9:00 – Registration and refreshments
Please sign-up for afternoon table discussion panels during this time (on a first come, first served basis).
9:30 – Are you ready to Change the Future?
Get involved via Menti.com
9:55 – Formal welcome
10:15 – Challenge: Patient experience
Young Patient Activist; Chair, Hafal (Wales); Patient Representative, Welsh Royal College of Psychiatrists; Research Champion, National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH).
Twitter: @MairElliott1 ; @Hafal_ ; @RCPsychWales ; @ncmh_wales
10:30 – Challenge: The challenge from the front line (DOWNLOAD SLIDES)
Chair, Association of Chief Children’s Nurses; Executive Director of Nursing and Quality, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Twitter: @Sally_Shearer ; @ACCNUK ; @CYPNurseLeaders ;
10:45 – Challenge: Discussion Panel
11:00 – Challenge: Activity
11:15 – Refreshments
11:30 – Opportunity: Workforce (DOWNLOAD SLIDES)
Deputy Programme Lead, National Mental Health Programmes, Health Education England
11:45 – Opportunity: Transformation
12:00 – Opportunity: Patient Experience
12:15 – Opportunity: Discussion Panel
12:30 – Opportunity: Activity
13:00 – Lunch
13:45 – Action: Challenges & Opportunties
14:00 – Action: Table Discussion Panels
During this section of the day delegates have the chance to hear from speakers taking action across a range of themes. Each delegate will have the opportunity to attend two table discussion panels (please sign-up on arrival).
14:00-14:30 – Session A
14:30-15:00 – Session B
Isaac Bury, Young Advisor, Surrey Rights and Participation (RAP) Team, (@SurreyRAPTeam), Sharon Collins, Practice Development Sister, Brighton and Sussex Universities Hospitals Trust (@Stazz6Collins ; @BSUH_NHS) and Sam Bean, Mental Health Practitioner, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (@CamhsSam ; @withoutstigma) will share their experiences and discuss how risk is managed in acute hospitals settings.
Theme: Measuring Success
Luís Costa da Silva, Research Associate, Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) (@luis_cdsilva ; @CORCcentral), and Anisa Rashid, Research Assistant (Data), CORC (@CORCcentral), are working to measure the impact of projects including We Can Talk, Headstart and the NHS England’s mental health in schools trailblazer sites. How do we know what we’re doing is effective and how do we measure it? Find out more in a PowerPoint free discussion on data.
Theme: Workforce, well-being and experience
Michelle Johnson, Chief Nurse and Director of Patient Experience, Whittington Health NHS Trust (@johnsonmich18 ; @WhitHealth) and Neil Carleton, Programme Manager, Mental Health Workforce & Education, Health Education England working across Kent, Surrey and Sussex (@neil_carleton01 ; @HEE_KSS) are We Can Talk pioneers. Michelle’s recognition of the impact on her staff around CYP mental health while at Barts Health NHS Trust led to the creation of the We Can Talk project and Neil was instrumental in We Can Talk‘s role out across Kent, Surrey and Sussex. They will share their experiences around workforce, what they’ve seen make a difference and advice on how to take action.
Theme: Improving the relationship between acute and CAMHS
Anna Bray, Practice Development Nurse, Barts Health NHS Trust (@AnnalBray ; @NHSBartsHealth), and Sharon Ward, Head of Professional Nursing, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (@Justfortoday27 ; @CPFT_NHS) come together to share their experience of relationships between acute and CAMHS, how to work better together and the change they’ve seen in their own organisations.
Theme: Using agency RMNs
Ayasha Shadat, CAMHS Crisis Liaison Nurse, Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust (@BEHMHTNHS) and Suzanne McFarlane, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust (@Suzanne02190370 ; @NorthMidNHS) look at the themes that come up around the use of agency Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMNs) and explore staff experience of when working with RMN’s in their environments. Suzanne and Ayasha will share changes they have made in their locality and discuss how to implement further change despite encountering obstacles.
15:00 – Refreshments
15:15 – Action: Activity
How are you going to #ChangetheFuture for children and young people who present to hospital due to their mental health?
15:45 – Action: Change the Future
16:00 – Close
Please answer our five question event survey via Menti.com and tomorrow we will e-mail you a link to download a certificate of attendance for your CPD.
As a thank you for attending Change the Future 2019 please collect your We Can Talk goody bag on exit.
16:00 – 18:00 – Informal networking (nearby venue TBC)