North West Mental Health Commissioning Network

February 9th 2017 Holiday Inn Haydock M6 J23

Further to the continued success of the regional Mental Health Commissioning Networks in 2016 we are delighted to  announce a ninth North West event.

The conference will again be chaired by Dr James Kingsland OBE – President, National Association of Primary Care and Chair, National Primary Care Network on Thursday 9th February 2017, with a focus on:

·    Adult ADHD – service capacity planning to address the real system-wide cost beyond the NHS

·   Recovery focused management of Depression is sustainable and will improve outcomes

·   Transforming outcomes for people living with Schizophrenia within a sustainable system

The aim of the network 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. 

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


Recommended for: “Commissioning managers”, “Leads for mental health”, “Clinicians with management roles”, “Front line mental health practitioners"


“Really good update of clinical commissioning context”

Feedback from Delegate at the NWMHCN meeting September 2016


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

10.45      Prevention: Dr Geraldine Strathdee CBE OBE MRCPsych - National Clinical Lead, Mental Health Intelligence Network; PHE Specialist Adviser on Population Mental Health, Integrated Care and Prevention; Trustee, Poppy Factory; Patron, Positive Practice Collaborative for Mental Health; Past National Clinical Director Mental Health, NHS England and Councillor Edward Davie – Chair, Lambeth council overview and scrutiny committee. Communications, public affairs and health policy adviser; Guardian contributor

Session One: Adult ADHD – service capacity planning to address the real system-wide cost beyond the NHS

11.15      ADHD and Neuorodevelopmental Disorders in young people in contact with the CJS; implications for practice:    Dr Prathiba Chitsabesan - Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

11.40      Lancashire Care: an adult ADHD nurse led service: Ms Jen Lewis-Neil – Clinical Lead Nurse, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

12.05      Table Discussion

12.20      Feedback

12.30      Networking and buffet lunch

13.15      Innovations in Mental Health from around the region and beyond: Ms Lisa Butland - Director of Innovation and Research, North West Coast Academic Health Science Network

Session Two: Recovery focused management of Depression is sustainable and will improve outcomes

13.25      Our STP mental health work programme and how this supports recovery from depression as a goal in Cheshire and Wirral Partnership: Ms Sheena Cumiskey – Chief Executive, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

13.50      The Merseycare perspective on supporting Recovery from Depression as part of the STP programme:  Mr Joe Rafferty - Chief Executive, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

14.15      Table Discussion

14.30      Feedback

14.40      Break and tea

Session Three: Transforming outcomes for people living with Schizophrenia within a sustainable system

14.55      Transforming outcomes for people living with Schizophrenia within a sustainable system: Professor Paul French – Mental Health Lead, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria Strategic Clinical Network

15.25      Table Discussion

15.40      Feedback

15.50      Summary and key learning points: Dr James Kingsland

16.00      Meeting close      



Event Details

Thursday February 9th 2017

Registration and refreshments from 10am - Meeting end 4pm

Holiday Inn Haydock M6 J23

Lodge Lane
Newton-le-Willows
Haydock
WA12 0JG

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