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Delivering the Five year Forward View
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Mental Health 2018
Delivering the Five year Forward View
19th of September 2018
Royal Society of Medicine, London

Mental Health 2018

08:15-09:00 Registration & Networking
09:00-10:15 1st Morning Plenary
09:00 Chair`s Opening Address
Kathy Roberts (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Association of Mental Health Providers
09:10 An update on the implementation of the 5YFVMH
Professor Tim Kendall (confirmed)
National Clinical Director for Mental Health, NHS England and NHS Improvement
09:25 National policy updates
Kathy Smethurst (confirmed)
Deputy Director for Mental Health Policy, Department of Health & Social Care
09:40 Insights and learnings on how to integrate digital into CAMHS clinical pathways
Richard Andrews (confirmed)
Founder, Chairman and CEO, Healios

With CAMHS services seeking new ways in which to transform their service provision models to meet the growing demand and changing lifestyles of children, young people and families, the question of how to successfully integrate digital into clinical pathways is becoming increasingly important. Healios, the UK’s leading online provider of mental health and neurodevelopmental services will share their learnings on how to create an entirely new experience for children and young people by collaborating with CAMHS team to enhance and optimise access and choice for when, where and how children, young people and families choose to engage with their care. 

09:55-10:15 Morning Q&A Panel Debate 1
10:15-10:55 Coffee & Networking
10:55-11:40 2nd Morning Plenary
10:55 Mental Health Workforce Plan for England
Lizzie Smith (confirmed)
Regional Mental Health Lead for London and Local Director HEE North London, Health Education England
  • High level look at the Regional Workforce Plans
11:10 The quality of mental health care in England
Alexandra Blohm (confirmed)
Policy Manager - Mental Health, Care Quality Commission
  • What the Care Quality Commission’s ratings show about the quality of healthcare in England
  • Care Quality Commission’s contribution to Five Year Forward View for Mental Health
  • Care Quality Commission’s longer-term ambitions for the mental health system
11:25 Using intelligence based decision making to deliver the prevention concordat
Cam Lugton (confirmed)
Programme Lead - National Mental Health Dementia & Neurology Intelligence Network (NMHDNIN), Public Health England
  • describe the intent of the prevention concordat in delivery of key elements of the 5YFV
  • highlight how understanding local need and using best available evidence and intelligence should drive work on prevention
  • describe the purpose and intent of Mental Health & Wellbeing JSNA Toolkit in supporting local preventive action and delivery of the FYFV
11:40-12:00 Morning Q&A Panel Debate 2
12:00-12:10 Comfort Break
12:10-12:35 Case Study 1
12:10 Sustainable Culture Change
Dr Kay Sahdev (confirmed)
Managing Director, ODRL

The link between culture and organisational performance is firmly established. Experiences of organisations that have successfully implemented transformational change interventions indicate the need to develop aligned cultures to build and sustain organisational effectiveness. Culture influences key aspects of performance such as people management activities, innovation, client focus, adaptability to change and organisational learning.

Key points:

  • Identifying current and desired culture
  • Designing a culture change framework for resilience
  • Identifying and implementing culture change actions
  • Developing the evidence base of impact of culture change on performance
12:35-13:00 Case Study 2
12:35 High performance Staff Safety Systems
Kevin Crysell (confirmed)
Account Manager , Pinpoint Limited
John Dixon (confirmed)
Executive Director , Pinpoint Limited
  • How the Pinpoint System resolved staff safety issues at specialised Mental Health Facility
  • Challenges ahead of implementation
  • Key results and improvements
13:00-14:00 Lunch in the Network Surgery
14:00-14:45 Concurrent Plenaries
14:00 Plenary 1- Naim Dangoor Auditorium - Amy’s Place: Redefining the path to recovery. Different thinking and collaborative working
Michelle Reynolds (confirmed)
Group Director of Commercial and Charitable services, Clarion Housing Group
Jane Winehouse (confirmed)
Managing Trustee, Director and Co-founder, Amy Winehouse Foundation

In 2016 Centra and The Amy Winehouse Foundation (AWF) teamed up to deliver Amy’s Place - a pioneering housing and support recovery programme for young women overcoming addiction.

Amy’s Place is not your usual next step rehabilitation service. Shaped and co-created with young women in recovery, the service delivers high quality community-based support, safe and secure accommodation and personalised tools to enable a successful move to independence.

This session with reflect on our journey so far, how our partnership has evolved and the challenges ahead. Expect to hear from residents and be challenged to think about new approaches to improving care and delivering support.  We will also reference how innovative technology can help on the pathway to recovery.

14:00 Plenary 2 - Guy Whittle Auditorium - Supported Living and the 5 Year Forward View
Brian Dow (confirmed)
Director of External Affairs and Deputy Chief Executive, Rethink Mental Illness
Mark Yates (confirmed)
Acting Director of Operations, Rethink Mental Illness
  • The role of accommodation/housing in delivering on the 5YFV and beyond
  • Why supported living?
  • Sharing provider experiences
14:45-14:55 Comfort Break
15:00-16:20 Afternoon Plenary
15:00 Chair`s Introduction to the Afternoon
Sarah Hughes (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health
15:10 Data in Mental Health
Dr Tom Foley (confirmed)
Senior Clinical lead, NHS Digital
  • The need for data in Mental Health services
  • Data available from NHS Digital
  • Future developments
15:25 Children and Young People`s mental health
Professor Dame Sue Bailey DBE (confirmed)
Chair, Children & Young Peoples Mental Health Coalition

2035 - Landing prevention‎ - "smoothing" demand 

  • A Rights based approach to my mental health 
  • My name is 
  • What matters to me 
  • Playing my part 
  • Listening to each other 
  • Making a difference 
  • Social identity 
15:40 Objectives and progress of the perinatal mental health programme
Tracey Robinson (confirmed)
Project Manager – Perinatal Mental Health, NHS England
15:55-16:15 Afternoon Q&A Panel Debate
16:15-16:20 Chairs Closing Remarks
16:20-17:00 Coffee & Networking
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