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Mental Health Network Annual Conference and Exhibition 2020

The King's Fund: Cavendish Square, London
The 2020 Mental Health Network Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held at the King’s Fund, London on Thursday 5 March 2020.

The event will bring over 100 senior leaders from the mental health sector together to focus on the future following a year of important policy developments.

Keynote speaker Sir Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England. This year, the NHS Long Term Plan’s ambition to increase access and improve the quality of services will begin to be implemented, a challenge made all the more complex by an ever-shifting provider and commissioner landscape.

The mounting workforce difficulties in mental health will take time and innovation to tackle, with supported housing and digital technology offering part of the solution. The Network’s members will once again come together to focus on the challenges and opportunities the mental health sector faces within the changing context.

The programme

Our sector continues to deliver excellent services in increasingly innovative ways, which will be reflected this in this year’s programme as we include important topics such as unlocking the full potential of Provider Collaboratives, revolutionising services for those with learning disabilities, and maintaining the wellbeing of our workforce. View the full programme here.

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