Liaison psychiatry services are a key part of the government’s mental health strategy, but without a standard service model, services are being set up on an ad hoc basis, with clinicians and managers having little opportunity to network with their peers from other services. This day brings together mental health liaison professionals including Consultant Psychiatrists & Liaison Psychiatrists, Mental Health Nurses and Service Managers, as well as commissioners, to learn from innovative service models and gain new ideas and strategies to use in their own teams.
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Have learnt a lot – good to hear from other Liason servicesDorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust
Different models, different experiences, same aimCumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Tailored specific event that made all content relevantWorcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust
Good to meet other professionals and to hear about how other services work & how effective they have beenGreater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Good presentations by knowledgeable clinicians. Clear concise presentationsUniversity of Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
The speakers were interesting and there was time to ask questions/have discussionsWorcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust
The documentation from Progressing Mental Health Liaison in the Acute Hospital which took place on 24 November 2015 in Birmingham, includes the following presentations:
- Liaison Psychiatry in North West London - Bridging the Gap
- Meeting the Challenges of Integrating Physical and Mental Health Care in the Acute Hospital -
- Case Study - Developing a Service Model for MH Liaison Services in a Rural Area
- Exploring the Role of Liaison Psychiatry in the Management of Long Term Conditions and Medically Unexplained Symptoms -
- Mental Health Liaison and Repeat Attenders - Useful Strategies
- Measuring Outcomes and Performance in Liaison Psychiatry -
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