Mental health in primary and community care

12/06/2019 - 12/06/2019 • 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

Programme

  • 12 June

Registration opens, refreshments, networking and exhibition

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Session one: Opening plenary

10:00 AM 11:15 AM

Beccy  Baird

Viral  Kantaria

Chris  Naylor

Dr Paul  Turner

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

11:15 AM 11:45 AM

Breakout A: The role of primary care in prevention and promotion

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

PL Paula  Lavis

Dharini Roula

Lucy  Shonegevel

Breakout B: Supporting people with complex needs

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

Dr Mustafa  Alachar

Rebecca  Colledge

Dr Nitin  Joshi

MM Marsha  McAdam

EP Elaine  Pitt

Breakout C: Children and young people

11:45 AM 01:00 PM

Ben  Collins

Deborah Fenney

Peter  Watt

Lunch, networking and exhibition

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

Breakout D: Providing psychological support for local populations

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

Jeremy  Cripps

Dr Mike  Scanlan

Breakout E: Integration in practice

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

Dr Fiona Butler

Adrian  James

AM Amelia Mustapha

Dr David Smart

Breakout F: Meeting the physical needs of people with mental illness

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

A Andy  Bell

Dr Rhiannon England

Chris  Lynch

Chris  Naylor

Refreshments, exhibition and networking

03:00 PM 04:00 PM

Session four: Closing plenary

03:20 PM 04:45 PM

A Andy  Bell

T Tim  Kent

Beccy  Baird

Dr Nitin  Joshi

DO Dr Kufeji Omotayo

DT Dr Emma Tiffin

Sponsor

Exhibitors

Attendees

Speakers

EA

Elvan Akyuz

Consultant Psychiatrist
Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust
LA

Lisa Androulidakis

Head of Innovation and Partnerships
Hestia
SA

Sue Ashbourne

Consultant Psychologist
Richmond Wellbeing Service
VB

Vince Barry

CEO
Pegasus Health
PB

Peter Beckwith

Director of Finance
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
LB

Lee Bennett

Health Modernisation Manager
Government of Jersey
LB

Laurence Bickerton

Project Manager
National Workforce Skills Development Unit
GB

Georgina Birch

operational lead
elft
KB

Karen Birch

Business Development Manager
Home Group
TB

Tracy Bowden

project manager
Broadhurst Community Access Project
GB

Gemma Bow

Team Manager - PCP
CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
SB

Sarah Bowker

Programme Manager
Cheshire West and Chester Council
JB

Jason Brennan

Director of Mental Health & Wellness
videoDoc
HB

Helena Brown

Policy and Campaigns Manager
Mind
CB

Cheryl Buhay

Consultant Psychiatrist
Waitemata District Health Board
SB

Sam Butcher

Service Manager
Rotherham Doncaster & South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
FB

Fran Butler

Senior Programme Manager - Mental Health
Oxford AHSN
LB

Laura Butler

Project Manager
Voluntary Support North Surrey
RC

Robert Callen-Davies

OOperational Manager PCMHSS
Aneurin Bevan UHB
JC

Jessica Catchpole

Mobilisation Officer
Diabetes UK
MC

Marika Cencelli

National Health Subcomittee
Alcoholics-Anonymous Great Britain
MC

Magda Chanopoulou

Head of Student Life
Queen Mary University of London
DC

David Chapman

City Locality Clinical Director
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
JC

Jayant Chavda

Head of Public Affairs
Novo Nordisk
DC

David Collingbourne

PCN Consultant
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
BC

Bronagh Cooper

Social Prescribing Coordinator
Bogside & Brandywell Health Forum
EC

Emma Coore

GP mental health lead
Central London CCG
KD

Kate Da Costa

Health Economy Liaison Manager
Janssen
CD

Carole Davies

Senior PCMH Liaison & Nurse Prescriber
Chapeltown GP Locality
CD

Chris Davies

Programme Manager: Transformation
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
SD

Sian Davies

PCMHSS Team Lead
Aneurin Bevan UHB
LD

Linda DeBardelaben

Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Addaction
CD

Clive Denton

Service Manager
East London NHS Foundation Trust
SD

Susan Denton

North Guildford PCN GP Lead
North Guidford PCN
PD

Peter Devlin

Assistant Director MH and LD
Suffolk County Council
SD

Suzy Dion

Senior Quality Improvement Manager
NHS England Midlands & East
AD

Amie Dobinson

Senior Business Development Manager
Second Step
JD

Julie Docker

MJSS Health & Wellbeing Coordinator
RCJ Advice
SD

Sharon Dosanjh

Head of Commissioning Mental Health
Medway CCG
JD

Jonathan Duckles

Head of Business Development
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
HD

Helen Dudeney

Service Line Lead - NW Adult Community
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
GD

Graham Duerden

Manager Recovery & Wellbeing Service
Health & Social Care Department
JE

Jo Edwards

Senior Service Line Lead - PATH/SPA/NW&SW ACMH
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
JE

Jo Ellins

Senior Fellow and Deputy Director
University of |Birmingham
LE

Linda Elliott

Senior Audit Manager
Mersey Internal Audit Agency
FF

Fiona Flowers

Specialist Advisor for Community Setting
Macmillan Cancer Support
PF

Paul Fradgley

Head of Marketing
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
EF

Ella Fuller

Senior Policy Officer
NHS Providers
LG

Liz Gadd

Senior Consultant
New Philanthropy Capital
DG

Debra Goodyear

Administrative & Marketing Lead
Richmond Wellbeing Service
EG

Erinn Graham

Primary Care Liaison Team Manager
Richmond Wellbeing Service
AG

Andrew Grillo

Service Manager
Oxfordshire Mind
JH

jane hackett

Commissioning Manager
Norwich CCG
EH

Emel Hakki

Services manager
Family Action
NH

Naomi Hamilton

Head of Commissioning Mental Health
Swale CCG
MH

Margaret Hanson

Chief Executive Officer
Imagine Independence
HH

Helen Hardy

Head of Mental Health Clinical Networks
NHS England Midlands & East
SH

Susanna hauru

Primary Care MH Nurse
Camden and Islington NHS foundation trust
MH

Marnie Hayward

Various
1969
CH

COLIN HICKS

SERVICE DIRECTOR
DORSET HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST
AH

ANITA HIGHAM

Governor/Chair
OUHFT/North Oxfordhsire Locality Patients' Forum
AH

Anita HIGHAM

Public Governor + Locality Chair
OUHFT + OCCG
HH

Heidi Hodgkins

Student
Heidi Hodgkins City University
JH

Jonathon Horn

Strategic Commissioner
Camden Council and CCG
GH

Gamal Hosein

Freelance Video Journalist
Agent Alpaca Space Division
KH

Karen Howard

Community Service Line Lead
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FoundationTrust
NH

Neil Hughes

County Councillor
Cumbria County Council
CH

Caroline Humphreys

Senior Assurance Manager (GPFV)
NHS England
DH

David Humphreys

Postgraduate Researcher
University of Birmingham
KI

Kathleen Isaac

Head of Business Development
CLCH
KJ

Kevin James

Peer Consultant
CO-ProNorfolk
JJ

Jasbir Jaspal

Councillor
City of Wolverhampton Council
HJ

Helen John

Primary care mental health nurse
Dudley&Walsall Mental Health Partnership Trust
EJ

Eleanor Johnston

Commissioning Manager
Royal Borough of Greenwich
UK

Urszula Kapoulas

Senior Project Manager
West of England AHSN
WK

Will Kenny-Levick

GP
BrisDoc
NK

Niki Kirby

PCN GP Lead
Banstead Primary Care Network
DK

David Kirkpatrick

Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Lead
Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Trust
SL

Stephen Lee

Patient
Msk patient advisory group
LL

Lorraine Lloyd

Primary Care MH Nurse
Camden and Islington NHS foundation trust
SL

Steve Loe

Head of Vulnerable Adults
South Eastern Hampshire CCG
CL

Chelliah Lohendran

V.Chair for Patient engagement forum
merton CCG
CL

Chelliah Lohendran

Vice chairman for PEG ( Merton CCG)
Merton CcG
JL

Juliet Long

Senior Commissioning Manager Mental Health
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
TL

Theresa Louis

Primary Care Liaison Practitioner
Richmond Wellbeing Service
KM

Kathryn Macdermott

Director Of Strategic Planning And Development
Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust
EM

Eunice Malahleka

Team manager
CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
SM

Saira Malik

GP
Sunderland CCG
JM

Judi Mallalieu

Prog. Director Primary MH Care
Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS
JM

Judi Mallalieu

Prog. Director Primary MH Care
Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS
SM

Sarah Markham

Patient
KCL
SM

Sarah Markham

Patient
KCL
DM

DAVID MCAULEY

Deputy Director of Operations
Livewell Southwest
DM

David McCluskey

Quality Improvement Lead
Northwest Coast Strategic Clinical Network
RM

Rachel McDonald

Joint Commissioning Manager
Sunderland Clinical Commissioning Group
AM

Andrew McGuigan

Head of Healthcare Strategy
Janssen
FM

Fiona McMillan Shields

Head of Integration
HPFT
WM

wendy micklewright

various
various
KM

Kirit Mistry

Chair
South Asian Health Action
MM

Marc Mitchel

Health Economy Liaison Manager
Janssen
AM

Alistair Monro

Patient Engagement Manager
Janssen
VM

Virginia Morgan

Strategic + Clinical lead PCMHSS
Aneurin Bevan UHB
JM

John Morrill

Project Manager, Voicing Views
Wandsworth Care Alliance
RM

Rodney Morton

Deputy Chief Nursing Officer
Dept of Health
FM

Faye Murphy

Clinical Network Manager- Adult Mental Health
NHS England – South East (Kent, Surrey & Sussex)
EN

Emma Nash

GP Clinical Lead
South Eastern Hampshire CCG
RO

Rachel O'Hara

GP
The Cambridge Practice
MP

Meena Parekh

PPG
Nhs
SP

Sharon Parkinson

Volunteer
AIS BREAKING BARRIERS
TP

Tanya Paxton

Harrow Borough Director for Mental Health
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
AP

Anna Prygodzicz

Workforce Transformation Lead
Health Education England
VR

Vaiyapuri Raja

Lead GP
Anglian Community Enterprise
MR

Mark Rawlinson

Locality Manager, Integrated Locality Service
Isle of Wight NHS Trust
TR

Tanya Rayner

operational Manager
Family Action
VR

Veryan Richards

Patient representative
RCPsychiatrists
KR

Karnie Roden

Clinical Lead
videoDoc
AR

Andy Rooney

Partnerships & Solutions Lead
XenZone
SR

Sonia Rooney

Mental Health Practitioner
Priory Medical Group
LR

lesley rosling

GP
The Cambridge Practice
LR

Louise Ross

PCMH Liaison Practitioner
Chapeltown GP Locality
KR

Karen Ruby

Mental Health Policy Adviser
Work and Health Unit
CR

Craig Russo

Mental Health Clinical Lead
Priory Medical Group
KS

Kapila Sachdev

consultant psychiatrist
ELFT
JS

Janine Sanderson

Adult Mental Health Senior Commissioning manager
North East Hampshire & Farnham CCG
RS

Ros Savege

carer
na
SS

Susan Say

Managing Director
ExtraMed
VS

Victoria Scarborough

Deputy Director Business Development
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
CS

Cristina Serrao

Patient Director
Camden MSK
DS

Dr Farnaaz Sharief

GP, Clinical Lead Mental Health
Medway CCG
RS

Rachel Shortte

Account Manager
ZPB Associates
SS

Sue Shorvon

Ms
Service user
MS

Matthew Smith-Lilley

Policy and Engagement Lead for Mental Health
BACP
HS

Helen Sparrow

Counselling Psychologist
Richmond Wellbeing Service
HS

Herbert Steiner

Consultant Psychiatrist
Richmond Wellbeing Service
NS

Naomi Stent

Primary Care Clinical Advisor
Mind and Body Programme, King's Health Partners
SS

Susan Sutherland

Project Manager
Bus Stop Club
GT

Gloria Tawiah

Project Manager
National Workforce Skills Development Unit
IT

Ian Thomas

MH+LD General Manager
Aneurin Bevan UHB
MT

MICHELLE THOMAS

Director of Operations
Livewell Southwest
PT

Paula Thompson

Service Manager
Rotherham Doncaster & South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
JT

James Thorneycroft

Policy Officer, Health & Care
Macmillan Cancer Support
CT

Carla Toro

Associate Professor
University of Warwick
CT

Caroline Townsend

Commissioning Manager
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
DT

Duncan Tree

Associate Director
Association of Mental Health Providers
JT

Josie Tuck

Advanced Clinical Practitioner / Lecturer
Christchurch Medical Practice / Bournemouth University
JU

Julie Uglow

Clinical Quality and Effectiveness Facilitator
NHS Milton Keynes CCG
JU

Juliet Usiade

Community mental health nurse
ELFT
IW

Ian Wake

Director of Public Health
Thurrock Council
TW

Tina Walker

Chair of Trustees
4Transform
MW

Marie Watkins

Senior Manager
Attain Health Management Service Ltd
EW

Ethan Williams

Researcher
King's Fund
BW

Ben Wilson

Product Solution Group Lead
Orion Health
PW

Paul Wilson

Service Design Manager
PLUSS
RW

Ruth Wilson

Programme Leaed
Yorkshire & Humber AHSN
KW

Kristina Wilton

Value Based Healthcare Lead
Janssen
LW

Leanne Winfield

Volunteer
Leeds CCG
IW

Isabel Worsley

Community Service Line Lead
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FoundationTrust
SY

Susanna Yeoman

Divisional Director
Berkshire Healthcare NHS
IY

Ian Young

Associate Director
Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
LZ

Liz Zacharias

Senior Consultant
Campbell Tickell Ltd
JA

James Adrian

Registrar
Royal College of Psychiatrists

Dr Mustafa Alachar

Consultant Psychiatrist and Medical Psychotherapist, Psychological Medicine in Primary Care
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Amelia Mustapha is the Director of Saint Mary Abbots Rehabilitation and Training (SMART). SMART is a London-based mental health charity and one of the partners in the integrated care programme, Community Living Well, delivering the Employment and Navigation Services. Amelia has previously held senior management positions in the European Depression Association and Depression Alliance and is passionate about putting people at the centre of their own recovery with co-produced and integrated, clinical and well-being services. To this end, Amelia is working with partners to build a legal entity for delivering health and social care interventions through a consortia of community and voluntary sector organisations.

12 June

Beccy Baird

Senior Policy Fellow
The King's Fund
Becky works in the health policy team, leading research and analysis across a range of health care issues.
Beccy joined the Fund in 2007, first as an adviser to the chief executive and then, in the policy team, leading responsive policy work around the general election in 2015.
She has worked in the NHS and social care for more than 20 years, and before joining the Fund was associate director for service improvement in a cancer network. She spent two years in San Mateo County, California, developing a model of integrated health and social care funding and delivery for older people. She began her career as a researcher in older people and mental health services.
She has an MSc in health systems management from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Beccy is a trustee of Young Minds, the national charity for children and young people's mental health.

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Andy Bell

Deputy Chief Executive
Centre for Mental Health

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Dr Fiona Butler

GP Principal and Chair
West London CCG
Fiona has been a GP principal in a practice on the Earls Court and Chelsea border for the past 20 years. Until recently she was Chair of West London Clinical Commissioning Group which has one of the highest prevalence of severe and enduring mental illness nationally, and over 60% of this population are cared for solely in primary care.
She has a longstanding interest in Mental Health and has held roles at London and National level. Her work has included developments in integrated Primary Care Mental Health Services enabling patients to be treated closer to home and in the best environment to meet their needs.
Fiona led on the Yoga4Health Programme within her CCG, which has successfully set up a bespoke social prescribing structured yoga programme for adults to improve their health and wellbeing.
She is now a Clinical Director for a Primary Care Network in the West London area

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Rebecca Colledge

Community Manager, Mental health services for older people
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Rebecca has worked for the NHS for the last 26 years. After qualifying as an Occupational Therapist she has spent her clinical career working with older adults with mental health presentations and people living with dementia. Rebecca is currently a Community Manager working in an older adult mental health service setting up and managing the Integrated Care Team – Mental Health from its inception to now. Rebecca provides the link between the operational management, performance and commissioning of the service.

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Ben Collins

Policy Projects Director
The King’s Fund
Ben carries out research on high performing health systems, new models of care and innovation. He has also worked on commissioning, payment systems and contracting in the NHS. His background is in industrial economics and business strategy.

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Jeremy Cripps

Clinical Service Delivery Manager
Ieso
Jeremy Cripps is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist and accredited CBT therapist. He spent a decade working with an IAPT service in Sussex leading a team delivering primary care interventions as senior therapist. He now works for IESO Digital Health as Clinical Service Delivery Manager and travels across the country training IAPT teams in online CBT to help widen access to therapy in primary care. He also works closely with the data team at IESO, provides online therapy, and supervises clinicians.

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Caroline Dollery

GP and Clinical Director
East England

Dr Rhiannon England

Clinical Lead for Mental Health and Children
Hackney CCG
Rhiannon has been a GP for 30 years, working in inner-city London and has also worked as a prison GP. She has been the clinical lead for mental health at City and Hackney CCG for the last 5 years working on a broad range of service redesign, notably primary care mental health, psychiatric liaison, frequent attenders at A&E and crisis care for adults and children.
Her other main clinical interests are child health, refugee health, and medically unexplained symptoms. She is also passionate about reducing inequality in health provision and excess mortality of people with long term mental illness.

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Deborah Fenney

Policy Researcher
The King’s Fund
Deborah works in the policy team. Before joining the Fund in 2018, Deborah worked for two years as a senior analyst at the Care Quality Commission (CQC). While at CQC she worked on various projects including reviews of health and social care systems in local authority areas and a review of how NHS trusts investigate deaths of patients.

Deborah has a PhD in sociology and social policy from the University of Leeds, which explored disabled people’s access to sustainable lifestyles.

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Louise Forsyth

Public Affairs and Stakeholder Management
Rethink Mental Illness
As the Public Affairs and Stakeholder Manager at Rethink Mental Illness, Louise is responsible for developing parliamentary strategies and building networks to improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness. She has previously worked at the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Adrian James

Royal College of Psychiatrists
Registrar
Registrar, Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2015-, leading on policy, communication and
parliamentary, public and member relations... Led the College work on Prevent and Counterterrorism and on developing a mental health specific tool for the learning from deaths programme. Member of the Advisory Group on the review of the Mental Health Act, completing their report in December 2018. Currently leading the College’s review of Cannabis, Mental Health, and Decriminalisation and sitting on various groups related to the implementation of the NHS England Long Term Plan, and now on the Mental Health Act implementation group.

Led the Zero Suicide Collaborative in South West England 2013-16
Winner: National Patient Safety (HSJ/RCN): Patient Safety in Mental Health Award category 2016

Presented on suicide prevention at the Annual Forum of the Institute for Health Improvement in Florida in December 2014.

Former Medical Director of Devon Partnership NHS Trust.
Founding Chair of the School of Psychiatry at the Peninsular Deanery (2006-2008)
Former Programme Director for the training of Forensic Psychiatrists in South West of England.

Between 2007 and 2011 the elected Chair of the South West Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and sat on the Council of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in this capacity.
In 2010 appointed as the Chair of the Westminster Parliamentary Liaison Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (attending the three main Party Conferences 2011-15 in this capacity).

2013- 2015, Clinical Director for Mental Health, Dementia and Neurology, working for NHS England (South West).

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He was the lead author of the textbook Clinical Governance in Mental Health and Learning Disability Services, published by Gaskell in 2005. He has also acted as a Reviewer and Clinical Expert for the Healthcare Commission and its successor organisation the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Outside Work

Keen cyclist: Brompton in London, Tandem with wife, mountain bike & road bike in Devon. Completed his third ‘Etape du Tour’ on 16 July 2017.

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Dr Nitin Joshi

General Practitioner
Leicester City
Nitin has been a GP in Leicester for nearly 30 years. He was the lead for integrated care and older persons at the Leicester City Commissioning Group for 10 years. During this time, he led the development of integrated services across Primary/Community/social care and also mental health. These services are now established in Leicester city, providing holistic care to thousands of patients.
He led work that established an integrated mental health service, focusing on improving the care of patients with chronic conditions.

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Viral Kantaria

Senior Programme Manager, Adult Mental Health Team
NHS England
Viral is a Senior Programme Manager in the NHS England & NHS Improvement Adult Mental Health Team leading on community mental health services, older people’s mental health care, and ‘personality disorder’. He is responsible for developing and delivering the NHS Long Term Plan’s proposals for “new and integrated models of primary and community mental health care” for adults and older adults with severe mental illnesses and sat on the Working Group supporting Professor Sir Simon Wessely’s Mental Health Act Review. He has in the past worked on mental health crisis care and joined NHS England in 2016 from the Department of Health, where he worked on crisis care and mental health legislation. Before that he worked in the Private Office of coalition government health and social care ministers Paul Burstow followed by Norman Lamb, which ignited his passion for mental health care as a matter of social justice.

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Tim Kent

Primary Care Service Lead, Consultant Primary Care Psychotherapist & Social Worker
The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

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Paula Lavis

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Chris Lynch

Member of the lived experience advisory group
Equally Well UK
Chris has used primary, secondary and voluntary services predominantly for his mental health on and off for the last 30 years. After twenty years of being a passive recipient of care, he started volunteering a decade ago.

Since then he has volunteered and more recently started working for organisations such as Mind, Time to Change, Rethink Mental Illness, Birmingham University, UCL, RCPsych, Mental Health UK, the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health and Equally Well UK.

Chris is passionate about reducing inequalities, peer support, and co-production.

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Marsha McAdam

Expert by Experience

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Amelia Mustapha

Director
St Mary Abbotts Rehabilitation and Training

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Chris Naylor

Senior Policy Fellow
The King's Fund
Chris conducts research and policy analysis and acts as a spokesperson for The King’s Fund on a range of topics. He is also an executive coach and works with leaders in the health system to support change at the local level.He contributes to The King’s Fund’s work on integrated care and health system reform, and has particular interests in mental health and community engagement.
Chris joined The King's Fund in 2007. He previously worked in research teams at the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health and the Institute of Psychiatry, and has aMasters in public health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has also worked at the Public Health Foundation of India in Delhi.

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Dr Kufeji Omotayo

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Nicolas Page

GP
Castle Health Practice
EP

Elaine Pitt

Team Lead
Oldham and Stockport Psychological Medicine Teams

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Dharini Roula

Partnerships Account Executive
The King’s Fund
Dharini supports the corporate partnerships team in its work to drive income growth across three membership programmes. She assists with the Fund’s corporate partner and supporter events by ensuring logistics run smoothly, as well as marketing events to relevant audiences.

Before joining the Fund, Dharini spent two years working in the fundraising team at the Lymphoma Association working on national community-fundraising events and charity-of-the-year partnerships. She has also spent time as a volunteer undertaking research and delivering awareness events for a human rights organisation.

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Dr Mike Scanlan

Director
Mind Time Therapies
Dr Mike Scanlan works as a director of Mind Time Therapies (MTT) and was responsible for setting up and designing the clinical model for the successful and award-winning ‘Changing Minds’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service. He has also led the development of the Northamptonshire Long Term Conditions Psychological Therapy Service.

Mike led a project supported by the Department of Health to illustrate how telehealth principles can be utilised to deliver IAPT group therapy via video conferencing to people with mental health problems with comorbid long-term conditions.


He regularly presents at IAPT conferences and has published widely on the topic of primary care mental health. He has recently led the clinical development of a Court liaison Mental Health Service in Plymouth and worked in 2015 to design and write the service specification for an IAPT equivalent service in Qatar.

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David Shephard

Team Lead, Integrated Care Team
Mental Health, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

David Shephard

Team Lead, Integrated Care Team
Mental Health,Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
David has been a mental health nurse for almost 30 years. His background has been mainly an older person’s mental health, with a strong focus on community-based work.
David has always had a strong passion for integrated working and providing a holistic approach to care, considering the impact of long term physical health conditions on patients’ mental health and well-being.
In 2011, David had the opportunity of setting up the Integrated Care Mental Health Service in the North East of Leicester City. Since 2013, the service has received annual funding from the Better Care Fund which has allowed it to expand. David currently leads a team of 6 mental health professionals with plans to extend further in the coming months.

Lucy Shonegevel

Head of Health Influencing
Rethink Mental Illness
Lucy oversees the health influencing team at Rethink Mental Illness which identifies and provides solutions for the health and social care challenges affecting people severely affected by mental illness. She works together with policymakers, clinicians, service users, and commissioners to improve mental health care. Previously Lucy has worked at Macmillan Cancer Support and Bliss, the premature baby charity.

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Dr David Smart

GP Partner
Leicester Terrace Health Centre

David is a ¾ time GP at Leicester Terrace Health Care Centre in Northampton town centre and Clinical Director of GPA Federation covering Northampton leading on mental health and prevention. He is a member of NICE expert reference group developing “A Framework for Community Mental Health Support, Care and treatment for Adults and Older Adults”.
He has held previous roles in mental health education and commissioning. Public mental health has been his main interest over the last 10 years after the publication of the Foresight Report on Mental Capital and Wellbeing in 2008 and he chairs the local Action for Happiness steering group
With a strong family and personal history of depression he has been championing improved care of depression in primary care for a number of years. New Health Care Partnership (STP) arrangements and Primary Care Networks provide opportunity to develop an integrated depression pathway.

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Dr Emma Tiffin

GP, Clinical Mental Health Lead
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough STP

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Dr Paul Turner

Karis Medical Centre
NHS
Paul has been a GP in an inner city practice for over 20years, working with an innovative and dedicated primary care team which tries to focus on whole person health care. His areas of interest have been substance misuse, chronic pain, mental illness, and medically unexplained symptoms amongst others.
He has worked in mental health commissioning in PCGs,PCTs and CCGs, took the lead within the west midlands combined authority for primary mental health care, and is currently joint clinical director for mental health in the West Midlands for NHS England. He has jointly led service developments in primary care mental health and wellbeing and in medically unexplained symptoms and has been involved in the development of clinical and commissioning guidance for MUS.

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Peter Watt

Managing Director
Family Support
Peter is the first Managing Director of Family Support, a Local Authority Trading Company formed by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham in 2018. Before joining Family Support, Peter was the National Services Director at the NSPCC, responsible for the charity's universal services including the NSPCC Helpline, Childline and Schools Service.
He led on the NSPCC’s response to the Savile scandal and jointly authored the Metropolitan Police Report of Savile’s crimes ‘Giving Victims a Voice’ for which he was awarded a Metropolitan Police Commissioners Award. He was formally a qualified nurse and before moving to the NSPCC was Chief Executive at Counsel and Care, and Chief Executive of The Campaign Company, a communications consultancy.
From 2005 to 2007, he was the General Secretary of the Labour Party. Peter has six children, four grandchildren and was a foster carer for over 10 years.

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Paula Weninger

Mental Health Navigator
Rethink Mental Illness Sheffield Crisis House
Paula works for Rethink Mental Illness as a Mental Health Navigator based at the Sheffield Crisis House. She provides follow-up support to people who have accessed the crisis facility and helps them to settle back into the community and live more independently. As well as working in this role, Paula is training to be a counsellor.

Janssen

At Janssen, we’re creating a future where disease is a thing of the past. We’re the Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, working tirelessly to make that future a reality for patients everywhere by fighting sickness with science, improving access with ingenuity, and healing hopelessness with heart. We focus on areas of medicine where we can make the biggest difference: Oncology, Immunology, Neuroscience, Infectious Diseases, Cardiovascular & Metabolic Diseases and Pulmonary Hypertension.

Learn more at www.janssen.com/uk . Follow us at www.twitter.com/JanssenUK. Janssen-Cilag Limited is one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.

NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands CSU

With the development of Primary Care Networks, implementation of the new GP contract and a focus on greater collaboration, primary care is at the start of a process to drive delivery of joined up care across local areas.

NHS Arden & GEM CSU can support you to achieve at-scale delivery, run your day to day operations as smoothly and efficiently as possible, while extending and improving patient services through intelligent use of data and embracing new technology and ways of working. Working in partnership with Capsticks and clinical director for the national primary care homes project, Professor James Kingsland, we bring together a unique blend of knowledge and expertise, informed by first-hand experience of designing and implementing collaborative models within health and social care.

Visit our exhibition stand to learn how our tailored primary care solutions are already helping customers to develop and deliver a vision for local primary care.

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England.

Our mission describes how we will achieve this:
  • through our research and policy analysis
  • through the work we do with individuals, organisations and communities building their capability, supporting them to adopt best practice and share learning
  • by bringing people together through events and networks to discuss and learn from evidence from the United Kingdom and across the world
  • by promoting greater understanding of health and care policy and practice – helping people to make sense of a complex and rapidly changing environment.

Registration opens, refreshments, networking and exhibition

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

AM sessions

Session one: Opening plenary

10:00 AM 11:15 AM Burdett, ground floor

10.00am  Welcome and introduction
Chris Naylor, Senior Policy Fellow, The King’s Fund

10.10am New models of primary and community mental health care in the NHS long term plan
  • An outline of how NHS England and NHS Improvement are beginning to implement the NHS Long Term Plan commitment to establish new and integrated models of primary and community mental health care for adults and older adults with severe mental illnesses.
  • Learn about the vision and principles behind these new models.
Viral Kantaria, Senior Programme Manager, Adult Mental Health Team, NHS England

10.25am Setting the scene for the new primary care
  • Understand why primary care networks are at the heart of the long-term plan and the implications this will have for policy.
  • Hear about the plans to move towards delivering integrated community-based health services for the first time since the NHS was created.
Beccy Baird, Senior Policy Fellow, The King’s Fund
The economic case for improving mental health services in primary care

10.40am The economic case for improving mental health services in primary care
  • Hear how investments in mental health treatment make financial sense for the system as a whole.
  • Learn about the cost untreated distress and mental health disturbances can bring about.
Dr Paul Turner, Karis Medical Centre, NHS

11.00am Questions and discussion

Speakers

Beccy Baird.pdf Download Link
Paul Turner.pdf Download Link
Viral Kantaria.pdf Download Link

Refreshments, networking, poster display and exhibition

11:15 AM 11:45 AM Orangery, ground floor

AM sessions

Breakout A: The role of primary care in prevention and promotion

11:45 AM 01:00 PM Maynard theatre, ground floor

11.45am Welcome and introduction
Dharini Roula, Partnerships Account Executive, The King’s Fund

11.50am
Receiving holistic support in the community
  • Hear about the fragmented journey people affected by mental illness face in receiving care in the community.
  • Learn how the introduction of a navigator’s role in Sheffield ensured that people received holistic care.
Lucy Shonegevel, Head of Health Influencing, Rethink Mental Illness
Paula Lavis, Mental Health Navigator,
Rethink Mental Illness Sheffield Crisis House

12.15pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Lucy Schonegevel.pdf Download Link
AM sessions

Breakout B: Supporting people with complex needs

11:45 AM 01:00 PM Maxwell room, first floor

11.45am Welcome and introduction
Marsha McAdam, Expert by Experience

11.50am Psychological medicine in primary care (Stockport integrated service)
  • Hear how PMPC has supported complex individuals using both their GP and local neighbourhood teams
  • Understand the challenges of embedding mental health care in neighbourhood teams at a time of limited resource and very different agendas and models of care
Dr Mustafa Alachar, Consultant Psychiatrist and Medical Psychotherapist, Psychological Medicine in Primary Care, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Elaine Pitt, Team Lead, Oldham and Stockport Psychological Medicine Teams

12.10 A mental health integrated care team in Leicester City
  • Learn how a mental health integrated care team located in primary care improves outcomes for patients.
  • Hear how GPs have benefitted from having a mental health team as part of the multidisciplinary team
  •  Listen to case examples of how the integration works in practice
Dr Nitin Joshi, General Practitioner, Leicester City
David Shephard, Team Lead, Integrated Care Team – Mental Health, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Rebecca Colledge, Community Manager – Mental health Services for Older People, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

12.30pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Mustafa Alachar.pdf Download Link
Rebecca Colledge.pdf Download Link
AM sessions

Breakout C: Children and young people

11:45 AM 01:00 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

11.45am Welcome and introduction
Deborah Fenney, Policy Researcher, The King’s Fund

11.50am The importance of being trauma aware when working with children and young people

  • Learn how Family Support is using an understanding of brain development and trauma in its work across Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Understand the lifelong implications if no support is given
  • Hear how the organisation operates by recognising trauma and then taking action.
Peter Watt, Managing Director, Family Support

12.05pm Radical innovation in mental health: new approaches to the established delivery models
  • Learn about the alternative to “conveyor belt” approaches to referral, assessment, treatment, and discharge
  • Hear how radical services are rejecting transactional approaches in favour of long-term relationships
  • Learn about new approaches to harnessing the contribution of young service users rather than seeing them as a drain to healthcare resources
Ben Collins, Policy Projects Director, The King’s Fund

12.40pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Ben Collins.pdf Download Link
Peter Watt.pdf Download Link

Lunch, networking and exhibition

01:00 PM 02:00 PM Orangery, ground floor

Decide which of the 4 breakout sessions you would like to attend after the lunch. No need to sign up in advance, just show up to the one you want (first-come, first-serve)
PM sessions

Breakout D: Providing psychological support for local populations

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

2.00pm Welcome and introduction
Ben Collins, Policy Projects Director, The King’s Fund

2.05pm The power of the webinar: how to reach high volumes of people
  • Hear how utilising new technologies improves access to services for a large segment of the population.
  • Learn about the award-winning Changing Minds improving access to psychological therapy (IAPT) service.
Dr Mike Scanlan, Director, Kind Minds Health and Wellbeing

2.25pm Online therapy increases capacity: a Sussex case study
  • Online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is helping patients access timely support. 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.
Jeremy Cripps, Clinical Service Delivery Manager, Ieso

2.45pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Jeremy Cripps.pdf Download Link
Mike Scanlan.pdf Download Link
PM sessions

Breakout E: Integration in practice

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

2.00pm Welcome and introduction,
James Adrian, Registrar, Royal College of Psychiatrists

2.05pm Managing depression optimally in primary care
  • Hear about the integrated depression pathway implemented in Northampton.
  • Learn about the SAFETool triage system that can mitigate suicide risk in people with depression.
Dr David Smart, GP Partner, Leicester Terrace Health Centre

2.20pm Putting integration first: primary care mental health services in West London CCG
  • Learn how social prescribing can be an integral part of the GP’s toolkit.
  • Hear about Community Living Well, an integrated service bringing together clinical and wellbeing services to improve the mental, physical and social resilience of people with long term mental health needs.
Dr Fiona Butler, GP Principal and Chair of West London CCG
Amelia Mustapha, Director, St Mary Abbotts Rehabilitation and Training

2.35pm The mental health priorities related to integration
  • Hear about the opportunities to tackle some of the most challenging issues that the current system has found resistant.
James Adrian, Registrar, Royal College of Psychiatrists

2.50pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

David Smart.pdf Download Link
Dr Adrian James.pdf Download Link
Fiona Butler.pdf Download Link
PM sessions

Breakout F: Meeting the physical needs of people with mental illness

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Maxwell room, first floor

2.00pm Welcome and introduction
Chris Naylor, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

2.05pm A complete coverage approach to mental health in primary care: what happens in Hackney
  • Hear about the development and implementation of a holistic approach that puts mental health at the heart of the GP practice
Dr Rhiannon England, Clinical Lead for Mental Health and Children, Hackney CCG

Equally Well: achieving equal physical health across the UK
  • Understand why people living with mental illness lose an average of 17 years of life, mostly as a result of poor and poorly supported physical health.
  • Equally Well UK is a new collaborative to support organisations across the health system to offer better support: from help with smoking cessation and healthy weight management to cancer screening, dentistry and treating ill health.
Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health
Chris Lynch, member of the lived experience advisory group for Equally Well UK

2.45pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Andy Bell.pdf Download Link
Rhiannon England.pdf Download Link

Refreshments, exhibition and networking

03:00 PM 04:00 PM Orangery, ground floor

PM sessions

Session four: Closing plenary

03:20 PM 04:45 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

3.20pm Welcome back
Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health

3.25pm PRISM: a sustainable integrated community-based service model
  • Hear how the primary service for mental health model (PRISM) brings together specialist mental health, primary care and community services.
Dr Emma Tiffin, GP, Clinical Mental Health Lead, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough STP

3.45pm Panel discussion: Primary care networks: opportunities created by the move towards a more networked approach to primary care
  • Hear from GPs about the future of mental health in their practice, focusing on the new vision and the challenges and opportunities it creates
  • The discussion will be facilitated by Tim Kent, Primary Care Service Lead, Consultant Primary Care Psychotherapist & Social Worker, The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust
Panel discussion participants:
Tim Kent, Primary Care Service Lead, Consultant Primary Care Psychotherapist & Social Worker, The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Kufeji Omotayo, GP Partner, Newport Pagnell Medical Centre, Clinical Director, The Bridge PCN, Milton Keynes
Dr Nitin Joshi, General Practitioner, Leicester City
Our policy expert, Beccy Baird, will join the panel to offer her reflections from the whole event day.

4.20pm Questions and discussion

4.45pm Close of session

Speakers

Emma Tiffin.pdf Download Link