adult in-patient care: Quality and Keiron Murphy, Director of Delivery, Joint Commissioning productivity Panel for Mental Health Michele Hampson, Faculty Chair of General and Community Bruce Calderwood, Director of Mental Health Policy, Psychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists Department of Health Dr Alan Cohen, Director of Primary Care, West London 10.25 Collaborative Care: Practical strategies for delivering QIPP Mental Health NHS Trust through your care provider Shane Mills, Head of Mental Health Planning, Powys Teaching Paul Jenkins, Chief Executive, Rethink Health Board, Wales Charles Bamford, Social Services Officer, Department of Commissioning mental healthcare for offenders Health, Social Services and Public Safety Richard Bradshaw, Director of Offender Health, Department Patrick Geoghegan, Chief Executive, South Essex of Health Partnership Trust Lesley Brougham, Strategic Partnership Manager for Adult 10.40 Returning to person-centred care: What has Winterbourne Mental Health, Sandwell PCT & Metropolitan Borough taught us about mental health and learning disability care Council reviews? Practical strategies for delivering QIPP through your care Cynthia Bower, Chief Executive, Care Quality Commission provider Barbara McIntosh, Co-Director, Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities 11.10 Morning refreshments After the break you’ll have the opportunity to join one of the 11.00 Morning refreshments below in depth Professional Knowledge Workshops. Roll up your sleeves and join our expert speakers who will 11.20 The future of mental health nursing: From illness to health deliver tangible, take home strategies for your organisation and wellbeing Ian Hulatt, Mental Health Advisor, Royal College of Nursing Hugh Masters, Nursing Officer for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Scottish Executive Sponsor Nottinghamshire Healthcare 11.40 Integrating mental and physical healthcare: The role of men- NHS Trust has recently tal health services in improving care for long-term conditions become an integrated Chris Naylor, Senior Researcher, The King’s Fund healthcare provider. It Geraldine Strathdee, Mental Health Advisor, CQC and Oxleas provides a wide range of services from primary care through to NHS Foundation Trust high secure mental health and learning disabilities and includes substance misuse in its portfolio. Services are delivered in settings 12.10 Mental Health in the UK Armed Forces: Operational mental that range from the community, through acute wards and high health support, interventions and outcomes Professor Neil Greenberg, Defence Professor, King’s Centre secure services at Rampton Hospital. The Trust is rapidly for Military Health Research becoming a leading provider in offender healthcare. Dementia and Older Adult’s Mental Health Forum Friday 2 December 2011, London09.45 Registration and refreshments10.15 Chair’s opening remarks Quality of life and quality of care10.30 Sube Banerjee, Professor of Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, Centre for Innovation & Evaluation in Mental Health Commissioning early intervention and prevention in the community Session 1: Providing for early onset dementia11.00 Will Boyce, Chief Executive, Approach Staffordshire Session 2: BME communities and dementia David Truswell, Dementia Implementation Lead, Commissioning Support for London Alzheimer’s disease: Barriers to accurate assessment and early diagnosis - more than a need for GP training12.00 Speaker TBC12.30 Lunch INNOVATIONS SHOWCASE: Innovative therapies, treatments and care provision methods in dementia Suzanne Wightman, Practice Development Manager, Portrait of a Life Person-centred care planning, personal budgets and direct payments: Delivering a personalised care service13.30 Toby Williamson, Head of Development and Later Life, Mental Health Foundation Supporting families affected by dementia in the community setting14.00 Karen Harrison Dening, Lead Practice Development Nurse, Admiral Nurses Kaye Efstathiou, Nurse, Admiral Nurses14.30 Afternoon refreshments Enhancing the healing environment: Developing a supportive design for people with dementia15.00 Sarah Waller, Dementia Lead, The King’s Fund Promoting dignity in dementia: Transforming general hospital care15.30 Rachel Thompson, Dementia Project Manager, Royal College of Nursing16.10 Chair’s closing remarks and end of forum
  4. 4. Day 1 – 30 November 2011, Dexter House, London Lunch and opportunity to visit dynamic exhibition area13.00 Alternative Treatments Innovations Lab – From the wild and wacky to the traditional and emerging, hear about exciting new therapies and treatments for mental illnesses Innovations in mental health: Transforming mental health Early intervention, prevention Screening, monitoring and services: Commissioning and and promotion of mental illness Forensic mental health providing care to the care pathways and wellbeing highest standard Mental healthcare in a forensic setting: Improving the mental health of Commissioning for offenders and reducing the risk mental health: of re-offending Using an engagement framework Commissioning for early Family Networks International intervention: Dr Ahmad Khouja Joy Arrandale Balancing the long term benefits Clinical Director for Forensic Mental Health Commissioning Case Study Showcase against the short term costs Services14.00 Manager Australia: Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS NHS East Lancashire EPPIC in Australia Dr Lucia Valmaggia Associate Clinical Director Trust Mike Hammond Denmark: South London and Maudsley Ensuring good physical health of Mental Health Commissioning (Really) early intervention NHS Foundation Trust offenders Manager and the importance of family NHS East Lancashire involvement Dr Alan Cohen Director of Primary Care Karen Lindegaard West London Mental Health Family Therapist NHS Trust The Family Institution UK: ‘Through the gate’ from custody Melo-parenting in Luton and to release: Early Intervention in Psychosis Working with social care What learning can we transfer providers to improve Commissioining a common Tim Skinner from the successes of the early rehabilitation and discharge and mental health pathway Parenting Commissioner intervention model? provide ongoing recovery to14.30 David Smart Luton Borough Council Guy Dodgson prevent re-offending GP Clinical Director Northampton NHS Trust Matt Paterson, Head of MDO Northumberland, Tyne and Services & Consultant Nurse in Wear NHS Trust Criminal Justice, Greater Manchester West NHS Trust15.10 Afternoon Tea Insight through involvement and innovation: How to ensure organisational goals and imperatives Suicide prevention strategies New ways of imagining and complement the needs of the Ensuring offenders are in creating mental wellbeing in Suicide risk management in early the appropriate care setting communities they serve intervention the UK and facilitating treatment of15.30 Toby Knightley-Day, Director, Steve McGowan personality disorders Jenny Hyatt Fr3dom Health Founder and Chief Executive Lead for Early Intervention in Nottinghamshire Healthcare Big White Wall Ray Johannsen-Chapman, Psychosis NHS Strategic Lead for Patient & NHS Bradford and Airedale Public Involvement & Community Connections, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Prioritising physical health The sooner the better: with mental illnesses What can we learn from court Dr Fiona Gaughran diversion programmes and what Improving criteria and is the role of risk diversion in assessments for secure service Prevention and promotion Lead Consultant Psychiatrist, National Psychosis Service, offender assessments? admissions: Andy Gibson16.00 Associate Clinical Director Session 1: Reducing costs and freeing Founder up beds - Complex Care, Psychosis Implementing diversion schemes Mindapples Speaker TBC Clinical Academic Group, at the first instance and working Lead Investigator IMPACT closely with community teams Programme, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Ian Trenholm Lead for Criminal Justice Mental Health Team Norfolk and Waveney NHS Dual diagnosis and substance Mental Health Trust misuse: Dr Graham Durcan Physical health and severe Considering substance misuse Stigma and social networks: Associate Director - Criminal mental illness: when treating for mental illness – Taking the care to the user in Justice Programme A primary care perspective a paradigm for collaborative care marginalised groups16.30 Sheila Hardy Centre for Mental Health Annette Dale-Perera Simon Thompson Project Lead Session 2: Strategic Director of Principal Psychotherapist Changing Minds - PHYWELL The role of risk assessment in Offender Care Berkshire NHS Health Service project, Northamptonshire PCT offender diversion Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust Jackie Craissati, Head of Psychology for Forensic Services, Oxleas NHS17.00 End of day oneTel: 0845 056 8299 Email:
  5. 5. Day 2 – 1 December 2011, Dexter House, London IAPT Payment by Results Session 1: Mental Health GP Academy Session 1: The importance of IAPT in mental health Promoting awareness and understanding of How will currency be developed and mental health issues Kevin Mullins implemented for mental health services and National IAPT Programme Lead Session 1: what are the key challenges and benefits for Department of Health Spotting severe mental health issues commissioners and providers? Session 2: Speaker TBC Carole Green How IAPT can be applied to... Session 2: Project Director Primary Care Building trust with BME clients and making an Care Pathways and Packages Consortium11.40 Gabriel Ivbijaro, GP informed referral during the GP consultation Session 2: Waltham Forest NHS Trust, Chair WONCA Rabia Malik Payment by Cluster pilots: Redesigning and CAMHS services GP Psychiatry clustering services and the personalisation Kathryn Pugh Central and North West London NHS agenda Young Children’s IAPT Department Foundation Trust Michael Clark Department of Health Session 3: Research Programme Manager Session 3: Improving communication with your local NIHR School for Social Care Research, The Story of IAPT Contract Mobilisation mental health service London School of Economics and Political Simon Smith, Executive Director for Local Speaker TBC Science Services, Nottinghamshire NHS Trust12.30 Lunch & opportunity to visit the dynamic exhibition area - Poster Presentation Tables Recovery: Improving the recovery Productivity and QIPP Children pathway through employment and service user involvement The Implementing Recovery Organisational Change Project: A Pilot Site Case Study Redesigning acute care pathways: Jed Boardman, Consultant, Senior Lecturer in Supporting quicker discharge, reducing Where to from here?: Social Psychiatry, South London and Maudsley bed time and understanding the Creating a holistic continuum of care for NHS Trust and Health Services & Population alternatives to in-patient admissions vulnerable service users in transition13.30 Research Department, Institute of Psychiatry Dr Ijaz Rehman Susan Blishen Jane Rennison, Trust Professional Lead Acute Clinical Director Director of ‘Right Here’ Programme for Mental Health Occupational Therapy, South London and Maudsley NHS Mental Health Foundation Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Foundation Trust Therapy Services, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust Individual placement & support and Looking Locally: person-centred care: Strategies to reduce out of area treatments Employment for vulnerable people and those Putting children at the centre: with mental illness14.00 Robyn Doran Director of Operations – Repatriation Appropriate and innovative care for children Jan Hutchinson, Director of Programmes Central and North West London NHS and young adults Centre for Mental Health Trust Dr Charlie Alcock Jenny Secker, Professor of Mental Health Clinical Psychologist, Founder and CEO Anglia Ruskin University Music and Change (MAC-UK) Olive Moloney Supporting recovery in mental health: Clinical Psychologist The importance of collaboration between care Music and Change (MAC-UK) providers14.30 The QIPP Interview Geoff Shepherd IMROC Recovery Programme Lead Centre for Mental Health15.00 Afternoon Tea Recovery: Improving the recovery Productivity and QIPP Children pathway through employment and service user involvement Awareness and training of ADHD: Halting What is meant by recovery models? early mental health issues and treating it right Session 1:15.20 Rendering mental health the first time Focusing on continuity outside care settings services accessible: Speaker TBC – the importance of peer support to ensure How can we improve access for BME’s sensitive and robust support during difficult and better care delivery for hard to reach times of distress groups? Anne Beales MBE, Director Dominic Walker Multi-family groups and emotional- Together, National Survivor User Network Deputy Director for Service User behavioural treatment Involvement Session 2: Together, National Survivor User Network Brenda McHugh Recovery pathways and service user Consultant Systemic Psychotherapist involvement Kevin Jarman Central and North West London NHS15.50 Operations Leader of IAPT Programme Neil Springham, Consultant Art Therapist Foundation Trust Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Department of Health Neil Dawson Session 3: Marcel Vige Consultant Systemic Psychotherapist Policy and Campaigns Self-management: training people to control Central and North West London NHS their own care, treatment and lives Team Manager Foundation Trust Mind David Crepaz-Keay Self Management Programme (Wales) Mental Health Foundation16.20 Close of congressTel: 0845 056 8299 Email:
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