Scotland Policy Conferences

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Developing mental health provision in Scotland - funding, improving adult and CAMHS care, suicide prevention, and support for frontline NHS staff

February 2022

Price: £95 PLUS VAT

This conference will be a timely opportunity for stakeholders to discuss the priorities for mental health provision in Scotland moving forward.

It will be an opportunity to discuss examine issues for the full progress review of the Mental Health Strategy 2017-2027 and the new suicide prevention strategy due to be published later in the year - as well as The COVID Recovery Strategy: For a fairer future and the Mental Health Recovery and Renewal Fund.

Delegates will consider priorities for delivering safe and effective mental health provision, looking at what is needed in terms of suicide prevention and the vision for child mental health services moving forward. The seminar will also consider priorities for the sector’s recovery from the pandemic and support for front line staff.

We are pleased to be able to include keynote contributions from Ruth Glassborow, Director of Improvement, Healthcare Improvement Scotland; Rose Fitzpatrick, Chair, National Suicide Prevention Leadership Group (NSPLG); and Professor Andrew Gumley, Professor of Psychological Therapy, Mental Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow; and Interim Mental Health Network Director and Research Champion, NHS Research Scotland.

The discussion is bringing together stakeholders with key policy officials who are due to attend from The Scottish Government; the DHSC; Audit Scotland; and the OSR - as well as parliamentary pass-holders from The Scottish Parliament.

This pack includes

  • Dropbox video recording of the conference
  • PDF transcript of the discussion, including all speaker remarks and Q&A
  • PDFs of speakers' slide material (subject to permission)
  • PDFs of the delegate pack, including speaker biographies and attendee list
  • PDFs of delegate articles