North East, Yorkshire & Humber Mental Health Commissioning Network

June 14th 2016 Novotel York Centre

Further to the continued success of the regional Mental Health Commissioning Networks, we are delighted to announce we are holding a fifth North East, Yorkshire & Humber event.

The conference will be chaired by Mr Simon Large, Chief Executive, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust on Tuesday 14th June, with a focus on:

  • Adult ADHD & Co-Morbidity with other adult Mental Health Conditions
  • Managing Patients in the Most Appropriate Setting - Innovative Pathways in Primary and Secondary Care

The aim of the networks is 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.

For more information, contact the NHiS Events Team events@nhis.com


"Excellent to have opportunity to take time out from day job, reflect and talk to colleagues and other MH professionals from other localities, share ideas and practices"

Feedback from delegate at Yorkshire and Humber event, December 2015


"The meeting gets better each time. Fabulous opportunity to network, share intelligence and innovation"

Feedback from delegate at Yorkshire and Humber event, December 2015


AGENDA

Chair – Mr Simon Large, Chief Executive, Bradford District Care Trust


12.45 Registration and buffet lunch

13.30 Welcome & Introduction: Mr Simon Large

13.40 Yorkshire & Humber AHSN update: Dr Dawn Lawson, Chief Operating Officer

13.50 Yorkshire and the Humber Clinical Networks update: Ms Rebecca Campbell, Quality Improvement Manager, Mental Health

Session One: Adult ADHD & Co-Morbidity with other adult Mental Health Conditions

Local management/services for adult ADHD:

14.00 QbTest pilot - Wakefield CCG: Professor Marios Adamou, Consultant Psychiatrist, Medical Manager, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust; Regional Advisor, The Royal College of Pyschiatrists; Clinical Advisor, CQC; Panel Member, NICE; Panel Member, Monitor & Ms Annette Taylor, Head of Contracting South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

14.20 Developing an Adult ADHD Service: Dr Paul McArdle, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Trust & Dr Guy Pilkington, GP Senior Partner and CCG Chair, Newcastle Gateshead CCG

14.40 Table Discussion – What do you need to do in your area to improve your local adult ADHD service?

15.00 Panel discussion + Q&A: Session Speakers plus Mr Andrew Jay, Mental Health Nurse Specialist, Adult ADHD Service, Adult Neurodevelopmental Service, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust & Dr Helen Crimlisk, Consultant Psychiatrist, Director of Undergraduate Psychiatry, SHSC, & Psychiatry Module Lead, Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield

15.15 Break & Networking

Session Two: Managing Patients in the Most Appropriate Setting - Innovative Pathways in Primary and Secondary Care

15.45 Local perspective - Benefits of the Regional Affective Disorders Service (RADS): Dr Hamish McAllister-Williams, Reader in Clinical Psychopharmacology, Newcastle University and Hon. Consultant Psychiatrist, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust

16.00 Local perspective - Primary Care: “Managing Depression in Primary Care” Dr Mike Scott, Senior Partner, Newburn Surgery, Newcastle & Clinical Advisor to the Newcastle Hospitals. SI commissioning

16.15 Table Discussion – How can we manage patients with depression and schizophrenia in the most appropriate setting?

16.35 Panel Discussion + Q&A: Session Speakers plus Mr Chris Payne, Mental Health Nurse Consultant

16.55 Summary & key learning points: Mr Simon Large & Mr Paul Midgley, NHiS

17.00 Evaluation & Depart

This meeting has been sponsored and supported financially by Lundbeck Otsuka Alliance & Shire Ltd

Event Details

Tuesday June 14th 2016

12.45pm registration and buffet lunch. Event finishes at 5pm

Novotel York Centre

Fishergate
York
YO10 4FD

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