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News and Updates from today's IAPT Long Term Conditions Conference

Judith Chapman speaks at today's IAPT LTC conferenceJudith Chapman speaks at today's IAPT LTC conference

Chaired by Paul Scates Senior Peer Specialist, Campaigner and Ambassador, this conference focuses on setting up and running IAPT services for Long Term Conditions in line with the national requirement to expand Improving Access to Psychological Therapies by commissioning (IAPT) services integrated into physical healthcare pathways.  Through national updates and practical case studies the conference will provide you with an essential guide ensuring your IAPT-LTC service is effective and improves outcomes for patients. 

Speakers and presentations:

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies-Long-Term Conditions (IAPT-LTC )

Judith Chapman Clinical Director Berkshire Talking Therapies 

• common mental health problems associated with long term conditions
• integrated NICE-recommended psychological therapies into physical healthcare services
• developing IAPT-LTC for all patients with a Long Term Condition 

Setting up and running an effective integrated IAPT-LTC service

Dr Renuka Jena Consultant Clinical Psychologist, IAPT Clinical Lead Harrow Talking Therapies Service
• commissioning IAPT-LTC
• how will we measure success and outcomes?
• communicating the service and gaining referrals
• learning from the early implementer sites 

Future conferences of interest:

Mental Health Awareness Training
Monday 12 November 2018, De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Improving End of Life Care for People with Dementia
Monday 12 November 2018, De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Decision Making and Mental Capacity: Implementing the 2018 NICE Guidance
Monday 14 January 2019, De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

8 October 2018


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