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Re: Fw: Conference on the future for social prescribing in England - commissioning, quality and policy - with Dr Michael Dixon, NICE, NHS England, Gloucestershire CCG, University of Westminster & SANE - Westminster Health Forum, Afterno

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Social prescribing - breaking news- Theresa May promoting it.  The new ďbig societyĒ. Needs a very critical eye https://uk.news.yahoo.com/combat-loneliness-apos-social-prescribing-213015140.html

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From: The UK Community Psychology Discussion List <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Annie Mitchell <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: 14 October 2018 08:36:35
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Subject: [COMMUNITYPSYCHUK] Fw: Conference on the future for social prescribing in England - commissioning, quality and policy - with Dr Michael Dixon, NICE, NHS England, Gloucestershire CCG, University of Westminster & SANE - Westminster Health Forum, Afternoo...

Dear all,

see below: -social prescribing  (the latest name for drawing on community resources)... old ideas dressed up as new ?  or, at last?   Community psychology is all about this stuff - isn't it?- but we aren't framing what we do in these terms are we? should we?  or is this about medicine appropriating what should be part of our   commons - shared resources open to all, not prescribed by experts?

Annie




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From: Michael Ryan <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: 12 October 2018 01:58
To: Annie Mitchell
Subject: Conference on the future for social prescribing in England - commissioning, quality and policy - with Dr Michael Dixon, NICE, NHS England, Gloucestershire CCG, University of Westminster & SANE - Westminster Health Forum, Afternoon, Tuesday, 26th March ...

Westminster Health Forum Keynote Seminar
The future of social prescribing in England - commissioning, demonstrating quality and next steps for policy

with
Dr Michael Dixon, National Clinical Lead, Social Prescribing, NHS England; Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network and Chairman, College of Medicine

Dr Marie Polley, Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences, University of Westminster and Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network

Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE
and
Ellen Rule, NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group; Si‚n Brand, Connect Well Mid Essex; Paul Brewer, Adur and Worthing Councils; Bev Taylor, NHS England and Marjorie Wallace, SANE

Follow us @WHFEvents<http://twitter.com/WHFEvents> | This event is CPD certified<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/cpd>

Afternoon, Tuesday, 26th March 2019
Central London

Book Online<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/book/social-prescribing-in-england-19> | Live Agenda<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/agenda/social-prescribing-in-england-19-agenda.pdf> | Sponsorship<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/sponsorship> | Our Website<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/conferences/westminster-health-forum> | Unsubscribe<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/subscribe>

Dear Ms Mitchell

I am writing to invite you to attend the above seminar. Please note there is a charge for most delegates, although concessionary and complimentary places are available (subject to terms and conditions - see below).

This seminar will provide an opportunity to discuss the future for social prescribing in England - with sessions focusing on commissioning, demonstrating quality, learning from best practice and the next steps for policy.

We are delighted to include keynote addresses from Dr Michael Dixon, National Clinical Lead, Social Prescribing, NHS England; Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network and Chairman, College of Medicine; Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE and Dr Marie Polley, Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences, University of Westminster and Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network.

The conference takes place with an increasing policy focus on social prescribing - with plans to develop it further as part of a holistic approach to prevention<https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/matt-hancock-my-priorities-for-the-health-and-social-care-system> announced by the Secretary of State within his priorities for the health and social care system, and with it being one of the 10 high-impact actions within the General Practice Forward View<https://www.england.nhs.uk/gp/gpfv/>.

We expect discussion around the engagement of leaders within the health and social care system with plans for social prescribing, as well as future governance arrangements.

Delegates will also consider latest evidence of the expected impacts from social prescribing schemes, quality assurance, workforce training requirements, and what more can be done to ensure equity of access.

Further sessions assess the sustainability of social prescribing schemes in the face of pressures on local public health budgets, and on GPs and their colleauges within primary care in terms of time and other competing demands - as well as the impact of recently announced government funding for a range of social prescribing schemes across England<https://www.gov.uk/government/news/social-prescribing-schemes-across-england-to-receive-45-million> and what more can be done locally to identify and organise the use of assets that already exist.

Overall, areas for discussion include:

  *   Assessing where we are now - policy and delivery priorities for social prescribing in England;
  *   Addressing challenges for commissioning social prescribing - with discussion on funding, governance, integration and engaging with Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships;
  *   Defining and demonstrating quality - including nature of standards for different sectors, evidence and workforce training;
  *   Social prescribing in practice - implications for general practice, digital signposting to local assets, patient experience and application to mental health wellbeing; and
  *   Learning from the evaluation of case studies from across England and Scotland on developing personalised approaches to care.

The agenda has been structured following consultation with NHS England. The draft agenda is copied below my signature, and a regularly updated version is available to download here<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/agenda/social-prescribing-in-england-19-agenda.pdf>. The seminar is organised on the basis of strict impartiality by the Westminster Health Forum. Follow us @WHFEvents<http://twitter.com/WHFEvents> for live updates.

Speakers

We are delighted to be able to include in this seminar keynote addresses from: Dr Michael Dixon, National Clinical Lead, Social Prescribing, NHS England; Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network and Chairman, College of Medicine; Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE and Dr Marie Polley, Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences, University of Westminster and Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network.

Further confirmed speakers include: Si‚n Brand, Lead Programme Manager, Connect Well Mid Essex; Paul Brewer, Director for Digital & Resources, Adur and Worthing Councils; Ellen Rule, Director, Transformation and Service Redesign, NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group; Bev Taylor, Senior Manager, Personalised Care, NHS England and Marjorie Wallace, Chief Executive, SANE.

Additional senior participants are being approached.

Networking

This seminar will present an opportunity to engage with key policymakers and other interested parties, and is CPD certified (more details<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/cpd>). Places have been reserved by parliamentary pass-holders from the London Assembly and officials from DHSC; DWP; Public Health England and HM Treasury. Also due to attend are representatives from Arts 4 Dementia; Brecon Beacons National Park Authority; Carers Bucks; Keele University; Macmillan Cancer Support; Octopus Community Network; Public Health England and The Care Forum.

A press pass has been reserved by a representative from 2020Dentistry.com.

Overall, we expect speakers and attendees to be a senior and informed group numbering around 120, including Members of both Houses of Parliament, senior government officials involved in this area of public policy, healthcare professionals, representatives of the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, academics, charities and user groups, together with reporters from the national and trade media.

Output and About Us

A key output of the seminar will be a transcript of the proceedings, sent out around 12 working days after the event to all attendees and a wider group of Ministers and officials at DHSC and other government departments; agencies affected by the issues; and Parliamentarians with a special interest in these areas. It will also be made available more widely. This document will include transcripts of all speeches and questions and answers sessions from the day, along with access to PowerPoint presentations, speakersí biographies, an attendee list, an agenda, sponsor information, as well as any subsequent press coverage of the day and any articles or comment pieces submitted by delegates. It is made available subject to strict restrictions on public use, similar to those for Select Committee Uncorrected Evidence, and is intended to provide timely information for interested parties who are unable to attend on the day.

All delegates will receive complimentary PDF copies and are invited to contribute to the content.

The Westminster Health Forum is strictly impartial and cross-party, and draws on the considerable support it receives from within Parliament and Government, and amongst the wider stakeholder community. The Forum has no policy agenda of its own. Forum events are frequently the platform for major policy statements from senior Ministers, regulators and other officials, opposition speakers and senior opinion-formers in industry and interest groups. Events regularly receive prominent coverage in the national and trade media.

Booking arrangements

To book places, please use our online booking form<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/book/social-prescribing-in-england-19>.

Once submitted, this will be taken as a confirmed booking and will be subject to our terms and conditions below.

Please pay in advance by credit card on 01344 864796. If advance credit card payment is not possible, please let me know and we may be able to make other arrangements.

Options and charges are as follows:

  *   Places at The future of social prescribing in England - commissioning, demonstrating quality and next steps for policy (including refreshments and PDF copy of the transcripts) are £230 plus VAT;
  *   Concessionary rate places for small charities, unfunded individuals and those in similar circumstances are £85 plus VAT. Please be sure to apply for this at the time of booking.

For those who cannot attend:

  *   Copies of the briefing document<http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/order/social-prescribing-in-england-19>, including full transcripts of all speeches and the questions and comments sessions and further articles from interested parties, will be available approximately 12 days after the event for £95 plus VAT;
  *   Concessionary rate: £50 plus VAT.

If you find the charge for places a barrier to attending, please let me know as concessionary and complimentary places are made available in certain circumstances (but do be advised that this typically applies to individual service users or carers or the like who are not supported by or part of an organisation, full-time students, people between jobs or who are fully retired with no paid work, and representatives of small charities - not businesses, individuals funded by an organisation, or larger charities/not-for-profit companies). Please note terms and conditions below (including cancellation charges).

I do hope that you will be able to join us for what promises to be a most useful afternoon, and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours sincerely

Michael

Michael Ryan
Deputy Editor, Westminster Health Forum

T: 01344 864796
F: 01344 420121

Follow us on Twitter @WHFEvents<http://twitter.com/WHFEvents>

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UK Headquarters: 4 Bracknell Beeches, Old Bracknell Lane West, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 7BW

The core sponsor of the Westminster Health Forum is: Boehringer Ingelheim.

The parliamentary patrons of the Westminster Health Forum are: Lord Adebowale, Peter Aldous MP, Sir David Amess MP, Stuart Andrew MP, Rt Hon Sir Kevin Barron MP, Lord Best, Rt Hon the Lord Bradley, Viscount Bridgeman, Dr Lisa Cameron MP, Maria Caulfield MP, Lord Clement-Jones, Lord Collins of Highbury, Lord Colwyn, Rosie Cooper MP, Baroness Coussins, Baroness Cumberlege, Judith Cummins MP, Glyn Davies MP, Nadine Dorries MP, Nigel Evans MP, Professor the Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, Rt Hon the Lord Fowler, Baroness Gardner of Parkes, Baroness Gibson of Market Rasen OBE, Rt Hon Dame Cheryl Gillan MP, Mary Glindon MP, Baroness Gould of Potternewton, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Baroness Greengross, Fabian Hamilton MP, Lord Harris of Haringey, Lord Haskins, Rt Hon Sir Oliver Heald QC MP, Rt Hon John Healey MP, Rt Hon the Earl Howe, Rt Hon the Baroness Jay of Paddington, Baroness Jolly, Barbara Keeley MP, Eleanor Laing MP, Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, Karen Lee MP, Rt Hon David Lidington MP, The Earl of Lindsay, The Earl of Listowel, Tim Loughton MP, Lord Low of Dalston, Baroness Ludford, Baroness Masham of Ilton, Baroness Massey of Darwen, Lord Mawson, Professor the Lord McColl of Dulwich, Baroness Meacher, Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Rt Hon Anne Milton MP, Baroness Morgan of Drefelin, Lord Moynihan, Sarah Newton MP, Lord Patel, Professor the Lord Patel of Bradford, Rt Hon Mike Penning MP, Lord Rea, Lord Saatchi, Lord Scriven, Lord Sharkey, Lord Skelmersdale, Eleanor Smith MP, Karin Smyth MP, Lord Stone of Blackheath, Rt Hon the Lord Tebbit, Baroness Thornton, David Tredinnick MP, Lord Turnberg, Derek Twigg MP, Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP, Rt Hon the Lord Warner, Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe, Baroness Wheeler, Baroness Wilcox, Dr Paul Williams MP, Rt Hon Jeremy Wright MP, Baroness Young of Old Scone and Daniel Zeichner MP. Note: parliamentary patrons take no financial interest in the Forum.

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FINANCIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The delegate fee includes copies of the presentations via PDF and refreshments. Cancellation policy is as follows: (1) cancellations 14 or more days before the event: £75+VAT cancellation fee per delegate; (2) cancellations less than 14 days before the event: full fee applies. Promotion cancellation fee applies to all Five for Four offer places. Cancellations must be submitted via the website. If you are unable to submit your cancellation via the website then the cancellation must be notified in writing to the Westminster Health Forum. No charge will be made for replacement delegates. Transfer of any confirmed booking between events is not possible. The organisers reserve the right to alter the programme and change the speakers without prior notice. The Westminster Health Forum is unable to grant extended credit and therefore must request that full payment be made within 30 days from the date of invoice; immediate payment on receipt of invoice less than 14 days before the event. Should payment not be received within the stated terms, the Westminster Health Forum will apply an administration charge of £40+VAT.

Westminster Health Forum Keynote Seminar: The future of social prescribing in England - commissioning, demonstrating quality and next steps for policy
Timing: Afternoon, Tuesday, 26th March 2019
Venue: Central London

Draft agenda subject to change

13.00 - 13.30

Registration and coffee





13.30 - 13.35

Chairís opening remarks
Senior Parliamentarian





13.35 - 14.00

Assessing where we are now - policy and delivery priorities
Dr Michael Dixon, National Clinical Lead, Social Prescribing, NHS England; Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network and Chairman, College of Medicine
Questions and comments from the floor





14.00 - 15.15

Priorities for improving the commissioning of social prescribing - funding, integration and engaging with Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs)




The developing role of primary care in promoting and supporting social prescribing
Ellen Rule, Director, Transformation and Service Redesign, NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group

Sustainability of different service models, integration and equity of access
Paul Brewer, Director for Digital & Resources, Adur and Worthing Councils

Engaging effectively with STPs and addressing governance issues
Senior representative, NHS











Social prescribing within the wider personalised care agenda
Bev Taylor, Senior Manager, Personalised Care, NHS England

Developing personalised approaches to care - a view from Scotland
Senior speaker to be announced

Questions and comments from the floor





15.15 - 15.20

Chairís closing remarks
Senior Parliamentarian





15.20 - 15.45

Coffee





15.45 - 15.50

Chairís opening remarks
Senior Parliamentarian





15.50 - 16.05

Defining and demonstrating quality - standards, evidence and assurance
Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE


16.05 - 16.50

Social prescribing in practice - delivery, patient experience and application to mental health wellbeing

The role of social prescribing in supporting mental health well-being
Marjorie Wallace, Chief Executive, SANE

Case study - social prescribing in practice
Si‚n Brand, Lead Programme Manager, Connect Well Mid Essex

Evaluating success in social prescribing
Dr Marie Polley, Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences, University of Westminster and Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network

Questions and comments from the floor with Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE





16.50 - 16.55

Concluding remarks
Dr Michael Dixon, National Clinical Lead, Social Prescribing, NHS England; Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network and Chairman, College of Medicine





16.55 - 17.00

Chairís and Westminster Health Forum closing remarks
Senior Parliamentarian
Michael Ryan, Deputy Editor, Westminster Health Forum


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