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03:00 pm - 05:00 pm
Join us for this interactive network event designed to bring together individuals across the system with the shared goal of improving mental health safety, brought to you by the Health Innovation Network (HIN) in partnership with experts by experience, Oxleas, South West London & St George’s and South London and Maudsley NHS Trusts.
Following our successful network launch in October 2021 - staff, people with lived experience, voluntary sector partners and colleagues across the system will come together to share insights, learning and practical examples of improving safety in mental health, with a particular focus on reducing racial inequalities.
What to expect:
Watch this space as our expert speakers are announced.
What do I gain by joining?
You will take away a range of practical examples, ideas and techniques in improving safety in mental health, ready to share with colleagues and test locally. By joining our Patient Safety Network you will also be able to create meaningful connections with individuals across the system whom share our collective goal of improving safety.
Who should join?
This event welcomes people who share our goal of improving mental health safety. Registration is open to people with lived experience of mental health services, including carers, clinical and managerial staff from NHS, independent and private health and social care providers, commissioning leads, local authorities, voluntary sector partners, police, emergency services and other system partners.
Please share this invitation with individuals who may be interested in attending.
How will I join this virtual meeting?
This event will be held virtually via Zoom. All registered participants will receive the invitation link one week prior to the event starting and again, 24 hours before the event commences.
Want to know more?
Read more about the Mental Health Safety Improvement Programme here .
Who to contact?
Please get in touch with George Croft if you have any questions - George.Croft@nhs.net.