Crisis Care Concordat National Summit 2016
Tuesday 25 October 2016
The England Suite, The Kia Oval, Surrey County Cricket Club, Kennington, London, SE11 5SS

The Crisis Care Concordat National Summit is a full day programme celebrating progress and improving practice since the launch of the Concordat in February 2014. The focus in the 2016 Summit was on what more we can all do to ensure that people of all ages who experience mental health crisis receive appropriate, timely and urgent care and support.

Paul Farmer, Chief Executive of Mind, chaired the day. The programme for the day is here.

Plenary presentations can be opened below:

1. Crisis care and the experience of dual discrimination

  • Jacqui Dyer, Mental Health Task Force Vice-Chair and Expert by Experience

2. Using data to improve crisis care planning at the local level

  • Cam Lugton, Programme Lead for Mental Health, National Mental Health, Dementia and Neurology Intelligence Network
  • Russell Plunkett, Intelligence Analyst, National Mental Health, Dementia and Neurology Intelligence Network

3. Some ideas for moving swiftly, sustainably, with energy and optimism

  • Keith Pople, Managing Director, Alexander Consulting
  • Mary Ryan, Expert by Experience

4. Urgent & Emergency Mental Health Care and the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health

  • Professor Tim Kendall, National Clinical Director for Mental Health, NHS England

5. The People’s Parliament in Sandwell: What co-production looks like to us

  • Lucy Dunstan, CEO, Changing our Lives
  • Leon Blake, MP, Sandwell People’s Parliament

6.  NELFT Integrated Adult Care Pathway – Acute and Crisis Care

  • Wellington Makala, Deputy Integrated Care Director and BME Ambassador at North East London Foundation Trust

7. Using Concordat and UEC Vanguard status to drive the change

  • Elaine Young, Associate Director of Service Integration, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

8. Supporting Children and Young People experiencing mental health crisis, the national and personal perspective

  • Clare Anderson, County Durham CAMHS Crisis and Liaison Team
  • Wendy Minhinnett, Employee Director, Success Co-op
  • Barbara Rayment, Director, Youth Access

Seven workshops ran concurrently. Presentations from the workshops, where available, can be opened below:

1.  Implementing Changes to sections 135 and 136 Mental Health Act 1983

  • Chris Witt, Health and Policing, Home Office
  • Chief Inspector Dan Thorpe, Metropolitan Police

2.  RESPOND: Multiagency simulation training with a difference!

  • Mary Jane Tacchi, National Lead, Achieving better access programme, Consultant Psychiatrist
  • Mark Tunney, Fulfilling Lives

3.  Alternatives to admission, creating safe havens for people in mental health crisis

  • Diane Woods, Associate Director Commissioning, Mental Health & Learning Disabilities for the Surrey CCG Collaborative
  • Stanley Masawi, Manager, Aldershot Sanctuary and Safe Haven Café

4.  What is ‘good’ in crisis care? Measuring outcomes and developing services

  • Derek Tracy, Consultant Psychiatrist and the Associate Clinical Director for crisis, inpatient, and rehabilitation services in adult mental health, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

5.  Ensuring appropriate mental health coverage in JSNAs

  • Stephany Villanueva, Senior Analyst (JSNA), Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council
  • Jonathan Campion, Director for Public Mental Health and Consultant Psychiatrist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

6.  College of Policing developments in support of Concordat ambitions

  • Inspector Michael Brown, Mental Health Coordinator, College of Policing