Mental Health Support Services: What does good look like?
to Planning Workshop
25th June 2015, 12.30- 4.30pm
Inn (296 Mansfield Road, Nottingham NG5 2BT)
you interested in shaping how to define successful outcomes from Community
Mental Health Support services in Nottingham?
City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) would like to invite you to join a
workshop on the afternoon of the 25th June 2015 to help identify the
outcomes required from successful Community Mental Health Support services.
This session will build on opportunities highlighted by previous engagement,
provide feedback on actions the CCG has taken following engagement and will
help us to define our priorities for services in the future.
Who should attend?
are keen to invite all people who can contribute to supporting the CCGs
understanding around the key outcomes which define successful Community Mental
Health Support services. This may include:
- People who have experienced mental health problems themselves, or who are in a position of put forward the views of people who have (e.g. family, friends, carers)
- People providing support in the City (funded or not funded by Nottingham City CCG)
- People working for organisations with an interest in the provision of mental health services, including providers of related services (e.g. housing, health, employment, etc.)
City CCG is reviewing its community mental health support services and exploring
how best it can improve outcomes for local people. Commissioning for outcomes
is of key importance - healthcare provision will be judged by results that
matter to the service user, not simply by numbers of people seen.
users should have more influence over how their healthcare is delivered and
this can be done by helping to shape the outcomes that are included in commissioner
NHS is facing unprecedented challenges to its sustainability demographic
change, increasing demand and continual pressure on resources. We are
experiencing this in Nottingham and have a responsibility to act to deliver
better value and improved outcomes for patients. A move to Commissioning for
Outcomes will help to achieve this.
purpose of the workshop is to identify the outcomes which matter most to local
people. Facilitated group sessions will give attendees the chance to put
forward their views on what should be measured to demonstrate successful outcomes
from Nottinghams Community Mental Health Support services.
Reserving your space
book a place on this workshop, please contact Zach Rock by telephone (0115
8839583 or email (Zach.Rock@nottinghamcity.nhs.uk)
of bookings and further details (including exact timings and an agenda) will
follow prior to the event.
Please book your place as soon as possible spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.