North West Mental Health Commissioning Network

September 8th 2016 Holiday Inn Haydock M6 J23

Further to the continued success of the regional Mental Health Commissioning Networks, we are delighted to announce we are holding a seventh North West event, which will run as a full day event from 10.30am - 4.30pm.

The conference will be chaired by Dr James Kingsland OBE, President, National Association of Primary Care & Chair, National Primary Care Network, on Thursday 8th September, with a focus on:

  • Recovery from Depression as a Goal
  • Call to action - the hidden costs of Schizophrenia
  • Managing ADHD in the Criminal Justice System

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, email the NHiS events team at events@nhis.com

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

AGENDA

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

10.30    Registration and coffee

11.00    Welcome and introduction: Dr James Kingsland OBE

11.10    Mental Health Care Group Learning Improvement model: Ms Katherine McGleenan - Senior Quality and Safety Manager for Mental Health, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

11.20    Strategic Clinical Network updates on Mental Health programmes, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria: Mr Maqsood Ahmad OBE – Network Manager, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria Strategic Clinical Networks

11.30    Using CQUINs to support the Greater Manchester Mental Health Programme and Devolution Priorities: Mr Sandy Bering - Strategic Lead Commissioner, Trafford CCG/Association of Greater Manchester CCGs

Session One: Recovery from Depression as a Goal

11.40    Developing Shared Care Pathways to Support a Primary Care Focus and More Effective Use of Specialist Mental Health Services: Mr Sandy Bering

11.55    Using new models of care to drive innovation in clinical practice: Dr James Kingsland

12.05    Table discussion

12.20    Feedback and panel Q&A

12.35    Networking and buffet lunch

Session Two: Call to action – the hidden costs of Schizophrenia

13.20    Introduction to afternoon: Dr James Kingsland OBE

13.25    Hidden cost of Schizophrenia: Professor Peter Haddad - Consultant in Community Psychiatry, Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust  

13.45    Physical healthcare of patients with severe mental illness: Ms Kate Dale – Physical Health Project Lead, Academic Health Science Network Yorkshire and Humber, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust (honorary)

14.05    Table discussion

14.20    Feedback and panel Q&A

14.35    Break and tea

Session Three: Managing ADHD in the Criminal Justice System

15.05    How big is the issue: Mr Phil Anderton – Director of Justice in Mind

15.25    Update- the Manchester-wide ADHD workstream: Dr Prathiba Chitsabesan - Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

15.35    Criminal Justice Liaison service: Ms Lyn Terry - Senior Nurse Practitioner, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion Team and Ms Cath Norman - Senior Mental Health Practitioner, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion Team

15.50    Mainstreaming an ADHD specialist service: Dr Peter Mason - Consultant Psychiatrist, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

16.05    Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers plus Dr Joe Johnson - Consultant Psychiatrist, 5 Boroughs NHS Foundation Trust Adult ADHD Service, Consultant Psychiatrist for HMP Risley, Lead Consultant for ECT

16.20    Summary and key learning points: Dr James Kingsland OBE

16.30    Meeting close  


"Excellent presentations, lots of increase in insight"

Feedback from North West delegate, March 2016


"Well delivered, well organised, good speakers and informative"

Feedback from North West delegate, March 2016


Event Details

Thursday September 8th 2016

Registration and refreshements from 10.30am - Meeting end 4.30pm

Holiday Inn Haydock M6 J23

Lodge Lane
Newton-le-Willows
Haydock
WA12 0JG

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