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9.30 Registration (with tea and coffee available)
10.00 Bill Fulford, welcome and introduction to the collaboration between the Centre for Values Based Practice, St Catherine’s College and the Leeds University initiative on co-production. Pamela Fisher, summary of key points arising from seminar one. Housekeeping and scene setting
10.30 Presentation by Sarah Carr and Peter Ryan of the University of Middlesex. Sarah is an Associate Professor of Mental Health Research, Middlesex University and an independent mental health and social care consultant and researcher. Sarah is Co-Chair of the National Survivor User Network (NSUN) and uses her lived experience of mental distress and service use in all her work. Peter Ryan is an expert in mental health. He is currently establishing a research centre for co-production in collaboration with Sarah Carr at the University of Middlesex.
11.15 Café style discussion based on presentation
11.45 Facilitated feedback, questions and discussion of arising themes
1.00 Presentation by Ruth Allen followed by questions and comments
Ruth is Director of Social Work for South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust and a Research Fellow at St George’s University of London. She is Chair of the national Social Care Strategic Network for mental health which promotes effective social work leadership in mental health and former Chair of the Mental Health Faculty of the College of Social Work.
Presentation by Philip Houghton, Gemma Stacey and James Shutt
Philip Houghton is a clinical psychologist with a particular interest in the impact of power on individuals and systems, both within and outside of the mental health systems.
Gemma is the Academic lead of the Critical Values Based Management Centre, University of Nottingham. Philip is a Clinical Psychologist and Practice Leader of the Critical Values Based Management Centre, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.
James Shutt is the service manager of POhWER. Coming from an advocacy and voluntary sector perspective, he is interested in the lived experiences of people with mental disabilities.
2.00 Identification and discussion of key points arising from presentations and discussions
2.30 Round table discussion introduced by presentation (10 mins) by Ms Keeble. Ms Keeble uses mental health services. She is a founder member of the ‘Bristol co-production group’ which has grown from its original brief to produce many collaborations, including the partnership teaching of mental health nursing students
3.30 Summary of key points and emerging focus for research applications and outputs
4.00 Additional Networking opportunity