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Delivering Excellence in Recovery Oriented Services in Mental Health

Friday 28 September 2018
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Delivering Excellence in Recovery Oriented Services in Mental Health

This event has now past, but there may well be news on the event including presentations and quotes from the day at our News pages here, a full list of our forthcoming events is available here.

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“People with mental health problems face stigma and discrimination, as well as often being subject to restriction and with this comes the potential for coercive practice. It is essential that those who work with people with mental health conditions recognise this and work in a way which aims to put the person in control. Recovery can mean different things for different people but ultimately services should support individuals to gain and retain hope and understand individual’s strengths. They should work to help people to engage in an active life, retain personal autonomy, social identity, meaning and purpose and achieve a positive sense of self. The NHS Five Year Forward View clearly sets out the need for services to work to improve patient experience and understand them in the context of a wider system.” CQC Brief guide:  Recovery Orientated Practice, March 2018

“It is self-evident that having a voice is fundamental to recovery for people with mental health problems. Therefore, building capacity to self-advocate should be a focus for peer support and recovery-oriented mental health services. Families and carers also have a key role to play in promoting the role of advocacy and self-advocacy as do mental health professionals and commissioners (health and local authority). In order to ensure that everyone who needs an advocate is able to access one, advocacy organisations need to work effectively with a variety of local stakeholders.” Karen Machin and Karen Newbigging IMROC Advocacy Briefing Paper: A Stepping Stone for Recovery

This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working to improve the quality of recovery orientated practices for service users
  • Improve the relationships and ways of working between service users, families/carers, mental health professionals and commissioners
  • Learn from established practice in the delivering excellence in Recovery Oriented Services in Mental Health
  • Understand and reflect on current challenges in recovery orientated services in mental health, and look at ways of over coming these challenges
  • Update your knowledge on national and local developments
  • Identify key strategies for improving recovery orientated practice for mental health and look at ways you can implement these changes in your organisation
  • Examine your role in improving recovery orientated services
  • Self assess and reflect on your own practice
  • Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence

100% of delegates at our previous conference on this subject would recommend it to a colleague

“Recovery is about building a meaningful and satisfying life, whether or not there are recurring or ongoing symptoms or mental health problems” The Centre for Mental Health

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