North West Mental Health Transformation and Sustainability Network

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Many thanks for your interest in attending the North West Mental Health Transformation and Sustainability Network meeting. Bookings are now only available by emailing the Networks Team at networkevents@wilmingtonhealthcare.com where you application will be assessed. If you would like any information on future North West Mental Health Commissioning Network meetings, please do not hesitate to contact the team on 0845 121 3686 or email us at networks@wilmingtonhealthcare.com Kind regards, Wilmington Healthcare Events Team (Nottingham)

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Holiday Inn Haydock M6 J23

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With an increasing focus on STPs as the future for innovation and change, the name of the networks will be changing to reflect this. With effect from September 2017, all networks will now be known as Regional Mental Health Transformation and Sustainability Networks.

We are delighted to announce we are holding a tenth North West event.

The conference will be chaired by Dr James Kingsland OBE - President, National Association of Primary Care; Chair, National Primary Care Network on Wednesday 6th September 2017 with a focus on:

  • How are we moving towards commissioned, outcome based integrated ADHD services

  • Uncovering depression - adapting accountable care services to tackle hard to treat service users

  • Creating strategic and integrated care pathways for the treatment of psychosis

AGENDA

Chair: Dr James Kingsland OBE - President, National Association of Primary Care; Chair, National Primary Care Network

10.00 Registration and refreshments

10.30 Welcome: Mr Paul Midgley - Director of NHS Insight, Wilmington Healthcare

10.35 Introduction and context: Dr James Kingsland

10.50 NHS England Update: TBC

Session One: How we are moving towards commissioned, outcome based integrated ADHD services

11.20 Shared Care in the Wirral: Dr James Kingsland

11.40 What experience says about the challenges facing commissioners: Mr Phil Anderton- Service Development Manager, Shire; Management consultant and expert on ADHD processes

12.00 Table Discussion - What are the service and outcomes gaps for adult patients with ADHD in our locality and what are the opportunities for transformation and sustainability?

12.15 Feedback and Panel Q&A

12.30 Networking and buffet lunch

Session Two: Uncovering depression – adapting accountable care services to tackle hard to treat service users

13.15 Increasing knowledge of IAPT in vulnerable communities to improve recovery – the Greater Manchester approach: Mr Maqsood Ahmad – Network Manager – Mental Health, Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire SCN

13.35 The importance of achieving functional recovery in depression – the need for collaboration between primary care and specialist services: Dr Parveen Sharma – Consultant Psychiatrist, North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

13.55 Table Discussion - What are the service and outcomes gaps for patients with depression in our locality and what are the opportunities for transformation and sustainability?

14.10 Feedback and Panel Q&A

14.25 Break and tea

Session Three: Creating strategic and integrated care pathways for the treatment of psychosis

14.40 The importance of integrating new technologies into psychosis treatment pathways: Professor Shôn Lewis – Professor of Adult Psychiatry, University of Manchester; Honorary Consultant in Psychiatry, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust and Academic Lead, Mental Health Domain, Manchester Academic HS Centre

15.00 What is the evidence for improving adherence to reduce psychotic crises and the opportunities to share effective care in the new STP world: Dr John Stevens – Consultant Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

15.20 Table Discussion - What are the service and outcomes gaps for patients with psychosis in our locality and what are the opportunities for transformation and sustainability?

15.35 Feedback and Panel Q&A plus TBC

15.50 Summary and key learning points: Dr James Kingsland

16.00 Meeting close

The aims, objectives and structure of the series will remain the same; 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. The new focus on STPs will also allow for the introduction of a regional seating plan to further aid local discussion and outputs.

Feedback from previous meetings:

"One of the unique selling points of this conference is the wonderful opportunity to network and share ideas of best practice."

"Excellent and professional delivery of all presentations."

"Found all sessions thought provoking."

Main messages taken back to colleagues:

"Thinking outside of the box to overcome barriers and improve services. The importance of networking and working in partnerships."

"Value to be gained from innovation and partnership and prevention."

"That innovation is out there and collaboration is the way forward."

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FAQs

How much does this event cost?

Places are complimentary to NHS and public sector organisations eg: CCGs, Trusts, LMCs, councils and services commissioned by councils. Charities and other not-for-profit organisations are subject to availability (please contact the Networks Events Team for further information).

If you are a private provider or an individual with a general interest in this area, please contact the Events Team directly at networkevents@wilmingtonhealthcare.com. All direct bookings attempted via Eventbrite will be cancelled.

Upon receipt of your booking form we may require request further clarification of your work to ensure that this event is relevant to your role.

Which regions does this network cover?

The following areas are invited to this network: Greater Manchester and Manchester, Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria.

What are my parking options at the venue?

Parking is available on a first come, first served basis. Remember to register your vehicle's details on the screens available at the reception desk and outside of the main meeting room to avoid parking charges.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

If you have any queries, please contact us at networkevents@wilmingtonhealthcare.com or call 0845 121 3686.

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Lodge Lane

Newton-le-Willows

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