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Re-visioning Mental Health through Coproduction

Tuesday 10th May 2016 at BPS Offices, Tabernacle Street, London

A joint conference of ISPS-UK and PCMH Faculty

Please note, bookings for this event closed at 16:30 on Monday 9th May 2016

Coproduction takes collaboration between experts by experience and experts by training as the basis for re-visioning a modern mental health service. This conference explores how coproduction works and supports recovery through a range of collaborative decision making and planning activities. Sessions will include organizational challenges, the experience of setting up and running recovery colleges, AIMS inpatient accreditation and the role of peer support worker.

Co-developed and co-delivered with experts by experience with a programme to illustrate how co-production is beginning to change the way mental health services are designed, evaluated and delivered.

Please note, bookings for this event closed at 16:30 on Monday 9th May 2016

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224505.


Tuesday 10th May 2016

09:30Coffee & registration
10:00Introduction to the day. Selma Ebrahim & Alf Gillham
10:10How co-production is core to recovery. Jed Boardman & Waldo Roeg
11:00Recovery Colleges: Oxford Recovery College & South West London and St Georges, implementing collaborative change, the journey so far. Steve Wybourn, Pauline Gibbs, Azeline Collins & Bill Stewart
11:50Coffee break
12:10Experiences of the AIMs accreditation process for inpatient mental health services - stories of co-production. Clive Travis & Mark Beavon
14:00Peer support worker roles – challenges and triumphs. Selma Ebrahim & Emma Yarwood
14:50Re-visioning Mental health. Natalie Tobert
15:40Feedback and discussion from the workshops identifying challenges & opportunities coproduction presents. John Read, Alf Gillham & Isabel Clark
16:30Conference Close

Speakers and Facilitators

Jed Boardman

IMROC: How co-production is core to recovery

Natalie Tobert

Re-visioning Mental Health

Peer support workers and recovery colleges

Challenges and triumphs

Recovery Colleges

Implementing collaborative change, the journey so far


BPS Offices, Tabernacle Street, London

The British Psychological Society, 30 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4UE

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