Monday, 7 July, 2014
Select Stadium (Halton Stadium), Lower House Lane, Widnes WA8 7DZ
9.30 am – 3.30 pm

 

Led by National Crisis Care Concordat Team and Strategic Clinical Networks 

Working together to deliver a high quality response when people – of all ages – with mental health problems urgently need help.

Day will include*:

  • Message from Ministers
  • HMG speaker and Concordat implementation support team – the Ambitions of the Concordat
  • Positive practice examples from the region and from other regions
  • Support for developing local Declarations from 22 national signatories
  • IT Support for clinicians
  • Locality group work
  • Reflections on the day and next steps

This event is open to anyone with an interest but would be of particular interest to:

  • Senior local representatives of Concordat signatories
  • Professional staff from NHS, social care or criminal justice sectors
  • Voluntary sector providers of crisis care
  • People with lived experience of mental health problems/crisis care

*Agenda subject to change according to local need

 

Click here to reserve a place at the event. 

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