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Mental Health Quality Summit 2018: Meeting and Measuring Progress against the CQC Quality Ratings in Mental Health

Monday 18 June 2018
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Mental Health Quality Summit 2018: Meeting and Measuring Progress against the CQC Quality Ratings in Mental Health
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“Outstanding mental health services – like Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust and East London NHS Foundation Trust – provide care in hospitals and round-the-clock care in the community that are world-class. They have leaders, both at a provider and ward level, who shape the care they deliver around the people who receive it. The challenge is how to ensure that everyone, no matter where they live or who they are, has access to services of this quality…The pressure on services at least partly explains why, at 31 May 2017, 36% of NHS core services and 34% of independent mental health core services were rated as requires improvement for safe, with a further 4% of NHS and 5% of independent core services being rated as inadequate for safe…Those who deliver and commission care must learn from the services that are getting it right.” Dr Paul Lelliott Deputy Chief Inspector (Lead for Mental Health) Care Quality Commission 2017

“We have shown that mental health services can improve, despite the considerable pressures they face – almost three-quarters of NHS mental health trusts that were originally rated as inadequate or requires improvement improved their rating when we re-inspected.”  Care Quality Commission 2017

“Quality has improved overall, but there is too much variation and some services have deteriorated” Care Quality Commission, State of Care Report October 2017

This National Mental Health Quality Summit focuses on meeting and measuring progress against the CQC Quality Ratings. The conference aims to bring together clinicians and managers leading on quality improvement to understand current issues and the national context, and to debate and discuss key issues and areas they are facing in practice in meeting the CQC Quality Ratings in mental health settings. Through case studies from organisations that have been rated outstanding and extended interactive sessions the event will support you to both measure, monitor and meet the standards, and develop the leadership skills and culture to ensure continuous quality improvement.

This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working to measure, monitor and improve quality in mental health
  • Learn from outstanding practice in the measurement and surveillance of quality
  • Reflect on the perspectives of mental health organisations which the CQC has rated as outstanding
  • Get up to date with national developments in quality measurement
  • Reflect on how you can translate the CQC Quality Ratings into improving frontline services
  • Understand how to work with and engage staff to drive improvement and reduce variation
  • Self assess and expand your skills in quality improvement leadership
  • Improve the way you involve and engage people with lived experience in quality improvement
  • Reduce restrictive interventions in line with CQC advice and the National Quality Standard
  • Gain cpd accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence

100% of delegates at the last conference on this subject would recommend the event to a colleague

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