Events

EIPN Fifth Annual Forum

Date to be confirmed - 2020

Peer-reviewer training is open to members of EIPN. If you're an EIPN member, you'll be asked to put forward at least two members of staff to be trained, so they can visit other services in our network as part of a peer-review team. This is so we can keep the system of peer-reviews going, and is an excellent opportunity to learn from other EIP services!

We will be in contact with members individually regarding peer-reviewer training.

EIPN past events

Date: 24 July 2019

Presentations

  1. Early Intervention in Psychosis Network Update (PDF)

    Eve Blanchard, EIPN Programme Manager

  2. 2. Collection of Outcome Measures in EIP (PDF)

    Stephen McGowan, Regional Clinical Lead for Early Intervention in Psychosis, NHS England

  3. 3. The over-35s: early intervention services entering uncharted territory (PDF)

    Professor Jesus Perez, Consultant Psychiatrist and Ms Lizzie Kenedler, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, CAMEO Early Intervention in Psychosis Service

  4. 4. “Psychosis was like a bomb going off in our family, family work glued it back together” – The benefits and challenges of delivering family psychoeducation as a routine part of care (PDF)

    Delia Richards, RNMH Care Coordinator, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, and Andrew Telford, Carer/Family Member

Workshops

  1. Prescribing in first episode psychosis (PDF)

    Liz Ewins, Consultant Psychiatrist in Early Intervention, and Elena Ely, Senior Practitioner, NMP

  2. My story: Our future – findings from an oral histories project exploring the lives of people who use early intervention services for psychosis (PDF)

    Dr Rose Thompson, Senior Research Manager and Gary Coyle, Peer Researcher, The McPin Foundation

  3. Prescribing in first episode psychosis – use of depot antipsychotics (PDF)

    Dr Marlene Kelbrick, Consultant Psychiatrist, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

  4. My experience of EIT (PDF)

    Tanya Roche, Service User and Lauren Cox, CBT Specialist, Halton & Warrington Early Intervention Team

  5. Reducing re-admission for black men: lessons from our Quality improvement project? (PDF)

    Olivier Andlauer, Consultant Psychiatrist, EQUIP, City & Hackney, East London NHS Foundation Trust and Jamal James, Service User

  6. EIP Family Days (PDF)

    Emily Barber, Family Therapist and Dr Rea Cheetham, Senior Clinical Psychologist, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust

Date: 21 June 2018

Presentations

Open Dialogue in the Early Intervention Service (pdf)
Dr Steven Livingstone, Principal Clinical Psychologist and Dr Ruth Kloocke, Consultant Psychiatrist – Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

Findings from the second EIP self-assessment and the EIPN development (pdf)
Emily Lesnik, Programme Manager and Sophie Hodge, Senior Programme Manager - Early Intervention in Psychosis Network (EIPN)

NCAP – EIP Spotlight Audit (pdf)
Professor Paul French and Professor Jo Smith, NCAP EI Clinical Advisors

Celebrating our success and looking into the future (pdf)
Professor Tim Kendall, National Clinical Director for Mental Health, NHS England

Exploring carer experiences of a structured Carer Wellbeing Intervention (pdf)
Naomi Glover, Clinical Psychologist, Melanie O’Brian Trainee Clinical Psychologist and Susan McBride, Family Member – North East London NHS Foundation Trust

Workshop Session 1a: Creative therapies and support

Evidence based employment support in EIS: Implementing evidence based Individual Placement and Support (IPS) services in EIP
Rash Patel, London EIS IPS Consultant - Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust (projected is funded by Health Education England) and Richard Plank, Employment Specialist – South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust

Getting to a better place
EIP Client, Kirsty Barrett, Senior Mental Health Practitioner & Camilla Sowerby, EIP Pharmacist - Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s EIP Team

Reaching the parts that CBT might not reach: Creative alternatives & choice of therapies in EIP (pdf)
Alex Perry, Psychological Therapies Lead & Fiona Barber, Service Manager – Community Links, Aspire

A compassionate start: Developing a trauma informed EIS (pdf)
Dr Sarah Mansfield, Clinical Psychologist, Julia Heathcote, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist– Wandsworth Early Intervention Service

Workshop Session 1b: Service focused

Experience of developing a ‘Caseload Team’ model of working (pdf)
Dr Zohra Taousi, Consultant Psychiatrist & Hildah Jiah, Nurse Consultant for Psychosis – Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust

Effective management of transitions between Child & Adult Services (pdf)
Phil Goodwin, Team Manager & Laura Airey, Leads Transitions Practitioner – Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust.

Transfers and shared care between EIP teams: what does good look like? (pdf)
Stephen Wright, Consultant/Medical Lead and Clinical Advisor for Yorkshire & Humber EIP Clinical Network – Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust.

EIPN-discharge-to-GP-Erin-Turner-and-Susan-Rainey (pdf)
Erin Turner, Consultant Psychiatrist & Susan Rainey, Community Psychiatric Nurse – Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

 

Date: 7 March 2017

Presentations

Update from national policy team
Sarah Khan, Deputy Head of Mental Health, NHS England

Overcoming Barriers to meeting the A&WTS: A Patient Tracking List
Dr Guy Dodgson, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Lead for North East and Dr Nicola Barclay, Clinical Psychologist , Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust

Children and young people
Stephen McGowan, National Lead for the IRIS Early Intervention in Psychosis Network and Dr Stephen Wright, Consultant in Early Intervention Psychiatry, Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Training for EIP
Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Clinical Lead Mental Health Programme, Health Education England

Development of the Early Intervention in Psychosis Network (EIPN)
Lucy Palmer, Senior Programme Manager, EIPN

 

 

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