CYPMHS_CAMHS National Networking Forum
Take one day out to find out what transformation plans are being implemented across the country and how you can revitalise your plans for improving Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service. This targeted NHS networking conference will enable you to enhance your patient and staff experiences by gaining a fresh perspective and new ideas for driving forward effective change and improvements to enhance Children’s and Young People’s Mental Health Services.
By hearing from trusts who are taking innovative and inspiring steps to overhaul their services, you will leave with the knowledge and confidence to build your own capacity and deliver transformation within your service plus, effectively safeguard growing numbers of vulnerable children.
Investigate transformation plans for services and workforce, modelling services for vulnerable children, improving access to and safety of online therapies and driving forward new transition processes in line with individual service needs.
- Benchmark your service at a national level
- Progress plans to transform children’s and young people’s mental health services
- Establish Singe Points of Access
- Achieve localised needs for CAMHS
- Utilise online therapies
- Share your experiences of safeguarding children struggling with gender identity
- Deliver effect mental health crisis care and risk assessment
- Overcome shared challenges for smooth transition
- Discover innovative workforce development plans
By bringing together CAMHS/CYPMH Services, Acute and Mental Health Trusts, Third Party Providers and CCGs, this national conference will provide you with a unique opportunity to network with:
- Service Managers and Leads
- Programme Directors
- Consultant Psychiatrists
- Clinical Psychologists
- Clinical Leads
- CYP and Nurse Practitioners
- Community Support Works
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Build your capacity to deliver innovative transformation models and safeguard vulnerable children
|9.00||Registration, refreshment and networking|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks |
Cathy Street, Director, GIFT Partnership
Innovative transformation models
|9.40||Reforming systems around CYP mental health to improve care |
Explore current CQC reports and implement plans to progress care
Drive forward access to acute and community services
What will the future look like for CYPMHS on a national scale?
Max Davie, Consultant Paediatrician and Mental Health Lead, Royal College of Paediatric Child Health
|10.10||Innovations for driving forward workforce training and recruitment schemes to enhance CAMHS |
Building a skill mix, recruiting new members and training your workforce to improve care
Developing appropriate workforce training, ensure basic certification and improve retention and recruitment strategies for your service
Measuring the impact of enhanced support and education for your CAMHS team
|11.10||Case study: Progressing Single Points of Access (SPA) and integration of services for CYPMHS |
Practicalities and lessons learnt for implementing SPA for CAMHS
SPA in practice: how are referrals directed to the right provision efficiently?
Measuring the outcomes of streamlined care through SPA for CYP and their families
Alexa Carney, Access Centre Manager, Forward Thinking Birmingham
Improving access to technology
|11.40||Advancing safe yet effective online therapies for children and young people |
Utilising online platforms to improve capacity in children and young people’s mental health
Conducting appropriate risk assessment of emerging online innovations
A look to the future: how will online therapies continue to advance CYP mental health care?
Sophie Holt, Manager, Chester CAMHS, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
|12.10||Developing engaging and inspiring technologies to improve care in CAMHS |
What’s new on technology and funding from innovative providers
Safeguarding vulnerable CYPs
|1.40||Shared experiences for modelling services to improve care for gender diverse CYP |
Building and providing targeted interventions children and young people struggling with gender identity
Ensuring health care professionals are able access emotional wellbeing support for vulnerable patients
Exploring the results of targeted inventions for gender diverse patients
Jan Sampson, Training Manager, Mermaids UK
|2.10||Case study: Achieving localised needs by utilising a multi-agency approach to eating disorders |
Innovative multi-agency approaches for CAMHS: implementation processes and outcomes explored
Discover the benefits of multi-agency commissioning and practicalities for CAMHS
Implementing solutions to the barriers for multi-agency and multi-disciplinary working
Kevin Parkinson, Interim NHS Commissioning and Performance Consultant, and Trustee, First Steps Eating Disorders
Catherine Cleary, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, First Steps Eating Disorders
|3.00||Case study insights for delivering mental health crisis care and risk assessment for CYP |
Insight into the wider crisis approach to CYP mental health
Implementation of crisis care and risk assessment across multi-agency services
Understanding the outcomes and impact of effective crisis care and risk assessment in CAMHS
Sarah Watson, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Mita Saha, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
John Barnard, Project Lead, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Extending the scope of CAMHS
|3.30||Making transition smoother and safer for young people: commissioning services for 0-25 years |
Shared findings from HSIB CAMHS to AMHS report: what does this mean for services?
Improving the safety of vulnerable groups during the transition process
Assessing the outcomes and implementable steps to enhance transition care for young people in your service
Swaran Singh, Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry, University of Warwick
|4.00||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.20||Close of day|
This event follows on from Evidence-based Improvements for CAMHS in January 2018. Past attendees described the event as "well structured, insightful speakers, passionate workforce, compassionate for profession and their population", "stimulating and excellent networking" and "very informative presentations. Networking very helpful". Confirmed speakers include:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS and Public Sector (early bird until Friday 2nd November) : £149 + VAT per place
- NHS and Public Sector (standard price) : £199 + VAT per place
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Wednesday 23rd January 2019 at Clayton Birmingham Hotel, Albert Street, Birmingham B5 5JE : £105 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
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