Managing Mood Disorders

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Managing Mood Disorders

Wednesday 14 June 2017

Nottingham

Calling all Mental Health Clinicians, Commissioners, Managers, Service Users and Carers

Themes for the day: 

  • Findings and Outcomes for Patients – from the Specialist Depression Study
  • Self Harm, Depression and Bipolar Services
  • Digital Technology in Mental Health
  • MH Research Priorities for the future

Venue: B03, Sir Colin Campbell building, Triumph Road, Nottingham NG7 2TU

Cost: Free to attend

Lunch and refreshments will be provided

Why you should come:

Ø  Showcase the excellent applied healthcare research happening across the East Midlands that meets the needs of patients and carers today to promote healthier living for longer

Ø  As our valued partners, the event will be a great opportunity for us to share knowledge, expertise and experience in research and practice

Ø  Through networking and collaboration we can develop and shape the future direction of mental health research in line with local and national priorities as defined in the Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs):

  • Promoting wellbeing and illness prevention
  • Independence and Self Care
  • Care through digital and innovative technology
  • Consistent and evidenced based pathways in planned care

If you would like to attend then please complete the registration form and email to karen.sugars@nottshc.nhs.uk.

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