Mental Health Finance Faculty Directors' forum
05 June 2019
110 Rochester Row
About this event
Child and adolescent mental health services has never been higher on the public agenda but following years of disinvestment, there is a long way to go to ensure that all children are able to access effective mental health support, wherever they live, whatever their background or class. This year’s forum will focus on mental health services, from early years mental health intervention through to adolescent and then adult mental health services.
This forum is designed to be a high-level briefing for both Directors of Finance and Deputy Directors of Finance from Mental Health trusts. Finance Managers and those working within this topic field may also gain value from attending. Numbers of attendees are restricted to maintain the intimate nature of the gathering and the sessions will be informal and interactive (Chatham House Rules) with time for Q&A and discussion.
Why should you attend?
Delegates should attend this event to network with their peers and hear from prominent, key policy makers in the NHS. This event will give delegates the chance to engage in lively debates and hear updates on latest sector issues. Attendance at the forum is worth 4 hours of CPD.
To confirm your attendance at this forum, or to check your organisations faculty membership, please email Josie Baskerville
Please note this forum will be taking place in the afternoon of Wednesday 05 June. During the morning, we will be hosting a forum for members of the HFMA Provider Finance Faculty. If you are interested in attending for the morning sessions, please click here or more information.
Moving beyond outcome measurement in mental health services
Ben Collins, Project Director, The King’s Fund
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
Simon Brauner-Cave, Children’s Commissioner, Central & North West London CCG
Adult Mental health services
Viral Kantaria, Senior Programme Manager, Adult Mental Health & Helen Todman, Programme Manager Infrastructure, Mental Health, NHS England & Improvement