My Way – A Conference on Care Pathways
31st May 2017 Media City Salford
Booking is now open for our annual conference in conjunction with Salford University.
This is a conference on care pathways and how outcome measure for patients’ rehabilitation can be improved to ensure individuals are treated in the least restrictive environment. This is moving through the pathway from high to medium to low secure then to locked rehabilitation and hopefully step through to supported living within the community. The amount of time this takes can be years and for some patients they reach their optimum and cannot progress to step down care.
All About Me is a recovery package which is person centred, owned by the patient with support from Nursing staff. All About Me was launched during 2016 and is in the process of being rolled out to all deaf rehabilitation facilities across the UK. Improved outcomes for patients are expected as a result of employing All About Me. BSL interpreters and Palantypists will be available through the conference.
- Dr Mats Dernevik, Clinical Psychologist
- Caris Vardy, Head of Specialised Mental Health and Learning Disability Commissioning, NHS England
- Gary Thorpe, Head or Recovery College Development, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
- Will Hough, Lecturer in Mental Health, University of Salford
- Dr Naomi Sharples, Associate Business (Business and Enterprise), Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester
- Suzanne Turner, CQUIN Manager
- Steve Richardson, Independent Mental Health Advocate
- Joanne Fortune, Ex Service user
Followed by workshops.
Priced at £50.00 +vat including lunch.
Places are limited.
Please book here.