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Middlesex University Centre for Co-production in Mental Health 2nd Annual Day Conference

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START DATE 11 December 2017
START TIME 09:30am
LOCATION

Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT

END DATE 11 December 2017
END TIME 04:30pm

Peer Support and Open Dialogue: A Critical Overview in Research, Policy and Practice

Welcome to the 2nd annual conference of the Centre for Co-Production in Mental Health at Middlesex University and this year explores a major co-production development on the mental health service user agenda: Peer Support.

The conference seeks to explore:

  • The national and local policies underpinning Peer Support in mental health
  • The emerging research evidence carried out on this approach nationally and internationally
  • Examine the perspectives of those with lived experience of mental distress and service use who have run or experienced Peer Support in practice
  • Explore the possible next steps and new directions for these approaches, particularly Peer Supported Open Dialogue

A conference report with recommendations for practice and further research will be produced and be made available to all online.

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9.30 - 9.40Welcome and Introduction
9.40 - 10.00Peer Support and Open Dialogue: UK research overview and developments - Sarah Carr and Tim Weaver, Middlesex University
10.00-10.20The Enrich Peer Worker Programme to enhance psychiatric discharge - Steve Gillard and Sarah Gibson, St George’s, University of London
10.20 – 10.40The Checking Agreement of Mental Health Peer Support (CHAMPS) Study: Emerging findings and recommendations - Eilish Burke, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, University of Manchester
10.40 - 11.00The Side by Side Study: A National Evaluation of Peer Support – Rajvi Kotecha-Hazzard, McPin Foundation
11.00 – 11.30Questions and presentation panel discussion (Chair: Peter Ryan)
11.00-11.30Tea And Coffee Break
11.30 – 11.50Peer Support and Open Dialogue: Rai Waddingham, Behind the Label and Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
11.50 – 12.10Peer Support training: values, achievements and reflections: Karen Machin, Specialist Peer Trainer and Survivor Researcher
12.10- 12.30Peer Support and key organisational issues for the NHS: Corrine Hendy, Peer Support Worker, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust and co-organiser of Open Dialogue Nottingham
12.30-1.45Lunch
1.45 -3.00Workshops: Current practice in Peer Support (see details below)
3.00-3.30Coffee and Tea Break
3.30-4.30Open Dialogue and Peer Support: Looking to the future – Panel session and open discussion with speakers and workshop leads facilitated by Peter Ryan

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