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Improving Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness: Recovery through Early Interventions

Friday 25 May 2018
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Improving Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness: Recovery through Early Interventions

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By attending this one day conference you will hear from expert speakers on how you can improve Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness in your service and ensure you are meeting referral wait times standards.

 

“The NICE quality standard on psychosis and schizophrenia recommends that adults with a first episode of psychosis start treatment in early intervention in psychosis services within 2 weeks of referral. These services can improve clinical outcomes such as admission rates, symptoms and relapse. The access and waiting time standard states that from 1 April 2016 more than 50% of people experiencing a first episode of psychosis will be treated with a NICE approved care package within 2 weeks of referral. Since the introduction of this waiting time standard, the percentage of people starting treatment within 2 weeks as recommended by NICE has increased from 64% to over 80%. The Next Steps in the Five Year Forward View publication highlights some positive progress but mental health care remains a priority area for improvement. The data shows that NICE’s recommendations relating to psychological therapies for people with common mental health conditions and access to early intervention in psychosis services have seen improvements in uptake as these areas have become high priorities in the NHS. However, data from the Quality and Outcomes Framework and the CQC community mental health survey show that there is scope for improvement in the uptake of NICE guidance.” NICE guidance and current practice report 2017 Mental Health

 

Through national update sessions, presentations from people with lived experience, practical case studies and expert sessions the conference will update delegates on best practice and evidence with regard to the management of Serious Mental Illness. Your speakers on the day will be providing you with insight on a range of subject areas for improved early interventions for patients with Serious Mental Illness, such as: current best practice, collaborative working and social factors, measuring the effectiveness of psychological therapies for Serious Mental Illness, supporting the families of people suffering with psychosis for better recovery, and looking at the quality of life for patients suffering with psychosis and schizophrenia.

 

Benefits of attending :

This conference will enable you to -

• Network with colleagues who are working to improve services, practice and treatment for people who are experiencing Serious Mental Illness

• Understand the national context, evidence base and NICE Quality Standard on Psychosis and Schizophrenia

• Reflect on the lived experience of Serious Mental Illness

• Address how we can improve Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness to meet patients expectations

• Develop your skills and improve competence in delivering Psychological Therapies for Serious Mental Illness

• Learn from current best practice in improving Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness

• Learn from experts working in improving Psychological Therapies for Severe Mental Illness

• Learn from established practice improving access to services for people with Serious Mental Illnesses

• Understand how to work with people who are experiencing Serious Mental Illnesses

• Self assess and reflect on your own practice

• Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence

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