The Mental Health Network annual conference and exhibition 2017 will take place on Thursday 16 March at The King’s Fund in central London.
This event will take place as the NHS approaches one of its toughest financial year’s yet and amidst the process of major transformation required to deliver care in accordance with the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and Future in Mind.
As ever the conference aims to support over 100 senior mental health leaders in their work by providing policy insight, examples of best practice and practical advice which they can take back to their organisations. This event also offers the chance to network and the space to discuss the key issues with fellow mental health leaders.
(10% off if you book before 23 Dec)
|NHS Confederation Members
|NHS non-members, NFP, charities
*ALL RATES ARE SUBJECT TO VAT AT THE STANDARD RATE
MEMBER ONLY DINNER
Member-only dinner, taking place on the evening before the conference, Wednesday 15 March, will be hosted by friends at social enterprise Brigade Bar and Grill in central London. A strictly limited number of places are available at £69+VAT per head. Places always sell out very quickly so we encourage you to book early to ensure you don’t miss out.
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION
This is a key event with superb opportunities to engage directly with senior leaders in mental health and build visibility for your products and services within the sector. There’s a wide range of supporter and exhibitor packages available, please take a look at the brochure, email email@example.com or call 0844 800 5989 for more information
The programme will provide a host of expert speakers exploring topics like NHS finances, the transformation agenda, integration and devolution. The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP will be joining us on stage as a keynote speaker to address many of these pressing issues as well as Claire Murdoch, National Mental Health Director, NHS England, who will explore the extent to which people with mental health problems are being supported by the transformation agenda. We are also delighted to announce the addition of Professor Martin Knapp to the programme who has kindly agreed to lead a session health economics.