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A one day conference on the health of people with learning disabilites by the Avon Learning Disabilites Education and Research Network in conjuction with Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust and supported by Bristol University.

Clinical … Academic … National policy … Service delivery

A day of lectures, workshops, and panel discussion


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Mental Health in Learning Disabilties: Reflections on NICE Guidelines

Prof Sally-Ann Cooper, Professor of Learning Disabilities & Deputy Director - Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow

Challenges of Implementing STOMP LD in Primary Care

Dr Matthew Hoghton, Medical Director, Clinical Innovation and Research Centre, Royal College of General Practitioners & General Practitioner in North Somerset

Is Autism a Valid Diagnosis?

Dr Peter Carpenter, Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust


Application of Graph Theory and Machine Learning Techniques in Identifying Early Markers of Developmental Disorders from EEG

Prof Koushik Maharatna, Chair in Signal Processing Systems Design, Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton

Mental Health in Autism

Dr Dheeraj Rai, Consultant Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry, Centre for Academic Mental Health, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol & Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

Learning Disabilities Programme in NHS England

Dr Jean O’Hara, The National Clinical Director, NHS England, Clinical Director and Consultant Psychiatrist -Behavioural and Developmental Psychiatry Clinical Academic Group, King's Health Partners AHSC & South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust


Reason, Passion and Real Life: In patient & Community Services for People with Learning Disability & Mental Health Problems

Dr Regi T Alexander, Consultant Psychiatrist, Partnerships in Care, LD Service, Norfolk; Research Lead Consultant for Adults with Developmental Disorders, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust & Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester


Transforming Care - A Local Perspective

Mr Richard Lyle, Senior Responsible Officer, Bristol, BaNES, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire, Transforming Care Partnership

Engagement and Co-production in Transforming Care

Dr Roger Banks, National Senior Psychiatric Lead, NHS England Transforming Care, Learning Disabilities Programme


Panel Discussion

Status of Assessment &Treatment Units for People with Learning Disabilities in 2017

Dr Roger Banks, Dr Regi T Alexander, Dr Matthew Hoghton


Workshops

Creative Therapy in Emotional Distress

Ms Mairi Benton, Art Therapist, Bristol South CLDT, Bristol Community Health; Ms Jackie Edwards, Dance Movement Psychotherapist, In-Patient Arts Psychotherapy Services, Bristol, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust and Mr John Cheer, Music Therapist, Bristol South CLDT, Bristol Community Health.


Adult ADHD – A Phenomenological Approach

Dr Dietmar Hank, Consultant Psychiatrist, Clinical Lead for the Adult ADHD service, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust, Regional Lead UKAAN South-West


End of Life Care and Learning Disability

Mr Simon Parrett (Education Facilitator) and Dr Simon Brooks (Associate Specialist in Palliative Medicine), Dorothy House Hospice Care, Wiltshire



We welcome contributions of poster presentations around research or other issues affecting the health of people with learning disabilities. To discuss further please email aparnawighe@nhs.net



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