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FPOP Annual Conference & AGM 2015

Spinning Plates: The Realities of Partnership Working

Thursday 2nd July - Friday 3rd July 2015 at Lutyens Crypt, Metropolitan Cathedral Liverpool

In a changing world of health and social care provision we are increasingly finding ourselves working with a number of partners. Whilst the benefits of partnership working are numerous it can also provide significant challenges.

The overall theme of this conference will be the exploration of partnership working. The conference will also feature updates from the FPOP Dementia workstream and FPOP Neurodegenerative Disorders workstream.

Conference themes will include equality and diversity, essential partnerships for leaders and managers, establishing clinical partnerships and working in partnerships with businesses.

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Day 1 - Thursday 2nd July 2015

The British Psychological Society needs you: Effective professional representation in challenging times
Peter Kinderman – Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool/ BPS President Elect
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Update on the Neurodegenerative Diseases Work Stream
Jane Simpson - Research Director, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Lancaster University/ FPOP NDD
Wendy Spence - Consultant Neuropsychologist/ Lead Clinical Psychologist, Belfast Trust/ FPOP NDD

Update on Dementia Work Stream
Reinhard Guss – Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Kent and Medway Partnership Trust/ FPOP Dementia

Workstream 1 – Inpatient Future planning

Workstream 2 – NDD Future planning
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Workstream 3 – Dementia Future planning
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AGM

You're only here once: from retirement theory, to personal practice!
Sue Watts, Retired Clinical Psychologist & Nicky Bradbury, Retired Clinical Psychologist

Mindfulness at work: Engagement and resilience in the workplace
Peter Malinowski, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University

Working with people with intellectual disabilities and dementia %u2013 updated guidance
Karen Dodd, Co-Director of Services for People with Learning Disabilities, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Older People and IAPT Services %u2013 taking work forward in the North West
Julia Boot, Clinical Psychologist, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Future Directions of Dementia Care
Alistair Burns - National Clinical Director for Dementia, NHS England

The specialist contribution of clinical psychology in dementia care: Panel Discussion with members of the BPS Dementia Advisory Group Linda Clare - Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia, University of Exeter
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Future directions for FPOP
FPOP workstream leads
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Day 2 - Friday 3rd July 2015

Dementia Words Matter
Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Programme (DEEP) & Service User Reference Forum (SURF)

Partnerships in Research - The Concert room
Bob Woods - Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Bangor

Keeping people Connected, Creating Dementia Friendly Transport for Liverpool
Ruth Eley, Life Story Network

Dementia stories to engage with the media
On Our RADAR

Truth Telling in dementia
Toby Williamson, Mental Health Foundation

A commissioners reflection on working with clinicians
Michelle Urwin, Lead commissioner for dementia services, Liverpool CCG

The Psychological Professions Network North West
Gita Bhutani, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Psychological Professions Network

Living Lab model of service development
Jill Pendleton, Dementia Lead, Mersey Care NHS Trust/ Innovate Dementia Project lead

The Use of a Complex Case Consultancy Forum (CCCF) in Older Adults Service
Maggie Kiely, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lancashire Care Foundation Trust & Claire Matchwick, Clinical Psychologist, Lancashire
Care Foundation Trust

Communication and Interaction Training in dementia
Joanna Marshall, Principal Clinical Psychologist - Care Home Liaison, Tees, Esk
and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Dementia Training in General Hospitals - Ruth Elvish, Clinical Psychologist/Research Fellow

Addressing Social Care needs and Well Being of older migrants and ethnic minorities in the UK
Sheeren Hussein - Principal Research Fellow, Kings College London

Age-Appropriate CBT: What are the essential elements?
Ken Laidlaw - Professor of Clinical Psychology/Programme Director ClinPsyD/ Head of Department of Clinical Psychology, University of East Anglia

Young Onset Dementia: An overview of recent research and its implications for practice
Jan Oyebode - Professor of Dementia Care, Bradford Dementia Group

Online neuropsychology training
Martin Bunnage
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What neuropsychology can offer in the assessment and management of dementia patients'
Katherine Carpenter, Division of Neuropsychology
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Proposed “Neuro-functional competencies”
Dr Dougal Julian Hare, Manchester ClinPsyD Programme

Embedding a Human Rights approach to dementia care
Sarah Butchard, Clinical Psychologist, Mersey Care NHS Trust

Using human rights to work with Older People: An innovative Enquiry Based Learning (EBL) approach to human rights decision-making,leadership and evaluation
Beth Greenhill

Mental health foundation work on a rights based model
Toby Williamson, Mental Health Foundation

Conference Programme

The full Conference programme can be found here

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224507.

Agenda

Thursday 2nd July 2015

The full Conference programme can be found in the Additional Information below

09:00Registration
17:15Event Close

Friday 3rd July 2015

09:00Registration
17:00Event Close

Venue

Lutyens Crypt, Metropolitan Cathedral Liverpool

Metropolitan Cathedral, Cathedral House, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TQ •  Website•  Directions

Additional Information

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PDFBPS Booking Terms and Conditions
PDFFPOP 2015 Final Programme