Agenda

28-29 November 2019
Hilton, Leeds

Agenda

HSJ Transforming Mental Health Summit
Locally integrating services to improve mental health outcomes and ensure nationwide mental wellbeing

Hilton Leeds
28 - 29 November 2019

DAY ONE

08.45

Registration & Refreshments

09.30

Chair’s Opening Remarks

09.45

Keynote panel: Locally achieving the national vision for mental health
Quiz and hear from national leaders how to combine continued delivery against the ambitions of the Five Year Forward View with forward thinking to ensure realisation of the NHS Long-Term Plan
 

10.30

Moving the dial in mental health: From knowledge sharing to action
Moving the dial in mental health: From knowledge sharing to action Discuss the learnings from the last edition of the Transforming Mental Health Summit and discover how these have been implemented to drive improvements across the country
 

11.15

Morning Refreshments & Insight Meetings

11.45

Interactive Discussion Sessions

Join two of these small group discussions, each lasting 30 minutes, to delve further into the topics most relevant to

your organisation. With places limited to just 12 participants per discussion, make sure you reserve your seat at each table pre-event to ensure availability!

Transforming the mental health estate

Moving care back into the community

Integrating physical and mental health Developing effective digital therapies

Improving services for children and young people

Enhancing health and social care collaboration

Optimising rehabilitation services and outcomes

Transforming care for patients with learning disabilities

  Stream A: Improving quality across the system Stream B: Encouraging cross-sector integration
12.45 Enhancing care quality: Embedding QI within the heart of daily operations to improve physical health outcomes Safe and stable homes: Enhancing mental wellbeing through access to housing support
13.30

Networking Lunch

14.30

Innovating through technology: Integrating health records and enabling digital transformation at pace and scale

The prevention agenda: Harnessing community assets beyond the NHS to optimise population wellbeing and reduce service demand

15.15

IAPT in practice: Developing and delivering integrated and/or digitally assisted services

Improving rehabilitation pathways: Enabling patients to step-down into the community

Panellists include
Sridevi Kalidindi, Clinical Lead for Mental Health (Rehabilitation), GIRFT

16.00

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

16.30

Transforming estates: Developing safe, secure and therapeutic physical environments

Supporting students: Collaborating with schools, colleges and universities to widen access to CYPMHS and deliver personalised support

17.15

Suicide prevention: Capitalising on the learnings of the National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health (NCISH)

Reviewing sections 135 and 136: Aligning the NHS with police forces to deliver appropriate care in appropriate settings

18.00

Chair's Close

19.15

Networking Reception & Dinner

DAY TWO

08:30

Chair’s Opening Remarks

08.45

New roles, new responsibilities: Tackling the workforce challenge to ensure seamless service delivery
Identify innovative new approaches to workforce planning at both a trust and system level and assess the key success factors for recruiting and retaining an engaged and productive local workforce

 

Stream A: Innovating in core service delivery

Stream B: Reducing mental health inequalities

09.30

Crisis and emergency care: Optimising the pathway across all settings Panellists include Ian Davidson, Clinical Lead for Mental Health (Crisis and acute), GIRFT

 

Embracing STOMP: Ensuring effective service provision to patients with learning disabilities or autism

10.15

CYPMHS: Moving from delegated budgets to improving the model of care for CAMHS

 

Prisoner health: Aligning physical, mental and substance misuse service provision to improve outcomes and reduce reoffence

11.00

Morning Refreshments & Networking

11.30

Primary care transformation: Aligning community mental health services with primary care networks

Transforming dementia services: Supporting older people’s mental health and wellbeing

12.15

Reducing restriction: Evaluating the use of restraint, seclusion and segregation for those with mental health problems, learning disabilities or autism

Parental mental wellbeing: Enhancing perinatal support to optimise outcomes for new parents

13:00

Investing in mental health: Ensuring effective commissioning and funding flows at a local and regional level

Discuss with colleagues the effectiveness of existing financial models underpinning service delivery, and determine how to maximise the value of the promised real-terms funding increase

13.45

Looking to the future: Plans, priorities and predictions for 2020 and beyond

Join the final interactive session of the Summit to reflect on the key learnings from the last two days, and collaboratively develop a clear plan for the year ahead

14.30

Chairman's close & Networking Lunch

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