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2019 IAPT National Networking Forum
 When: Wednesday, January 23, 2019
 Where: Birmingham City Football Ground, Birmingham
 Timing: Registration 9:00 AM | Start 9:30 AM | Close 4:40 PM
 Public Sector Price: £209 plus VAT
“One of the most valuable forums with real practical and service focussed issues. Have gathered wealth of information to enhance our services” IAPT 2018

Providing excellent networking, outstanding speakers and relevant content, this instructive and well organised forum, year-on-year, offers both valuable information and real inspiration to continue to drive your service forward.

2019 IAPT National Networking Forum is dedicated to recent progress, new initiatives and alternative delivery methods.

Featuring useful service improvement discussions, this innovative day will grow your awareness of IAPT developments nationally and how they are being implemented locally. There will be lots of food for thought, so you can recognise what good work you are already doing and take new ideas back to your service.

Your annual opportunity to check in with IAPT services from across the country

The engaging morning plenary will bring all attendees together to engage in leading national coverage and fresh local content:

•   National IAPT update: mapping the current position and routes to progression 
•   Opportunity and implications of IAPT in Primary Care
•   Consequences of the CYP green paper: IAPT and University pathways
•   Q&A with the morning speakers: developing and evolving new delivery rates


The interactive optional afternoon workshops will provide robust, high-quality training sessions on:

1 - IAPT in deprivation areas

2 - IAPT staff wellbeing  

3 - Physical Activity for Mental Health
4 - Complexity in IAPT

5 - IAPT with offenders
6 - IAPT for Body dysmorphic disorder

Take one day out to improve your understanding of what other organisations are doing. Bring your challenges, and take back new strategies from:
  • Ursula James, IAPT Programme Manager, NHS England
  • Dr Amanda Gatherer, Chief Psychologist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust
  • Dr Judy Leibowitz, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Lead & Head of Trust IAPT Services, Camden iCope & Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust
  • Kerry Rolls, Student Wellbeing Coordinator, Bournemouth University
  • Kelly Colbeck, Low Intensity Lead, Bournemouth & Christchurch, Steps 2 Wellbeing, Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Sarah Wileman, Head of Talking Matters, MHM, Talking Changes in Durham
  • Linda Brownbridge, Clinical Lead, Open Minds, IAPT North East Lincolnshire
  • Beckie Smith, Team Manager, Open Minds, IAPT North East Lincolnshire
  • Rebecca Minton, National IAPT Workforce Development and Wellbeing Lead, NHS England
  • Dr Sarah Hunt, Clinical Psychologist, Deputy Head of Service, LIFT Psychology
  • Jonathan Munro, Head of Prisons and Criminal Justice Services, North East Prisons IAPT service, Rethink Mental Illness
  • Dr Martin Anson, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology, Canterbury Christ Church University
  • Dr Victoria Lawson, Principal Health Psychologist & Psychologist Clinical Champion - Physical Activity, Talking Therapies Southwark & Public Health England

For more details about the speakers visit the news board

The agenda for the day
9.00 Registration and refreshments
9.30 Chair’s opening remarks
Dr Amanda Gatherer, Chief Psychologist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust
2019 Progress Update
9.40 National IAPT update: mapping the current position and routes to progression
   IAPT in 2018: national results from the past year and focal points for 2019
   The role of “champions” in services
   Co-location vs Integration – the GP3000 commitment alongside IAPT-LTC
Ursula James, IAPT Programme Manager, NHS England
10.10 Opportunity and implications of IAPT in Primary Care
   Investigation into the iCope Camden and Islington experience
   Enabling a greater access to the treatment pathways for mental health conditions
   Reality of therapists working from GP premises: effectiveness of expanding the IAPT programme
Dr Judy Leibowitz, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Lead Camden iCope, Head of Trust IAPT Services, Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust
10.50 Networking break
11.20 Implications of the CYP green paper: IAPT and University pathways
   Engaging young people and universities in IAPT: working with the student population
   Mental Health Support Teams: providing support for those with mild to moderate needs
   Case study examples: how IAPT services and PWP interventions can be used for this group
Kerry Rolls, Student Wellbeing Coordinator, Bournemouth University
Kelly Colbeck, Low Intensity Lead, Bournemouth & Christchurch, Steps 2 Wellbeing, Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust
Sarah Wileman, Head of Talking Matters, MHM, Talking Changes in Durham
12.00 Q&A with morning speakers: Developing and evolving new delivery rates
Discussion with the morning speakers
12.30 Networking lunch
IAPT Initiatives Workshops Part 1
1.40 Each workshop will be 1 hour and 20 minutes, made up of presentation and discussion or working through practical examples. Attendees can choose one workshop from the following:
1 - IAPT in Deprivation Areas
2 - IAPT Staff Wellbeing
3 - Physical Activity for Mental Health
How to develop IAPT services in areas of social and economic deprivation
   Higher IAPT referrals in deprived areas: impact on reliable improvement or moving to recovery
   Case study examples of the link between deprivation and anxiety and depression recovery rates
   Guidance on best practice: shared experience and ideas for effective service development
Linda Brownbridge, Clinical Lead, Open Minds, IAPT North East Lincolnshire
Beckie Smith, Team Manager, Open Minds, IAPT North East Lincolnshire
Adapting psychological interventions for the perinatal period
   Applying a perinatal frame of mind: perinatal worries
   Barriers to treatment: adapting behavioural and cognitive techniques
   ECHO treatment, results and outcomes: barriers to adherence
Building an environment that embraces IAPT staff wellbeing and retention
   What can be done to support the wellbeing of the IAPT workforce?
   How to develop and retain staff in IAPT services
   Examples of best practice from IAPT services and beyond
Rebecca Minton, National IAPT Workforce Development and Wellbeing Lead, NHS England
Physical activity for the management and prevention of mental health problems: key evidence and practice
   Definitions, guidelines and evidence base for physical activity and inactivity
   Importance of physical activity for prevention and management of mental and physical health problems
   How to integrate physical activity into clinical practice
   Understanding the association between physical activity and mental health
Dr Victoria Lawson, Principal Health Psychologist - Talking Therapies Southwark, Psychologist Clinical Champion - Physical Activity, Public Health England
3.00 Networking break
IAPT Initiatives Workshops Part 2
3.20 Each workshop will be 1 hour and 20 minutes made up of presentation and discussion or working through practical examples. Attendees can choose one workshop from the following:
4 - Complexity in IAPT
5 - IAPT with Offenders
6 - Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Managing complexity in IAPT: assessment, risk management and high-quality care
   Addressing the gap between primary and secondary care
   Supporting people with difficulties on the spectrums of ‘personality disorder’
   Improving access to those with complex needs
Dr Sarah Hunt, Clinical Psychologist, Deputy Head of Service, LIFT Psychology
Developing an effective strategy for IAPT with offenders
   Ensuring support is provided to people who engage with services: outcomes assessed
   The role of IAPT in early intervention: providing timely equivalence of primary care
   Working with short term offenders and people on probation
Jonathan Munro, Head of Prisons and Criminal Justice Services, North East Prisons IAPT service, Rethink Mental Illness
How IAPT services deliver the treatment of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)
   Insight into ‘A treatment manual on Body Dysmorphic Disorder’
   Guidance on diagnosing the symptoms: when does a concern with appearance become BDD
   Delivering treatment: cognitive behavioural therapy and medication
Dr Martin Anson, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology, Canterbury Christ Church University
4.40 Close of day
Since its inception in 2012, 400+ IAPT representatives from across the country have attended the annual IAPT National Networking Forum. It's your opportunity to share, learn and network with your peers from IAPT services around the country.

This forum is for everyone working in IAPT including Clinical Psychologists, HI and CBT Therapists, PWPs, Project Managers, Clinical Leads and Team Managers as well as Commissioners of Psychological Therapy services.


Call for posters
Are you booked or planning to attend? Would you like to share your work? Then please do read this page and send us your details....
Poster content guidance:
  • Posters should include images as well as text, and photographs of the individuals or service involved. There will be a ‘stand by your poster’ session during the day when attendees can discuss your work. Posters should share innovative and effective ways of working and reflect on the following questions:
  • What challenge were you addressing in your service improvement?
  • What strategies or processes were tried?
  • What evidence or guidance informed these strategies?
  • What service improvement outcome was achieved? How was that measured?
  • What impact did this have on the wider service: users, staff, organisational processes?
  • What did you learn and how can this benefit other services to improve?
Poster submission requirements
  • Any registered conference attendee from the NHS, public or charity sector may present a poster
  • Only one poster presentation is allowed per registered attendee/author
  • Posters must be registered by two weeks prior to the conference and be brought on the day
  • This can consist of one sheet (A1) or up to 12 sheets of A4 paper – in Power Point
  • Posters will go onto portrait orientated boards of 1m x 2m and Velcro will be provided for fixing
Poster application information:

To start your application, please submit the following details to: enquiries@nnf-events.co.uk

  • Author details: (100 words or less)
  • Author email: (to be published)
  • Poster title:
  • Poster abstract: (200 words or less)

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.

Call for speakers

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:

  • Case study driven presentations - if you are part of a team who has implemented a new project or idea then this is the platform to share your experiences.
  • Put you and your achievements out there - whether you are a PWP, IAPT or CAMHS Service Lead, Clinical Psychologist, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist or Psychotherapist or a mental health nurse , we will be holding an event which will enable you to share your tools to help others in IAPT and CAMHS deal with their challenges.
  • Time to think and focus - away from your everyday environment you can hear others’ presentations and think objectively and innovatively about how you manage your work.
  • Raise your profile and network with like-minded - compare your work with what is happening in other services. By attending a relevant event you can mix with people who understand your concerns, benchmark your progress and drive forward your experience in a sharing environment.

Please contact Sarah Kemm if you would like to take part in one of our forthcoming events on 01732 897788 or sarah.kemm@sbk-healthcare.co.uk

Pricing Structure
  • £209 + VAT - NHS or Public Sector for one place
  • £699 + VAT - Commercial Organisation for one place
  • £599 + VAT - Commercial Organisation two or three places (each)
  • £579 + VAT - Commercial Organisation four or more places (each)
Do you really want to attend an event, but can’t see funding being available? NNF events have put together a page of cost saving tips, travel advice and useful ideas to help you to build your business case. Click here to view the justify your attendance document.
Optional Accommodation at Clayton Birmingham Hotel, Albert Street, Birmingham, B5 5JE for Tuesday 22nd January
  • £105 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
Bed and breakfast accommodation is available for this event at a specially discounted rate. Simply tick the dates that you wish to book when making your booking and we will contact you directly for your credit card guarantee details.
We regret that bookings for bed and breakfast accommodation cannot be confirmed without full credit card details. Your credit card will only be charged in the event that the invoice has not been settled one month following the event and only with prior communication.
Reservations
If your funding has not yet been secured or you would like to hold your place with no obligation, you can reserve your place with us. Please email enquiries@nnf-events.co.uk with your details:
  • Booking contact: Name, job title, department, email, telephone
  • Event(s) to reserve for: Title, date
  • Delegate details (for each delegate): Name, job title, department, email, telephone
  • Organisation details: Name, address
Alternatively you can make a confirmed booking by sending the above information to bookings@nnf-events.co.uk
Modify Registration
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Venue
Birmingham City Football Ground, Birmingham
St Andrew’s Stadium, Birmingham, B9 4RL
0344 557 1875
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