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Psychology and the NHS Long Term Plan - Delivering more effective and psychologically informed care to individuals, groups and communities

17 June 2019 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
This event is open to BPS members and the general public. Registration is required. See Pricing tab for more information.
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  • To highlight the Key Objectives of the plan, the new areas of investment and the likely impact on services, and to start to identify where we can make the greatest contribution. 
  • To explore and understand the underpinning importance the new Prevention and Public Health aspects of the Plan
  • To detail the probable implications for the current and future Clinical Psychology and the Psychological Professions workforce
  • As a case study to look in more detail at how the 10 year Plan intends to improve the Mental Health of people who sleep rough
Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre
Stamford Street
Event Location: 
Sarb Bajwa, Chief Executive British Psychological Society
The NHS Long Term Plan – Clinical psychology and the Psychological Professions contribution
Dr Esther Cohen-Tovee
The workforce implications for the psychological professions
Dr Adrian Whittington
11:00 Break
Stemming the Tide - The central importance of Prevention and Public Health
Prof Jim McManus
‘Putting Community Voice at the Centre of all we do'
Jacqui Dyer and Black Thrive London 
12:45 Panel discussion
13:00 Lunch
Welcome back
Richard Pemberton and EbE to Chair afternoon session - Reprise of key themes from the morning
The Long Term Plan to Improve the Mental Health of Homeless people and people who sleep rough
Tom Johnson NHS England Programme Lead
Dr Tim Kendall NHS England Clinical Director for Mental Health
Our role as socially-conscious service providers
Dr Ste Weatherhead
Psychologically informed care and The Future Workforce
Prof Tony Lavender and Dr Adrian Whittington
Summary pulling together the threads of the day
Richard, Natalie, Roman and Speakers
16:30 Close


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