Mental health in primary care

Date: 
Time: 
8.30-5.00pm
Venue: 
The King's Fund, London W1G 0AN
Event type: 
One-day conference

About

About this event

Both the General practice forward view and The five year forward view for mental health highlight the importance of integrating mental health and primary care services to provide better experiences and outcomes for patients.

This event will showcase some of the best practice taking place across England in integrating mental health and primary care, demonstrating the benefits for both the mental health and primary care workforce and providing more joined-up and holistic care for patients and service users.

What will you gain at this event?

  • Updates on The five year forward view for mental health and the General practive forward view and the support national bodies are providing towards more integrated working.
  • Learning from the vanguards on how their new care models incorporate mental health in primary care settings.
  • Case studies on how joint working can help GPs support people with complex needs, new roles for IAPT services (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies), and innovative approaches towards supporting people with a range of mental health problems in primary care.
  • Discussions on how to best support and develop the primary care and mental health workforce.

Programme

8.30am: Registation opens, exhibition and networking

Breakfast workshop

9.00am-9.45am: Improving physical health for patients with serious mental illness

A year after speaking at our event, Joining up physical and mental health care, Kate Dale will provide an update on the outcomes and results of her physical health checks for mental health patients project in Bradford.

Kate Dale, ‎Mental and Physical Health Project Lead, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and The Academic Health Science Network, Yorkshire and Humber

This session is being organised by TPP. More details to be announced soon.

Session one: Supporting greater integration of mental health in primary care

10.00am: Welcome and introduction

Chris Naylor, Senior Fellow, Health Policy, The King's Fund

10.10am: Working with primary care to deliver the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health

  • Hear an update on the work to deliver the Taskforce’s recommendations

Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, Mind and Chair, Independent Mental Health Taskforce

10.30am: Delivering the GP Forward View

  • Hear about the work being done to deliver the investment in an extra 3,000 mental health therapists to work in primary care by 2020.

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners

10.40am: New models of mental health in primary care

  • Like Minded is a project which brings together patients, carers, doctors, nurses, charity and voluntary groups and other experts to work together to improve mental health and wellbeing across North West London.

Dr Fiona Butler, Chair, West London Clinical Commissioning Group

Jane Wheeler, Deputy Director, Mental Health, Strategy and Transformation, North West London Collaboration of CCGs

11.00am: Questions and discussion

11.15am: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session two: Sharing examples from the vanguards

11.45am: Welcome back

Dr Lise Hertel, GP and Clinical Associate, New Care Models Programme, NHS England

11.50am: Primary care psychological medicine in Principia MCP vanguard

Dr Chris Schofield, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Lead Consultant Psychiatrist, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

12.10pm: Primary care mental health service in West Cheshire Way

Dr Anushta Sivananthan, Medical Director, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership Foundation Trust

12.30pm: Integrating mental health into the Modality primary care model

Dr Will Murdoch, Executive Partner, Modality Birmingham

12.50pm: Questions and discussions

1.15pm: Lunch, exhibition and networking

Session three: Breakouts

A: Managing severe mental illness in primary care

2.15pm: Welcome and introduction

Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health

2.20pm: Panel session: What is the best way to support patients with severe mental illness within primary care

  • Supporting the physical health issues of people with severe mental illness
  • Transferring the management of people with severe mental health problems from mental health trusts to primary care
  • Medicines management and the role of pharmacy

Dr Safi Afghan, Primary Care Lead,The Royal College of Psychiatrists

Peter Pratt, Chief Pharmacist and Director of Pharmacy Services, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust

Alan Cohen, Retired GP

David Shiers, Carer and GP and Clinical Adviser, National Audit of Schizophrenia

Paul Radin, Governor, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust

3.00pm: Questions and discussion

B: New roles for IAPT services

2.15pm: Welcome and introduction

Dr Liz England, Mental Health Clinical Lead, NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG and Mental Health Clinical and Commissioning Lead, Royal College of General Practitioners

2.20pm: Camden and Islington IAPT services

  • Hear how new IAPT roles in GP practices are supporting staff to manage people with mental health problems
  • Learn about the work being done to support specific client groups including those with long-term health conditions, the BME population, unemployed and young people.

Lucy Wilson-Shaw, Deputy Clinical Lead, iCOPE: Camden and Islington Psychological Therapies and Wellbeing Service

2.40pm: Using IAPT to facilitate integration

  • Hear examples of two different IAPT services in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire

Jo Ryder, Consultant Counselling Psychologist, Clinical and Professional Lead for the Psychological Therapies Pathway – Oxfordshire, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

John Pimm, Clinical Lead, Healthy Minds, Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service, Buckinghamshire, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

3.00pm: Questions and discussion

C: Helping GPs manage patients with complex needs and co-morbidities

2.15pm: Welcome and introduction

Dr Phil Moore, Deputy Chair (Clinical), NHS Kingston CCG and Board member, NHS Clinical Commissioners

2.20pm: Integration in Primary care: the Tavistock model

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

2.40pm: Delivering a bio-psychosocial approach for pain in the Pennines

  • Learn about supporting people with persistent pain in primary care, involving and up skilling the primary and community care workforce

Dr Sarah Burlinson, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Royal Oldham Hospital, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

3.00pm: Questions and discussion

Joined by: Marsha McAdam, Service User

D: Children and young people

2.15pm: Welcome and introduction

Tim Atkin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist and Chair, DCP Faculty for Children, Young People and Their Families, The British Psychological Society

2.20pm: Innovative primary care-based approaches to supporting young people with eating disorders and personality disorders

  • Hear how the First Step programme provides care within the GP surgery for those suffering from eating disorders.

Dr Dominique Thompson, GP and Director of the Students’ Health Service, University of Bristol

2.35pm: Integrated working for young people’s mental health and wellbeing – The Well Centre in Streatham

  • Discover how the relaxed environment on a youth centre setting has been successful in offering young people access to GPs, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) counsellors and Redthread youth workers.

Dr Stephanie Lamb, GP and Co-founder, The Well Centre

2.50pm: Working with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in primary care

  • Learn about the work being done in Lancashire on REACH (Routine Enquiry about Adversity in Childhood)

Dr Warren Larkin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

3.05pm: Questions and discussion


3.15pm: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session four: Closing plenary

3.35pm: Welcome back

Professor Sir Simon Wessely, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists

3.40pm: Keynote address: Lessons from the USA

  • Learn about some of the work being done in the USA to integrate primary care and mental health services and the framework for different levels of integration.

Professor Harold Pincus, Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University

4.00pm: Panel session: what are the next steps for delivering integrated physical and mental health in primary care?

  • How can we support and develop the primary care and mental health workforce?
  • How can we commission services that integrate physical and mental health?
  • How can we make the most of the assets in primary care to deliver the best possible mental health services to the population?

Dr Anand Chitnis, Chair, NHS Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group

Dr Sheila Hardy, Nurse Educator and Senior Research Fellow, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Paul Radin, Governor, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust

4.25pm: Questions and discussion

4.40pm: Closing comments

4.45pm: Close of conference

Speakers

Speakers

Professor Harold Pincus

Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University (USA)

Dr Lise Hertel

GP and Clinical Associate, New Care Models Programme, NHS England

Paul Farmer

Chief Executive, Mind

Professor Sir Simon Wessely

President, Royal College of Psychiatrists

Dr Liz England

Mental Health Clinical Lead, NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG and Mental Health Clinical and Commissioning Lead, Royal College of General Practitioners

Will Murdoch

Executive Partner, Modality Birmingham

Andy Bell

Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health

Tim Kent

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

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard

Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners

Dr Fiona Butler

Chair, NHS West London CCG

Jane Wheeler

Deputy Director, Mental Health, Strategy and Transformation, North West London Collaboration of CCGs

Dr Chris Schofield

Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Lead Consultant Psychiatrist, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Dominique Thompson

GP and Director of the Students’ Health Service, University of Bristol

Dr Sarah Burlinson

Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Royal Oldham Hospital

Dr Anushta Sivananthan

Medical Director , Cheshire and Wirral Partnership Foundation Trust

Dr Phil Moore

Deputy Chair (Clinical), NHS Kingston CCG and Board member, NHS Clinical Commissioners​

Dr Sheila Hardy

Nurse Educator and Senior Research Fellow, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Ravi Sharma

Programme Clinical Lead (Clinical Pharmacy), NHS England, and Senior Practice Pharmacist, Stockwell Lodge Medical Centre ​

Tim Atkin

Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist and Chair, DCP Faculty for Children, Young People and Their Families, The British Psychological Society

Kate Dale ‎

Mental and Physical Health Project Lead, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and The Academic Health Science Network, Yorkshire and Humber

Jo Ryder

Consultant Counselling Psychologist, Clinical and Professional Lead for the Psychological Therapies Pathway – Oxfordshire, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

John Pimm

Clinical Lead, Healthy Minds, Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service, Buckinghamshire, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Warren Larkin

Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Stephanie Lamb

GP and Co-founder, The Well Centre

Lucy Wilson-Shaw

Deputy Clinical Lead, iCOPE: Camden and Islington Psychological Therapies and Wellbeing Service

David Shiers

Carer and GP and Clinical Adviser, National Audit of Schizophrenia​

Dr Anand Chitnis

Chair, NHS Solihull CCG

Alan Cohen

Retired GP

More speakers to be announced soon

Exhibition

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Supporters

Anxiety UK

Anxiety UK is a national charity supporting those affected by anxiety, stress and anxiety based depression. With over 46 years’ experience, Anxiety UK delivers a variety of services including a national information line and offers a range of talking therapies.

Centre for Mental Health

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