Remote Consultations in Mental Health: Consolidating Findings and Learnings

Event details


September 29


02:00 pm - 03:00 pm

Join like-minded people to learn from our findings around the advantages and challenges of remote consultations in mental health.

We have combined the findings from the rapid shift from face to face to remote consultations in mental health from pre-Covid-19 and during Covid-19 literature reviews, patient and staff surveys and real-time evaluations. A co-hosted webinar with Health Innovation Network and the South London Mental Health and Community Partnership, the event will focus on our findings and the potential implications for the future of telemental health.

Chair: Noushig Nahabedian, Head of Quality Improvement & SLaM Partners, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Guest Speakers include:

  • Dr Julie Williams, Post-Doctoral Research Worker, Centre for Implementation Science, King's College London.
  • Professor Fiona Gaughran, Psychiatrist and R&D Director, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust .

The event is open for registration to stakeholders including, people with lived experience, NHS Trusts, Private and Independent Mental Health Providers, Academic organisations, CCG and Local Authority Commissioners, Public Health, Social Care Organisations, GPs, Voluntary Organisations / Third Sector, relevant industry / digital organisations, Health Education England, Healthy London Partnership, Kings Health Partners, AHSNs, NHSEI, and other relevant mental health stakeholders.

This webinar is funded by Q, part of The Health Foundation.

For further information or to submit a question, please email

Please note that this webinar will be recorded and distributed to all who sign up.