|Event Date/Time: Jan 24, 2008||End Date/Time: Jan 24, 2008|
Having received Royal Assent on the 17th of July, Mental Health Practitioners across the country are now faced with the task of implementing the Mental Health Act 2007.
Health Service Journal is delighted to present this timely and essential conference which will provide you with practical guidance on how to turn the policy into practice.
Insightful presentations delivered by national authorities and pioneering implementers will enable you to:
Implement Supervised Community Treatment (SCT)
Utilise new workforce roles
Apply the Deprivation of Liberty safeguards
Assess the impact of amendments on Black and Ethnic Minority Groups
Gain clarification on the changing face of Mental Health Tribunals
Establish and commission appropriate advocacy services
Develop age appropriate services
Who should attend?
This conference is essential for all practitioners who need to understand, and abide by, the Mental Health Act 2007. Whether you work at a Mental Health Trust, PCT or Local Authority, attend this conference to gain the tools and knowledge you need to prepare for national roll-out of the new Act.
Debate, share and exchange ideas
Our panel discussion and Q&A sessions will provide an excellent opportunity for delegates to trade ideas and closely question experts on specific issues. With plenty of time for networking, this is your chance to exchange concerns and benchmark with national authorities and pioneers.