Mental Health Crisis Care Roadmap
This national NHS forum will investigate the best interventions in crisis care, where services are delivering models that pre-empt crisis, reduce repeat attendance, help children in crisis, and take different routes to emergency calls or police involvement. With specific focus on self-harm, suicide and substance misuse, this interactive day will delve into the implications of long-term support and planning as well as tackling crisis at the front door.
Now is the time to review your crisis care action plan, identify with national thinking and benchmark your best practice. When there are pockets of excellence across the country, this conference will bring different organisations together to share working models and best practice examples.
This solution focused event will identify with your challenges and put you on the right road to fixing them. Find out what works and what doesn’t work by sharing in initiatives and models from across the UK:
- National developments: realistic expectations from the Long-Term Plan
- CYP crisis models: delivered through interagency cooperation and joint working
- Preventing the crisis: long term emotional and practical support
- Reducing self-harm and suicide: working with young people and impacting on repeat attendance
- Responding to emergency calls: the specialist nurse working with the paramedic service
- When patients present to A&E: liaison teams reducing attendance and tackling substance misuse
- Coming into contact with the police: best practice in Street Triage and using SIM for crisis care
This conference is a must attend for Team Leaders, Clinical and Nursing Leads and Programme Managers from:
- Liaison psychiatry and mental health liaison services
- Crisis care and home treatment teams
- Community mental health teams and mental health inpatient services
- Third sector providers, the police, ambulance and paramedic services
- Personality disorder and complex care services
- CAMHS and IAPT services
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Delivering Care for People with Personality Disorders was held in Leicester in October and was described attendees as a “good day with great content”, that was “very informative and very useful for networking”, providing “exciting content on future practice and developments in BPD from other clinicians”.
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Share new initiatives and best practice models: taking the next steps in crisis intervention
|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
Linda Bennetts, Associate Director of Nursing, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
|9.40||Realistic expectations from the Long-Term Plan: multi-agency and workforce developments|
Joining up with different agencies: providing 24 hour crisis care, planning support and reducing readmissions
Tackling your workforce issues: fulfilling the need for increased staffing
What about budgets? How to write a good business case that will win the funding needed
Kate Chartres, Nurse Consultant, Sunderland Liaison Mental Health Service
Preventing the crisis
|10.10||Case study insight into a service that delivers long term emotional and practical support |
Offering one-to-one support: reducing contact with police and emergency services
Implications for people with complex needs and substance misuse issues
Develop coping skills through building confidence and awareness
Gemma Sanchez, Project Manager, York Pathways Project
|10.40||Reducing repeat attendance and suicide risk for people who self-harm and present at ED|
How the liaison psychiatry service can help people who self-harm and are at risk of suicide
Tools explained: SASHA, a self-harm aide for GPs; DistrACT, an app to improve patient understanding
Impact and outcome of personal support plans (PSPs) for patients and staff training
Sue Dursley, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Psychiatric Liaison, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
|11.10||Poster Presentation: GM Children and Young People’s Crisis Care Pathway|
Dr Krissie Ivings, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
When patients do present to A&E
|11.50||The role of the psychiatric liaison team in reducing frequent attendance to A&E|
Thinking outside the box around loneliness: impact of support work and intervention
Developing effective triage/screening: working closely with ED
Insight into the outcomes of joint working and training to meet a wider need from a small team
Rebecca Ramsey, Clinical Lead, Gateshead Psychiatric Liaison Team
|12.20||Tackling substance misuse: developing a service to meet needs and life crisis issues|
Planned admissions and RADAR pathway: delivering bespoke 5-7 day rapid alcohol detoxification
Co-producing care plans: offering a unique, medically managed and recovery-focused treatment
Providing a cost-effective service with unique clinical outcomes in a therapeutic setting
Clare Hilton, Ward Manager, Chapman Barker Unit, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
CYP crisis models
|1.50||Developing a model to deliver effective care for children and young people in crisis|
Insight into the wider crisis approach to CYP mental health
Providing the most appropriate support: interagency cooperation and joint working
Understanding the outcomes and impact of effective crisis care and risk assessment in CAMHS
Sarah Watson, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Mita Saha, Clinical Nurse Specialist, and John Barnard, Project Lead, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
|2.20||Crisis working with families in bereavement and preventing suicide in young people |
If U Care Share: saving lives, supporting communities and preventing suicide
Tackling emotional and mental health: changing culture and communities
Insight into the training and support and the implications for prevention and intervention
Shirley Smith, Chief Operating Officer & Founder, If U Care Share Foundation
Responding to emergency calls
|3.10||When a mental health crisis is responded to by a specialist nurse and a paramedic |
Practicality of bringing together health and social care professionals
Insight into the impact of mental health care: pros and cons of treating patients at home
Outcomes of providing specialist care: impact on patient experience and hospital admissions
Carly Lynch, Mental Health Lead and Benjamin Lawrie, Paramedic Lead, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Coming into contact with the police
|3.40||Police officers and health professionals working together to provide Street Triage|
Taking a multi-agency approach: achieving the best outcomes for persons in crisis
How the mental health nurse works with the police: impact of the different roles and responsibilities
Effectively responding to people in crisis: outcomes shared and rolled out elsewhere
Vicki Noble, Senior Mental Health Practitioner, Clinical Lead, Criminal Justice, Liaison and Diversion, Street Triage Teams, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
|4.10||Improving person centred care for high intensity patients|
Formed in 2016 and funded by NHS England, the High Intensity Network coordinates improved multi-agency crisis care across police, ambulance, A&E and mental health crisis teams. It is radically changing our collective understanding of crisis care and improving care connectivity. By the end of this year, over half of the mental health trusts in England will be connected to the network and moving forward together within this Community of Professional Practice. This talk will provide some valuable insights into how we can provide safer and more hopeful outcomes for some of our most challenging and traumatised clients.
Paul Jennings, Network Director, High Intensity Network
|4.40||Close of day|
Learn innovative, effective and viable solutions from presentations led by experienced crisis care professionals:
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