We would like to invite you to join us in celebrating UFM’s 20th anniversary!
The User Focused Monitoring team at The Advocacy Project has evaluated a large number of mental health services across Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea and sought thousands of people’s views and opinions over the past 20 years. It is time to celebrate the hard work of our members and reflect on our journey so far. We would not have been able to do the work without so many people’s commitment to our aims and we want to thank you for your ongoing support.
From 4:30pm our speakers will kick off the event. They include Prof Diana Rose (who founded the national UFM project, set up through the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health), Janice Woodruff (Senior Commissioning Manager (Mental Health) NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group), Karen Doherty (previous Manager of the User Focused Monitoring team at The Advocacy Project), and Robin Hanau (longest standing member of the UFM team).
We will also have a poetry reading by Peter Campbell, and music and food brought to you by SMART.
Please let us know if you can make it. We looking forward to celebrating with you!
About UFM: User Focused Monitoring (UFM) is a method of service evaluation that puts service users at the heart of the process. The UFM programme in Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster was the first of its kind. UFM started from the premise that if the evaluation of services is to genuinely reflect the views of the people who use them, then users should lead the process at every stage.