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How psychologists contribute to service commissioning

19 June 2019 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
This event is free and open to DCP members only. Registration is required. See Pricing tab for more information.
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Registration deadline: 16 June

The majority of psychologists do not become involved in commissioning, but we are a profession that could contribute a lot to the development of services. Presenters will talk about their involvement in commissioning prior to a workshop asking participants to consider how they could become involved in their own areas. Presenters include Polly Kaiser talking about the development of the Manchester Mental Health Plan, Jane Fossey concerning the commissioning of services in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, Chris Allen about the development of a fledgling service for people with long term conditions in East Berkshire and Laura Ogi in relation to commissioning in Social Care.

Shaw House
Church Road
RG14 2DR
Event Location: 
Registration and Coffee
Working with commissioners in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire
Jane Fossey
Developing the mental health plan in Manchester
Polly Kaiser
Working with commissioners in social care
Laura Ogi
Developing a fledgling service
Chris Allen
Workshop “How would you go about working with commissioners”


This is a free event for members of the Division of Clinical Psychology only.

Registration information

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