Digital technology has the potential to make services more accessible,
meet waiting time targets, and improve health economic outcomes. This unique event will delve into the detail of the technologies, apps and digital innovations that are enabling mental health professionals to deliver better care.
• Find out how to use digital technology to improve the delivery and quality of your mental health care
• Get to grips with the challenges of building relationships between NHS and the technology industry
• Deploy digital innovations to support choice, more accessible services, enabled self-management and self-care
• Get a unique insight into the challenges of rolling out an Electronic Patient Record system
• Learn how to implement online interventions that will help you to meet access and waiting time targets
• Improve your clinical and economic outcomes through the use of digital technology
From online psychological therapies to apps enabling self-management for psychosis or bipolar disorder, this interactive useful day offers you as a commissioner or provider the opportunity to find out which digital solutions are already making a difference in mental health trusts across the country.
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|8.30||Registration and networking|
|9.30||Opening remarks from the chair and 'Speed Networking'|
Overcoming the challenges of NHS and technology industry collaboration
Examining how technology companies are emerging out of academic/NHS collaborations
Strategies for NHS trusts to find appropriate technology partners
Relationship building: the challenges of building working relationships between technology companies and the NHS: culture clashes, Intellectual Property sharing considerations and integration with NHS systems
Dr Richard Hopkins, Consultant Psychiatrist, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust
INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVED MENTAL HEALTH CARE
ELECTRONIC PATIENT RECORDS
The Leeds Care Record: a digital revolution for mental health services?
Identifying the benefits and challenges of rolling out an Electronic Patient Record system
Examining how the Leeds Care record works: sharing information from mental health and care records between services across the city
Understanding the training and development requirements for staff
Experiences so far: to what extent has improved data accessibility led to quicker, more informed and accurate clinical decisions? What difference has system made in terms of joined-up multi-agency working?
Understanding service user and carer perspectives
Dr Nick Venters, Consultant Psychiatrist and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Leeds and York Partnerships NHS Foundation Trust
Exhibitor Spotlight Presentation
|10.55 - 11.40||
Networking break and Mental Health Techfest
Networking Break, Exhibition Viewing & Mental Health Techfest Presentations
Leading Ground-Breaking Evidence Based Research and Digital Health for state-ofthe- art Outcome Predictions
Byron George, PCMIS Director
The Use of Mobile Health Technology in the Mental Health Space
James Coe, Global Partner Manager
EXPLORING APPS FOR MENTAL HEALTH CARE
Memory apps for dementia
Identifying how touchscreen technology can enhance quality of life for people living with dementia
Exploring apps for use by and with people living with dementia: how can they be used to engage with vulnerable older members of our communities?
Outlining the experience of the Memory Apps for Dementia partnership in embedding touchscreen technology in care homes: exploring the impact on quality of life
Gill Roberts, Regional Manager, Alive!
The Actissist app: delivering CBT-informed strategies in early psychosis
Current progress: what stage is the app at now?
Understanding how user feedback is being used to shape the app design
Feedback and experiences so far
Dr Sandra Bucci, Clinical Psychologist / Senior Lecturer, School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Manchester
Apps for pain management: CBT-based digital tools for people with chronic pain
Evaluating the role of digital tools in the pathway of care for people with chronic long term pain
Examining two apps that have been developed for pain management: understanding their role in self-assessment and self-monitoring
Getting to grips with how to use the apps in a stepped care model: experiences of IAPT teams
Examining the user experiences so far: patients and clinicians
Assessing the impact of these digital tools on service provision change across Leeds
Dr Frances Cole, GP and Pain Rehabilitation Specialist, Pain Toolkit and Pain Plan Workshops
10 Minutes of Inspiration: Implementation of Online Care Models in the NHS
Fennie Wiepkema, Director, UK, Minddistrict
ONLINE PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPY
Overcoming the implementation challenges of online therapy services
Is there a mismatch between the research/NICE recommendations and the reality of online service delivery?
New ways of thinking to support your cCBT package: getting staff on board and overcoming negative practitioner beliefs about online therapy
Integrating cCBT into your service offering: not just an add-on
Assessing whether cCBT really increases access for all: does it actually engage a wider range of people than traditional therapy?
Overcoming IT and security challenges
Judith Chapman, Clinical Director, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Case study: Providing online therapy to the carers of people with dementia
Developing an online CBT toolkit for the carers of people with dementia
Challenges and solutions
Learning so far
Dr Jane Fossey, Associate Director of Psychological Services, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Networking break and stand by your posters
Has your organisation introduced a digital solution that has improved outcomes, waiting times or user experience? Then why not bring a poster that shares the challenges you faced and the impact of the innovation. This afternoon break gives all attendees who have brought a poster the chance to “stand by it” and share their experiences with other delegates.
ONLINE FAMILY THERAPY INTERVENTIONS
Case study: Cutting access and waiting times and delivering improved clinical and economic outcomes through online family therapy interventions
Outlining how the online family intervention service works: who delivers the intervention? What are the practical challenges and benefits? What does the referral pathway look like?
Assessing the extent to which the service can help to meet access and waiting time targets
Overcoming the challenges of risk management and safeguarding for online services
Clinical outcomes for the service user: measuring the impact on markers for relapse and re-hospitalisation such as substance misuse and treatment adherence
Clinical outcomes for the family: assessing the impact on family distress and family burden
Health economic outcomes: comparing the cost of online vs face-to-face services, and considering the wider health economic benefits
Dr. Frank Burbach, Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Lead for Early Intervention in Psychosis Service, Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust & Richard Andrews, Chairman and Founder, Healios
|3.50||Questions for afternoon speakers|
|4.20||End of conference|
Mental Health Trusts including:
To start your application, please submit the following details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, please download and complete the poster application form
All applications are welcome from either registered or reserve place attendees - successful submissions will be notified within one week of application. Please do contact the team on 01732 897788 if you have any questions.
Do you work in IAPT or CAMHS? Have you developed your service and want to share your work? We are always looking for interesting examples and experiences.
With all of our courses driven by best practice, we would welcome you to approach us to take part. Benefits of presenting:
Please contact Sarah Kemm if you would like to take part in one of our forthcoming events on 01732 897788 or email@example.com