|Regional workshop series -
date!Wednesday 15 November 2017:
Trent Vineyard, Easter Park, Lenton Ln, Nottingham NG7
Hosted by Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Please note that registration for this event has now
Wednesday 17 January 2018: RCPsych, 21 Prescot St, London, E1
Hosted by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. Please
note that registration for this event has now closed.
* Please note that the workshop due to
take place on 18 October in Darlington has been cancelled.
Attending the regional workshop is free but these events are
very popular so please register as soon as possible.
Please see our events flyer
for more information.
Registration for the regional events is now closed. We
still have a few places available so if you're interested in
attending our London workshop, please contact the POMH team
directly and we will endeavour to assist you.
Medicines in mental health: 10 years of
quality improvement - 13 April 2016
This event was a one-day conference for both POMH-UK members and
non-members, celebrating 10 years of POMH-UK working with mental
health services to improve the quality of prescribing practice
through audit-based quality improvement programmes (QIPs). We had a
great turnout of over 100 delegates and some very interesting and
The launch of the report and how POMH-UK works
Professor Thomas Barnes and Carol Paton, Joint-Heads of POMH-UK
the CQC consider to be good medicines management? Dr
Paul Lelliott, Deputy Chief Inspector: Hospitals (Mental Health),
Care Quality Commission
The Challenge of Dementia Professor
Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia, NHS
Prescribing for adults with ADHD Professor
Philip Asherson, MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry
centre, Institute of Psychiatry
Quality of prescribing in learning disability services:
time for review? Dr Ashok Roy, Chair, Faculty of
Intellectual Disability in Psychiatry and Dr Kiran Purandare,
POMH-UK and the safe use of medicines Dr David
Gerrett, Senior Pharmacist, NHS Improvement
Prescribing for personality disorder: absence or
evidence? Professor Mike Crawford, Director, Royal College
of Psychiatrists' Centre for Quality Improvement