- August 2018
- June 2018
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2019 Annual Forum
Price for non-members is £150 per person.
This year's forum will be themed on quality improvement and will involve a number of talks and workshops from services and individuals have been heavily involved in QI projects. We aim for all attendees to walk away with new ideas to innovate and improve the quality of their service.
The key-note speaker for the event will be Sridevi Kalidindi CBE, the Royal College's 2017 Psychiatrist of the Year, who will be speaking on "Getting It Right First Time in Rehabilitation" and what is central to driving quality improvement.
A full programme will be shared shortly.
Peer reviewer training
This is a great opportunity to train to become a peer or lead reviewer for AIMS Rehab. As a peer reviewer not only will you be part of another services quality improvement process, you will also be able to take your experience and learning's back to your own ward. CPD certificates are available for attending our training sessions and peer-reviews.
2019 Peer Reviewer Training Dates:
- Summer training date and venue to be announced.
- 22 October 2019 (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London, E1 8BB). Please complete a booking form (doc) and send to: firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
AIMS Rehab Annual forum 17 May 2018:
Developing a quality network for mental health rehabilitation services
The third AIMS Rehab Annual Forum was held on Thursday 17 May 2018.
The day was attended by 129 rehab professionals and included a keynote speech from Professor Helen Killaspy, Consultant Psychiatrist and Chair of the AIMS Rehab Advisory Group, a network update from the AIMS Rehab project team and eight workshops for members throughout the day.
If you would like a reminder of the day or were unable to attend, below you will find all the presentations from the day. Please click on the title of the presentation to download.
Prof Helen Killaspy
Sara Poutney, Matthew Hodges, Jane Hannon
Julie Smalley, Maha Barlow
Donna Bradford, Adam Partridge, Charlotte Smith, Darcy Woods
Hilton Vera, Julie Cummins
Stephen Jones, Dr Ehab Morgan
Maria Antypa, Ute Liersch
Rowland Woodward, Anna Cook
Project Team Update
Eleanor Parker, Conor Booker