Integrating IAPT Services for LTC and MUS
By hearing about the implementation process, from co-producing a plan to increasing staff and building a team culture, this conference will give you first hand insight into the difference integrated LTC can make to your patients and their recovery rates.
Find out the steps your service needs to take to overcome the hurdles and become part of a truly integrated physical and mental health service. This dedicated conference will bring you together with IAPT services, Mental Health Trusts, Third Party Providers and CCGs. From building pathways to enabling local partnerships, this unique conference will identify how to improve the prospects for patients and families with a fair service.
Investigate how the different pathways are built – from medically unexplained symptoms to diabetes, cardiac and respiratory, and identify how to develop your integrated IAPT service.
- Understand the impact and change in recovery rates in early implementer services
- Build an effective implementation plan for developing your integrated LTC/MUS pathways
- Overcome the barriers to achieve turnaround: delivering holistic, client-focussed support
- Meet the challenges of increasing access: training and delivery of therapy for LTC/MUS
- Discover what difference integrated care makes for LTC and MUS patients
- Share your concerns and insights and benchmark against the reality of service expansion
- Plan your workforce and how to deliver staff training and development for effective integration
- Enable recovery by equipping clients and promoting self-management to sustain wellness
Come together with IAPT services, Mental Health Trusts, Third Party Providers and CCGs. Expected attendees to Integrating IAPT Services for Long-Term Conditions and Medically-Unexplained Symptoms in 2018 include:
- IAPT Service Managers
- Clinical Leads
- LTC and MUS Clinicians
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapists
- Senior CBT Therapists
- Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners
- Senior PWPs and PWP Leads
- Commissioning Managers - Adult Mental Health
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Sharing good practice and new findings from wave one and wave two sites
|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Chairs opening remarks |
Ursula James, IAPT Programme Manager, Adult Mental Health Programme Delivery, Medical Directorate, NHS England
Expansion and delivery
|10.10||The challenges of increasing access: training and delivery of therapy for LTC/MUS |
Fulfilling the commitment to expand IAPT by 2021: increasing the number of people seen and treated
HI and LI approaches: supporting people with mental health problems and physical LTC or MUS
Integrating mental and physical health: impact on long term care costs
Ursula James, IAPT Programme Manager, Adult Mental Health Programme Delivery, Medical Directorate, NHS England
|10.40||Overcoming the barriers to achieve turnaround: delivering holistic, client-focussed support |
Understanding and accommodating physical limitations: responding to individual suitability
Case study: blending physical and psychological care in a single community setting
Insight into the workings of a good model: patient narratives shared
Rebecca Hughes, Service Lead, Insight Healthcare, Calderdale
|11.40||Case study insight: what difference does integrated care make for LTC patients? |
Designing a service to enable realistic targets and outcome monitoring for LTCs
Assessing the engagement of patients in physical health care settings using case study examples
Assessment of data using case study examples and the implications for service development
Vanessa Godden and Rona Hardy, LTC Senior Clinicians, PWS, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
|12.10||Panel session: IAPT long term conditions - the reality of service expansion |
Benchmarking your service: challenges and experiences shared
Will the quality of services be impacted on by asking staff to do more?
Making the difference: how digital therapies will impact on efficiencies
Featuring the speakers from the morning
Skills and resources
|2.00||Developing integrated LTC/MUS pathways: implementation plan and competency framework |
Impact of developing good relationships with physical healthcare staff
How to agree on an effective implementation plan: importance of co-location
How to go about getting referrals: what works? What doesn’t work?
Rebecca Gill, IAPT Project Manager, NHS England
|2.30||Workforce planning: delivering staff training and development for effective integration |
How can IAPT staff apply their existing skills differently to treat this client group?
Training challenges for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners and High Intensity Therapists
Steps taken to increase access yet maintain quality: delivering good levels of integration
Lucy Cotterill, Operational Lead, Primary Care Wellbeing Service (Telford and Wrekin) & Dr Sarah Watts, Clinical Lead/Consultant Clinical Psychologist, South Staffordshire IAPT and PCMH Teams
|3.20||Enabling recovery: promoting self-management to sustain wellness and recovery |
Enabling self-management: guiding clients towards identifying and achieving their goals
Equipping clients with the tools to self-identify problematic behaviours and act accordingly
Relapse prevention: making plans for the long-term maintenance of personal goals
Dr John Pimm, Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Lead Buckinghamshire Psychological Therapies Pathway, Healthy Minds, Buckinghamshire Primary Care Wellbeing Service
|3.50||Panel session: Insight into the recovery rates in early implementer IAPT services |
How the challenges of accessing and engaging people with LTC/MUS has been met
Different approaches to managing potential resistance to psychological treatment
From pre to post integration: impact of early implementer integration on LTC
Featuring the speakers from the afternoon
|4.30||Close of day|
First hand advice on tackling the challenges of increasing access from:
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