Right Care, Right Person – Working Together, Getting It Right!
Date: Wednesday 31st January 2024
Time: 12.30pm – 4.00pm
Location: Zoom (Online)
Price: Free for Members / Non-Members £30.00
Jenny Gilmer – Assistant Chief Constable at South Wales Police Headquarters
Ian Dimond – Chair at Cavendish Square Group & Chief Operating Officer at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Jennifer Allan, Chief Operating Officer at Southwest London and St George’s Mental Health Trust
Warren Stanton – Clinical Director (RMN) at Health Connections PTS Ltd
Raf Hamaizia – Co-production Consultant, Mental Health Campaigner & Expert by Experience Lead at Cygnet Healthcare & Care Quality Commission
Claire Murdoch – CBE, National Mental Health Director, NHS England
With the nationwide rollout of the Right Care Right Person (RCRP) model in the UK, there has been a substantial change in the way Police respond to mental health emergencies. While the Police assert that this model will free up resources for crime prevention, concerns exist about leaving vulnerable individuals exposed following the withdrawal of the Police’s emergency response service.
How we evolve this change will affect the outcomes of patients we respond to and treat. Here we’re concerned with embracing RCRP as a Positive change, catalysing a clear transition toward straightforward and ongoing improvement in crisis response and care. NAPICU is pleased to host its Scientific Symposium for a comprehensive discussion on the development, implementation, and real-time implications of the RCRP model on mental health and emergency services. The meeting aims to gain current insights into the evolving landscape of mental health crisis response and address challenges arising from this new emergency response model.
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