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Capita announces details of its Improving Mental Health in Scotland Conference

Capita's Improving Mental Health in Scotland Conference is taking place on Tuesday 18th September 2012 in Edinburgh

PRLog - June 26, 2012 - LONDON -- ***

Capita’s Improving Mental Health in Scotland Conference provides you with a crucial opportunity to gain insight into the key themes and proposals outlined in the new Mental Health Strategy 2012-2015.

Timed to coincide with the release of the strategy, this event will focus on the direction of travel for the next 4 years. Expert speakers will provide crucial advice and guidance from best practice examples of the work to improve mental health services

Key session will cover implementing early intervention and prevention work, delivering person-centred care, developing improved community mental health services and driving forward the anti-stigma agenda.

Attend this event to develop a strategic approach to promoting mental wellbeing in your community and ensure a culture of continuous improvement of mental health service provision.

Our Expert Speakers Include:

Chair: Frances Simpson, Chief Executive, Support in Mind

Linda Irvine, Strategic Programme Manager for Mental Health and Wellbeing, NHS Lothian

Andreana Adamson, Chief Executive, The State Hospitals Board for Scotland and Chief Executive, The Forensic Network

Alison White, Acting Head of Service, Midlothian Council

Dr David Gerber, Clinical Director, Gartnavel Royal Hospital

Simon Bradstreet, Director, Scottish Recovery Network

Linda Brown, Housing Support Services Manager, Health in Mind

Benefits of Attending

Benefit from an overview by NHS Health Scotland on their work in driving mental health improvement

Understand the importance of early recognition in improving outcomes for patients to make cost savings to the NHS, local authorities and other services

Examine the balance between community and inpatient provision and the role of crisis services as a first contact for those in distress

Ensure service users are placed at the centre of care and treatment and are involved in decisions about service design and planning

Hear best practice work on improving the mental health of offenders and interventions for reducing reoffending

Identify strategies for embedding peer support in your provision as part of a recovery based approach within mental health services

Learn how to effectively eliminate stigma and tackle discrimination to improve public attitudes towards people with mental illness

For more information, visit the website: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferen...

Contact – Catherine.Kennedy@capita.co.uk / 020 7202 0557

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