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Speakers: 

 

Alison Jeffery

Director of Children’s Services, Portsmouth City Council

Topic: “Future in Mind and the Mental Health Strategy in Education and Safeguarding in Portsmouth” 


Dr David Harper

Reader in Clinical Psychology, University of East London 

Topic: “Rethinking Approaches to Mental Health Stigma”

 

Panel Sessions:

 

Contributions from: National Charities, Wessex Academic Health Science Network and Academics

 

Programme:

Time

Details

Room

10:30-11:00 

Registration
(Refreshments will be available) & Coffee/Tea

SG 0.20 

11:00-11:15 

Welcome by Dr Wendy Sims-Schouten
Senior Lecturer, School of Education and Childhood Studies – Coordinator of the MICE Hub

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11:15-11:45 

Keynote: Alison Jeffery (Director Children’s Services, Portsmouth City Council). Topic: “Mental health as everyone's business: emotional well-being in education, safeguarding and city wide children's services"  

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12.00-12.45

Panel Session; Topic: Mental Health, Wellbeing & Families: - Sarah Darton, Programme Director ‘Family Links’; Emma Maynard, Senior Lecturer, School of Education and Childhood Studies; Michael Lilley, Richmond Fellowship; Melanie Goddard/Carole Damper, EC Roberts Centre.

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12.45-13.30

Lunch and Networking

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13:30-14.15 

Keynote: David Harper (Reader in Clinical Psychology, University of East London.) Topic: Rethinking Approaches to Mental Health Stigma”

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14.30-15.00

Panel Session;Topic: Mental Health and Wellbeing in (Higher) Education - Clare Wilson, Reader in Applied Psychology, UoP; Denise Meyer, Interim Head of Wellbeing, UoP and Alison Griffiths, Programme Manager, Wessex Academic Health Science Network.

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When & Where


St George's Building
Room SG 0.22
141 High Street
PO1 2HY Portsmouth
United Kingdom

Monday, 8 May 2017 from 10:30 to 15:00 (BST)


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Organiser

The MICE (Mental Health in Childhood and Education) Hub in collaboration with the School of Education and Childhood Studies at the University of Portsmouth

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