Connect Health in partnership with The Good Governance Institute are delighted to invite you to a special round table event where we will discuss the interface between physical and mental health in relation to COVID-19 recovery efforts with regards to Musculoskeletal (MSK) and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).
The virtual event is to be held on Tuesday 8th September 2020 and will provide a space to explore how our newly developed IAPT Board Assurance Prompt (BAP) can be applied both on provider and commissioner side of the table. The webinar is designed as an opportunity to discuss priorities and to share perspectives learning with colleagues at a unique time for health and care.
• Progress review of physical and mental health parity within health and care integration initiatives
• Consider physical and mental health integration priorities such as employment and psychosocial support, examples of local innovation and next steps for integration in the context of COVID-19 recovery
• Next steps for the IAPT BAP which has been developed through input from speciality industry leaders with practical application for boards
16.30 – 16.40 Welcome and introduction – Paul Devlin (Chair at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust)
16.40 – 17:00 Mental and Physical Health within COVID-19 recovery – Andrew Corbett-Nolan (Chief Executive, Good Governance Institute) & Dr Graeme Wilkes (Medical Director, Connect Health)
17.00 – 17.20 Round Table Discussion
17.20 – 17.30 Questions and Answers
Date: Tuesday 8th September 2020
Time: 16:30 – 17:30
Place: Zoom Conference Call
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Connect Health’s approach
Our research suggests that forward thinking commissioners are increasingly looking for improvement in outcomes by exploring more innovative, collaborative and comprehensive approaches in delivering IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) and Mental Health Services, encompassing long term condition management.
It is estimated that one in four people over 16, experience at least one diagnosable mental health problem in any given year. Depression and anxiety disorders are the most common affecting 16% of the population at any one time (NHS England). 25-30% of people reporting a long term musculoskeletal (MSK) problem also report depression or anxiety (England 2017).
Connect Health has successfully partnered with the NHS for over 30 years, largely because of our extensive clinical expertise and our strong focus on evidence and innovation-based service delivery and practice. We have taken our expertise and applied it to develop an exciting and innovative mental health and wellbeing model for supporting individuals in the community.
Flippin Pain™ – Online resource launched to help the 50% of Britons who suffer with pain.
Flippin’ Pain is a public health campaign, championed by Connect Health, supported by NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups.
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