Mental Health 2019
Transition, Planning & Delivery
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Mental Health 2019
Transition, Planning & Delivery
26th of September 2019
Royal Society of Medicine, London

Mental Health 2019

08:15-09:00 Registration & Networking
09:00-10:15 1st Morning Plenary
09:00 Chair`s Opening Address
Jacqui Dyer MBE (confirmed)
Vice-Chair, Mental Health Taskforce
09:10 Keynote Address - What do we mean by good mental health and why does it matter?
Duncan Selbie (confirmed)
Chief Executive, Public Health England
09:25 National policy updates
Andrew Herd (confirmed)
Mental Health Lead - NHS and Cross-Government Delivery, Department of Health & Social Care
09:40 Making care an experience - How to redesign children`s mental health services through digital solutions, in partnership with the NHS and third sector organisations
Richard Andrews (confirmed)
Founder, Chairman and CEO, Healios
 
  • Statutory services are at breaking point as demand for care rises
  • The system is geared up for providing a diagnosis not addressing the needs of the young person
  • Digital solutions provide flexibility to a strained system, enable resources to be applied where and when they are needed most and offer choice to the young person and their family
  • Choice to receive the care they need whenever and wherever they need it
  • Smart collaboration between health professionals, third sector, communities and private suppliers also enables 'blended care pathways' to be created
09:55-10:15 Morning Q&A Panel Debate 1
10:15-10:55 Coffee & Networking
10:55-12:00 2nd Morning Plenary
10:55 Stepping Forward; transforming mental health services for now and the future
Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt (confirmed)
Chief Nurse, Health Education England & and Programme Lead, Nightingale Challenge, Nursing Now
 
  • Celebrating success; an opportunity to learn about the Health Education England’s Mental Health programme and some of its achievements to date.
  • Planning for the future; realising the MH Implementation Plan through innovative workforce solutions.
11:10 The quality of mental health care in England
Jane Ray (confirmed)
Head of Hospital Inspections (Mental Health), Care Quality Commission
 
  • Key findings from recent CQC inspections
  • What are the CQC priorities for the year ahead
11:25 The Benefits of Using National Mental Health Data
Ian Binns (confirmed)
Head of Information (Community & Mental Health), NHS Digital
 

This presentation will include an overview of what type of mental health data is collected, the range of providers that submit mental health data and the types of analysis that national data allow.

11:40-12:00 Morning Q&A Panel Debate 2
12:00-12:10 Comfort Break
12:10-12:30 Case Study 1
12:10 Online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is helping patients access timely support
James de Bathe (confirmed)
Director of Partnerships, Ieso Digital Health
 

Ieso’s case study from Sussex will demonstrate how this strategy helped an Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service increase capacity, reduce wait times and improve patient choice.

We cover:

  • The main issues facing the service
  • The co-designed solutions
  • Insights from data to inform decisions
12:30-12:50 Case Study 2
12:30 LIFE – Living Independently, Feeling Enabled
Jenny Mace (confirmed)
Strategic lead, Home Group
 

The challenges of implementing a new support model for Home Group customers

12:50-13:10 Case Study 3
12:50 Developing an integrated depression pathway - a partnership approach
Dr David Smart (confirmed)
Clinical Director, General Practice Alliance (GPA)
 
  • Why depression was chosen as a priority focus area in Northampton
  • How the different stakeholders across health and social care were brought together
  • The development of a High Value Integrated Depression Pathway covering:
    • Social prescribing
    • Optimised primary care pharmacological pathway implementing NICE guidelines
    • Secondary care Treatment Resistant Depression pathway
  • Partnership working through the project and the value working with different organisations has provided
  • The outcomes so far

Lundbeck Ltd. have provided financial support for venue hire, catering, and exhibition space. They have had no influence over the content or organisation of the meeting, aside from the sponsored Headline Partner session marked in the programme.

13:10-14:10 Lunch in the Network Surgery
14:10-14:55 3 Concurrent Plenaries
14:10 Plenary A - Complex Mental Health Supported Living in a Public Private Partnership
Martin Boggan (confirmed)
Managing Director, Lifeways SIL
Richard Cunningham (confirmed)
Service Dvelopment Director, Lifeways SIL
Lynda Patino (confirmed)
Individual Packages of Care (IPC) and Rehabilitation Service Manager , Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (NHFT)
Mark Spraggs (confirmed)
Operations Director, Lifeways SIL
 

In 2017 SIL (part of the Lifeways group of companies) entered into a partnership with Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Nene and Corby CCG, to develop a step down supported living scheme specifically to target a cohort of (predominantly) female in patients with a diagnosis of Personality Disorder and histories of high risk behaviours, multiple/ long term hospital admissions and failed community placements. To address this need, SIL sourced accommodation through a partnership with a private developer and Chrysalis Housing Association to provide ten self-contained flats with additional staff office and accommodation at Salem Lane in the heart of Wellingborough with support provided by an onsite team working in close cooperation with NHFT’s Community Recovery team. The presentation will explore how the development of genuine partnership working between a private provider and the NHS has produced positive Recovery outcomes for a complex client group.

  • SIL background and structure
  • Recovery approach and risk management
  • Client group at Salem Lane
  • Partnership approach
  • Learning
14:10 Plenary B - Improving mental health by identifying and treating problem gamblers
Dr Matthew Gaskell (confirmed)
Consultant Psychologist for Addiction Services, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Siân Griffiths OBE (confirmed)
Deputy Chair, Public Health England
Anna Hemmings (confirmed)
Chief Executive Officer, GamCare
 
  • Awareness of Gambling addiction and related issues
  • The Leeds/ northern gambling service
  •  National Gambling treatment service and referral pathways
14:10 Plenary C - Challenging the model: prevention vs cure in mental health care
Gregor Henderson (confirmed)
National Lead for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Public Health England
Janet Ince (confirmed)
Mental Health Transformation Manager, NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCG and NHS Greater Preston CCG
Henry Jones (confirmed)
CEO, Big White Wall
Dr Tim Rogers (confirmed)
Clinical Director, Big White Wall
 

Join our esteemed panel to discuss how the model of mental health support needs to change. Drawing on a mixture of viewpoints from Public Health England, the medical profession and practical implementation, our colleagues will examine the challenges, learnings and recommendations on how best to bring to life recommendations made within the NHS Long Term Plan and the NHS Five Year Forward View Strategy.

Content that the panel will cover:

  • The importance of moving towards populational health – what this means, experiences, funding, learnings
  • Prevention vs cure in mental health – reporting, funding, challenges, learnings
  • Using digitally enabled mental health support – advantages, disadvantages, opportunities
14:55-15:05 Comfort Break
15:10-16:30 Afternoon Plenary
15:10 Working together to improve mental health services
Dr Phil Moore (confirmed)
Chair - Mental Health Commissioners Network, NHS Clinical Commissioners
 
  • Importance of co-commissioning mental health services at place and system level.
  • Challenges to improving mental health services
15:25 NHS Long Term Plan - Mental Health
Phoebe Robinson (confirmed)
Head of Mental Health, NHS England
 
  • An update on the implementation of the 5YFVMH
  • Children and Young People`s mental health
  • Objectives and progress of the perinatal mental health programme
  • The quality of mental health care in England
  • Data in Mental Health
  • Mental Health Workforce Plan for England
15:40 Children and young people`s mental health - the NHS and beyond
Emma Thomas (confirmed)
Chief Executive, YoungMinds
 
  • The NHS Long Term Plan - what the recommendations and its implementation mean for young people's mental health 
  • Young people's mental health beyond the NHS 
15:55-16:15 Afternoon Q&A Panel Debate
16:15-16:20 Chairs Closing Remarks
16:20-17:00 Coffee & Networking
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