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DIGITAL IAPT 2017 Disrupting IAPT: can digital pathways 'change the game'?

Monday 8 May 2017
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

DIGITAL IAPT 2017 Disrupting IAPT: can digital pathways 'change the game'?
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“Digital technology can accelerate more sophisticated and acceptable service delivery, data capture, interpretation and support, and have a very significant transformational and long-term impact. Adoption of digitally enabled service delivery is long overdue in mental health systems, and should be a key element to support the ambitions of The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health… Over the past year, the NHS has developed the first digital strategy for mental health, bringing together investment of £67.7 million over three years.” Five Year Forward View for Mental Health One Year On, 2nd March 2017 

This national summit led by Jeremy Clarke CBE, Chair of New Savoy Conferences, will focus on the development of digital technologies in IAPT following the government pledge to adopt digital enabled service delivery in mental health.

Topics will include; From ‘command and control’ to ‘choice and personal control’; How the Government will support digital pathways to transform the IAPT journey in the next decade; Can digital therapies be the key to how we personalise our interventions more effectively?; CLINICAL PRACTICE EXTENDED SESSION: What do we do when ‘what works’ - CBT - doesn’t work? Using real-time tracking to prevent treatment failure in CBT and improve recovery outcomes for IAPT; Emotional wellbeing begins at home: using a digital pathway to improve doctor’s stress levels; DISRUPTING IAPT, CHANGING THE GAME: players, managers and supporters discuss.


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