Meeting Mental Health Needs: Practical Interventions To Improve Services

Never has the profile of Mental Health been so high. In 2016, the government published its Five-Year Forward View, which included a promise to fund mental health services by an extra £1bn per year by 2020/21. The Minister for Loneliness role was created by the Prime Minister in January 2018. In May 2018, the government announced NHS perinatal mental health care would be rolled out across the UK.
There are several factors in achieving an overall improvement in the general population’s mental health. These range from early intervention and parity of esteem to improving integration and whole-person approaches. All institutions involved in improving mental health need to work together effectively. These include the NHS, social services, housing, education and the criminal justice system.
Our next event in our series of mental health conferences, Meeting Mental Health Needs: Practical Interventions to Improve Solutions, has an exceptional line-up of speakers and will be another excellent opportunity
  • to gain improved understanding of the myriad of factors and issues surrounding mental health
  • hear about latest developments and how to implement them
  • and track the journey towards a system of better treatment, integration and funding.
For more information please click here.
December 12th, 2018 8:30 AM   through   4:30 PM