2024 Conference Programme

2024 Conference Programme

Tuesday 4 June

Keynote Theatre

09:15

Good Design, Human Value

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09:45

Keynote: Designing A Mentally Healthier Nation?

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Speaker:

  • Andy Bell Chief Executive - Centre for Mental Health

10:30

Break

11:00

Crafting for Design in Mental Health: Personalisation, Participation and Production

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11:30

What is Co-production and How Can You do it in the Context of the Built Environment?

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12:00

Lunch

13:30

Keynote: Striving to become an Anti-racism Organisation in Mental Health: NHS England’s Patient and Carer Race Equality Framework

Speaker:

  • Dr Jacqui Dyer MBE Chair of the Advancing Mental Health Equalities Taskforce and the Patient and Carer Race Equality Framework Steering Group - NHS England

14:30

Integrating Mental and Physical Health

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15:00

The Bedroom Evolved: the Thought, Theory and Lessons Learnt from Darwin Group’s Collaborative Project to Further Mental Health Spaces

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15:30

Break

16:00

Human Conscious Design Principles – Creating Spaces Where Everyone Can Thrive

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16:20

A Therapeutic Approach to Mental Health Design

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16:40

Promoting Mental Health Through Inclusive and Trauma-Informed Design Strategies

Speaker:

  • Stephanie Vito Vice President and Mental Health Architect/Planner - Cannon Design

17:00

Awards Ceremony

Green Theatre

10:30

Break

11:00

Collaboration and Co-Production – Impact on Design at RIS:ES Bexhill

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Speakers:

11:30

Medium-secure Spaces That Promote a Meaningful Day for Patients: Sycamore at Northgate Hospital

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12:00

Lunch

14:30

A Sheltered Retreat for the Specialist Treatment of Eating Disorders: Kimmeridge Court

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15:00

Challenging The Norm – Designing Bespoke Environments for Learning Disabilities

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15:30

Break

16:00

The Challenges of Communicating Specifications When Designing a Bespoke Home Environment. What Do we Mean by “Robust”

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16:20

Service User Led Design: Designing Therapeutic Personal Spaces for Autism/CAMHS Environments

Speaker:

  • Hannah Lee Interior Designer - Gilling Dod Interior Design

16:40

Presenting and Informing Integrated Estates: A Systematic Tool

Speakers:

17:00

Awards Ceremony

Blue Theatre

10:30

Break

11:00

TBC

11:30

Patient and Staff Lived Experience of Social Spaces

Speaker:

  • Donna Ciarlo Doctoral Student - London Southbank University

12:00

Lunch

14:30

Rethinking ‘The Therapy Room’: Flexible Spaces for Mental Health Work

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15:00

Backworth: A Holistic Approach to Living Well: A Model for Future Communities?

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15:30

Break

16:00

Breathing Life into Bedlam – How Improved Ventilation can be Achieved Within Mental Health Facilities

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Chair:

16:20

The Limitations of HTM 04-01 in Mental Health Built Environments

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16:40

Safe and Hygienic Access to Drinking Water as a Vital Element in our Duty of Care

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Chair:

17:00

Awards Ceremony

Wednesday 5 June

Keynote Theatre

09:15

CEO Welcome

Speaker:

10:30

Break

11:00

Design for Health and Well-being – Design Suggestions For Interior Design in Compulsory Care Facilities

Speakers:

  • Ed Dwight Senior Project Manager - Kier Construction Southern
  • Richard Barton Expert by Experience - Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • Paula Kirkland Programme Director, Redesigning Inpatients Services in East Sussex (RIS:ES) - Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • Robin Graham Gilling Dod Architects

11:30

Seclusion Spaces Within NHS

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12:00

Lunch

13:30

Keynote: Art Insists The Walls Be Kind

Speaker:

  • Dolly Sen Artist - Mental Health & Justice Project

14:30

Arts For Arts Sake? Examining the Function of Art in Mental Health Settings: a Review of the Evidence

Speakers:

  • Michael Leahy Research Associate - National Institute for Health and Care Research
  • Professor Paula Reavey Professor of Psychology and Mental Health - MSc Mental Health & Clinical Psychology London South Bank University

15:00

The Art of Wellbeing: Mental Health Recovery by Design

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Speakers:

  • Prof. Rachel Baynton Associate Professor - Creative Engagement Producer - University of Lincoln
  • Prof. Steve Fossey Associate Professor / Int. Co-Head of Arts, Culture & Heritage - University of Lincoln

15:30

Break

Green Theatre

10:30

Break

11:00

Person Centred Approach: What Makes a Housing Project a Success?

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11:30

A Service User’s Journey to Redesigning Mental Health Assessment Spaces in the Emergency Department

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12:00

Lunch

14:30

Coproducing Cultural Change and Improvement at our Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient Unit Using our 4Cs Philosophy and Visual Identity

Speaker:

  • Lloyd Griffiths Head of Nursing - Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

15:00

Engaging the Vision for the New Warneford Park, Oxford

Speaker:

  • Samantha Robinson Clinical Lead (Nurse) New Warneford Development - Oxford Health NHS Trust

15:30

Break

Blue Theatre

10:30

Break

12:00

Lunch

14:30

A Whole New Way – Designing the New Cambridge Children’s Hospital

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15:30

Break

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