South East Mental Health Commissioning Network

November 3rd 2016 Holiday Inn Guildford

Further to the continued success of the regional Mental Health Commissioning Networks, we are delighted to invite you to the seventh South East event, now running from 10.30am – 4.30pm.

The conference will be chaired by Dr Lise Hertel, Clinical Associate New Care Models Programme at NHS England, Medical Lead for North Central London Out of Hours Service – Care UK, Member of NICE Commissioning Reference Panel, The Project Surgery on Thursday 3rd November with a focus on:

  • Depression: Recovery in the Community – reducing pressure in secondary care
  • The hidden costs of Schizophrenia and parity of esteem
  • ADHD in adults – an opportunity for integrated commissioning

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 a Lundbeck/Otsuka Alliance, Shire Ltd & Sunovion Ltd

AGENDA

Chair: Dr Lise Hertel, Clinical Associate New Care Models Programme at NHS England, Medical Lead for North Central London Out of Hours Service – Care UK, Member of NICE Commissioning Reference Panel, The Project Surgery

10.30    Registration and coffee

11.00    Welcome and introduction – update on the Five Year Forward View: Dr Lise Hertel

11.10    South East Clinical Network update – children and young people: Dr Ann York - Clinical Lead for Children and Young People

Session One: Depression: Recovery in the community – reducing pressure in secondary care

11.20    Aiming for recovery from depression – how we support patients in general practice: Dr Joe McGilligan - GP East Surrey CCG, Member of Council at NAPC, Surrey LMC Member and Chair of the editorial board, The Commissioning Review  

11.40    Commissioning depression services differently – what does the data tell us?: Dr Jill Rasmussen - GPwSi in Mental Health, Dementia and Learning Disabilities; Clinical Lead for Dementia, Royal College of Practitioners; South East Clinical Networks Dementia Lead 

12.00    Table Discussion

12.15    Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers plus Mr Dave Holman - Mental Health Lead, West Kent CCG 

12.30    Networking & buffet lunch

13.30    Introduction to afternoon: Dr Lise Hertel

Session Two: The hidden costs of Schizophrenia and parity of esteem

13.35    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 Trust (honorary)


14.10    Table Discussion

14.25    Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers

14.40    Break and tea

Session Three: ADHD in adults – an opportunity for integrated commissioning

15.10    How big is the problem - ADHD in the criminal justice system: Professor Gisli Gudjonsson- Professor of Forensic Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry King's College London

15.30    The Reading service: Dr James Jeffs - Consultant Psychiatrist, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

15.50    Table Discussion

16.05    Feedback and panel Q&A

16.20    Summary & key learning points: Dr Lise Hertel and Mr Paul Midgley – Director of NHS Insight, NHiS

16.30    Meeting close


"Excellent presentations, lots of increase insight"

Feedback from previous Mental Health Commissioning Network delegate


"Great networking opportunity"

Feedback from previous Mental Health Commissioning Network delegate


Event Details

Thursday November 3rd 2016

Registration and refreshements from 10.30am - Meeting end 4.30pm

Holiday Inn Guildford

Egerton Road
Guildford
GU2 7XZ

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