Progressing your Mental Health STP from Plan to Action
If your team are interesting in using STPs as a vehicle to implement long lasting mental health improvements, then this is conference for you. Soak up expertise from national-level speakers and get practical advice from real-life counterparts who have managed to position mental health as a top priority for their local area. Whether you would benefit from footprint case studies or a refresher of national priorities and strategies, this unique event is a chance to give your mental health service delivery a renewed sense of clarity and motivation.
Bringing together local service managers with NHS England leads and policy makers, this conference will help your team to set achievable goals and progress towards the 5 Year Forward View for Mental Health. Come along and discover how to:
- Kickstart stronger STP leadership for mental health to ensure that great ideas are actioned
- Plug the funding gap and plan to make improvements with realistic budgets
- Facilitate collaborative working across your footprint with charities and local authorities
- Develop pathways that uphold parity of esteem whilst integrating healthcare
- Improve acute care services to support those with the most pronounced needs
Many conferences simply explore how mental health services ‘should’ run, but this unique forum will offer practical advice that takes your challenges in to account. Benefit from guidance on:
- Enabling honest and open communication across multiple teams and agencies
- Enabling honest and open communication across multiple teams and agencies
- Linking in with 3rd sector organisations whilst retaining accountability and standards
- Uniting NHS, social care and local authorities to work towards one goal
- Growing primary care and community services to enable early intervention
- How NHS England are working to improve acute care and how your team can too
The content of this NHS course has been designed to empower mental health professionals to drive forward their ideas and make sure STPs address the necessary areas. The day will be useful for:
- STP Leads
- STP Project Managers
- Mental Health Service Managers
- Quality Improvement Leads
- Chief Executives/ Deputy Chief Executives
- Lead Commissioner for Mental Health
- Commissioning Officer for Mental Health
- Public Health Programme Lead
- Community-based Service Managers
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this audience of Mental Health and STP professionals, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Mental Health or STPs, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here:
Please email Nichola.email@example.com for further details
This event has been researched with and sculpted by the experience of past attendees from many of our mental health events, including ‘Enabling Crisis Care Concordat and Mental Health Outcomes, held in Bristol in May 2017. This conference drew great delegate feedback, including ‘Relevant, interesting, comfortable discussion forum and worthwhile’.
View further details and find out how to buy the documentation for Enabling Crisis Care Concordat & Mental Health Outcomes
|9.20||Registration and refreshments|
|9.50||Chair’s opening remarks|
|10.00||Plugging the funding gap: working with limited commissioning for the 5 Year Forward View |
How can you influence funding? Reconciling provider plans with commissioner budgets
Getting the staff skill mix right: overcoming the challenge to recruit and retain great staff
Promoting your cause: using STP meetings and reviews to emphasise mental health needs
Sean Duggan, Chief Executive, Mental Health Network
|10.30||Mental Health Taskforce update: transforming NHS mental health outcomes |
Rethinking leadership strategies: enabling honest, open communication and clear improvement
The importance of implementation: making sure great ideas are fully utilised
What local teams can do to meaningfully contribute to improvements across their footprint
Jacqui Dyer, Vice Chair, 5 Year Forward View - Mental Health
Uniting Care Providers
|11.20||Facilitating collaborative working across your footprint: linking with 3rd Sector organisations|
Redefining responsibilities: positioning health as a largely community matter
Creating better communication: building a clearer picture of where the 3rd sector can add value
Working with charities to ensure accountability: monitoring investment and achieving the 5YFW
Alan Heyes, Chair, Mental Health Action Groups & Managing Director, Therapy Partners Limited
|11.50||Group discussion: how do you manage risk across multi-organisation care plans? |
Discuss in groups how mental health teams can accurately monitor risk when patients are in contact with numerous services in a short space of time. Who takes responsibility for what and how do you communicate effectively?
Using STPs to Enable Mental Health Improvements
|1.30||Case study: developing pathways to give mental health parity of esteem |
Putting mental health at the heart of STPs: making it a priority for everyone
Integrating physical and mental healthcare: outlining the ‘hub’ project and its aims
Uniting NHS teams with social care and community services: a cohesive approach
|2.00||Case study: growing community-based mental health services |
Building resilience: how to encourage a community to take charge of their own health
Improving access to primary mental health care: strengthening the first port of call
Reducing referrals to secondary care: improving alternatives to ease the strain on hospitals
Furthering Standards for Acute Care
|3.00||Supporting those with serious needs: driving forward improvements in acute care|
National priorities: mapping key focus areas according to the 5 Year Forward View
Case study examples: how have specific STP areas improved the quality of their crisis provisions?
Maintaining improvements: setting clear goals for continual improvement in your service
Bobby Pratap, Senior Programme Manager, Adult Mental Health Delivery, NHS England
|3.30||Group discussion: Where do digital health solutions fit in acute mental health services? |
Discuss how and where your service could use digital support. Would it be as part of an aftercare package or does it have a place in acute care?
|4.00||Close of day|
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This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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