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Past events


 

Event             

Venue

Date

"Maternity and mental health: making a difference"

The NCCMH and the Royal College of Psychiatrists' Education and Training Unit hosted an interactive conference which examined the barriers and solutions of implementating the APMH clinical guideline.

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To download the barriers and solutions summary, click here.

Institute of Physics, London

2nd October, 2007

"Improving Services and Support for People with Dementia: joining forces to improve dementia care"

A joint conference between the NCCMH and the National Audit Office presenting the NAO Value for Money survey and the NICE clinical guideline.

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Victoria park plaza hotel, London12th July 2007

Mental Health Outcomes – meeting the challenge

This conference, supported by the National Institute for Mental Health in England, the Healthcare Commission
and the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health is directed towards doctors, mental health nurses, service users, carers, other clinicians, social care staff and managers. It will explore attitudes and approaches to the use of routine clinical outcome measures in mainstream mental health and social care services.

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Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield

7th March 2007

Introducing the new NICE guideline: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & Body Dysmorphic Disorder

The guideline contains clinical recommendations for good practice based on the best available evidence in this field and is written for health care professionals, people with OCD and BDD and their carers. The conference aims to convey clinical messages from the guideline and personal experiences of people living with OCD and BDD. The conference is also geared to educate clinicians and service users on how to use this guidance.

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London

1st  Feb 2006

Depression in children and young people: recommendations from the NICE guideline

This guideline comprises clinical recommendations for good practice based on the best available evidence in the field. Following the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) report on the use of antidepressants in children and young people, there has never been a greater need for clarity on the best ways of managing depression in this group. Speakers will include experts from the group that developed the guideline and sessions will address the recommendations from the guideline and what this means for current practice. Young people and their carers will be involved in planning and presenting the conference.

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London

2nd November 2005

A new “transdiagnostic” form of CBT for eating disorders


In this two-day workshop Professor Fairburn, Oxford University, will describe a unified cognitive behavioural approach to the treatment of the full range of eating disorders seen in clinical practice (including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and the various forms of atypical eating disorder).

St. Georges Medical School, London

12th & 13th July 2005

PTSD what works and what doesn’t: The new NICE guideline on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


This one day conference aims to help support the NICE guideline on PTSD’s dissemination and implementation. Speakers will include the experts and PTSD sufferers who developed the guideline. Presentations will address the guideline recommendations for evidence-based and patient-centred care.

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London

6th April 2005

Working together to improve self harm services: the NICE guideline


NCCMH is organising a one day conference to support the guideline’s dissemination and implementation. Speakers will include many of the expert members who developed the guideline and presentations will address the guideline recommendations and the research evidence that underpins them.

Institute of Physics, London

20th October 2004

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