The leading UK event focusing on the design of mental health facilities

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Day 1: 21 May

Day 2: 22 May

Closing Keynote:
‘My Own Experience’

Mandy Stevens, Author

Safe in seclusion? Examining seclusion use and design, in contemporary care
No Force First

Dave Riley, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Safe in seclusion? Examining seclusion use and design, in contemporary care
Seclusion Project

Paula Reavey, Design in Mental Health Network & Dr Hamid Alhaj, NAPICU

Safe in seclusion? Examining seclusion use and design, in contemporary care
Seclusion Project

Dr Hamid Alhaj, NAPICU

Health & Wellbeing
Karen Flatt

Studio Director/Architect, IBI Group

Health & Wellbeing
Q&A

Cath Lake, Mental Health Lead, P+HS Architects

Lived Experience
Festival of Life and Death

Alan Chapman, Founder - Festival of Life and Death

Lived Experience
Service user experience

Katharine Lazenby, Expert by Experience - Peabody Housing Association

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Keynote:
NHS Improvement

Simon Corben, Director and Head of Profession NHS Estates and Facilities - NHS Improvement

Children are the Future
“I’m used to it” -Interior Design, Wellbeing and Incarcerated youth

Franz James, University of Gothenburg

Children are the Future
“I’m used to it” -Interior Design, Wellbeing and Incarcerated youth

Sepideh Olausson, University of Gothenburg

Children are the Future
Caudwell Children

Trudi Beswick, CEO - Caudwell Children

Children are the Future
Q&A

Russell Vernum, Design Manager - Astill Planning

Dementia
Designing For Dementia – With Virtual Reality Explore The Ways Design Can Help Improve The Lives Of People Living With Dementia

Elizabeth Butcher, Flooring Specialist - Tarkett

Dementia
Dementia Friendly? Challenging the Reminiscence Aesthetic in Acute Settings

Benjamin Wall, Associate Architect - LSI Architects

Dementia
Q&A

Alex Caruso, Founder, ACA+I

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Opening Keynote
Keynote

Francis Pitts, Managing Principal - architecture+

Keynote
Green Spaces

Susan Grant, Principal Architect Health, Facilities Scotland Procurement, Commissioning and Facilities - NHS National Services Scotland

Estates Modernisation
Standard approach to inspection, key things which trip up Mental Health facilities

George Catford, Inspection Manager (Mental Health) - Care Quality Commission London Region, Hospitals (Mental Health) Inspection Directorate

Estates Modernisation
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership: Mental Health Estate Strategy

Jonathan Campbell, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Estates Modernisation
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership: Mental Health Estate Strategy

Richard Walker, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

Estates Modernisation
Horizon gazing from viewing mounds – our vision of an integrated future

Wendy de Silva, IBI Group

Project Spotlight
Modernising mental health in the Vale of York

Derek Shepherd, P+HS Architects

Project Spotlight
ProCure22

Paula Reavey, Design in Mental Health Network

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Keynote
Keynote

Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP

Session
Joining the Dots – Design to Assist Healthy Living

Joh Bates, Farrer Huxley Associates, London

Art, Design & Mental Health
Harnessing Nature for Healing

Peter O’Hare, Bethlem Royal Hospital, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Art, Design & Mental Health
Harnessing Nature for Healing

Peter O’Hare, Bethlem Royal Hospital, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Art, Design & Mental Health
Art in Mental Health Across the Life Span

Niamh White, Hospital Rooms UK

Art, Design & Mental Health
Q&A

Dr Faisil Sethi, Maudsley Hospital, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical Design
Red2Green – Project to improve flow through mental health inpatient services

Mike Caulfield, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical Design
MENTAL HEALTH @ HOME: Issues, Solutions & Interventions

Richard Mazuch, IBI Group

Clinical Design
Q&A

Chris Dzikiti, Mental Health Lead - North Central London STP

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Ricoh Arena Details

Opening Times:

Tuesday 21 May 2019
09.00-17.30
Wednesday 22 May 2019
09.00-16.00