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1 Dec 2021
13:00 – 14:00

Zoom

Covid-19 has meant significant changes in how mental health services have been delivered, with a shift from face-to-face appointments to video and telephone consultations. In this free webinar, South West London and St George’s NHS Mental Health Trust, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust come together to share their innovations that are making a difference.
Chair: Professor Fiona Gaughran – Lead Consultant Psychiatrist, National Psychosis Service and Director or Research and Development, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Guest Speakers:
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust: Staying Connected with Service Users – A Digital Dashboard
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust: Providing Remote Behavioural Support for ADHD to Parents
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust: How do we perceive remote consultations? – a staff and patient survey
South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust: Recovery Colleges – Virtually Self-Managing Mental Health

This webinar is funded by the Q Network and is free to attend.

Who should attend?
The event is open for registration to stakeholders including, people with lived experience with mental health services, NHS Trusts, Private and Independent Mental Health Providers, Academic organisations, CCG and Local Authority Commissioners, Public Health, Social Care Organisations, GPs, Voluntary Organisations / Third Sector, relevant industry / digital organisations, Health Education England, Healthy London Partnership, Kings Health Partners, AHSNs, NHSEI, and other relevant stakeholders.

How will I join the online webinar?
The online webinar will take place via Zoom Webinar. A link will be emailed to you 3 days before the webinar takes place and again on the morning of the webinar.

This webinar will be recorded.

About the HIN:
The Health Innovation Network is south London’s Academic Health Science Network (AHSN), established by NHS England. Find out more here.

Do you have a question?
Please email George.Croft@nhs.net