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A folder to contain all your Network's news Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are delighted to invite you to the 1ST INTERNATIONAL ACUTE CARE CONFERENCE 15 & 16 MAY 2012 VENUE - THE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, WREXHAM ACUTE CARE - THE HONEYMOON IS OVER Acute care has changed over the last few years with the introduction of Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams and the reduction of number of beds. However, there is still no uniformity of service model or clarity upon which, if any, is the most effective. The conference will explore current evidence from clinical and service deliver points of view to provide that information. Who should attend? Acute Care – the honeymoon is over is of particular interest to: Psychiatrists Community psychiatric nurses Senior mental health managers Commissioners in Psychiatry Service users and carers and other stakeholders. Conference organised by Dr. Colin White, Consultant Psychiatrists, CWP NHS Trust and Dr. Alberto Salmoiraghi, Consultant Psychiatrist and Head of Acute Care, BCUHB NHS Trust PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME Day 1 - Tuesday 15 May 2012 - CONTINUITY OF CARE: HAS IT DIVORCED FROM ACUTE CARE? 09.15 Arrival and registration 09.30 Welcome and opening remarks - Colin White and Alberto Salmoiraghi 09.45 CEO address - Sheena Cumiskey, CWP NHS Trust 10.00 The importance of continuity of care in the Trieste model Prof. Roberto Mezzina Professor of Psychiatry and Consultant Psychiatrist, Trieste, Italy 10.45 Acute Care was misconceived from the outset: the case for the prosecution Prof. Rob Poole Professor of Mental Health, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, UK 11.30 Refreshment 11.45 TBC 12.30 LUNCH 13.15 Interactive discussion: “My model is better than yours!” The house believes that In-Patient consultant model has fragmented services and offers a worse quality of care Chair: Dr. Alberto Salmoiraghi For: Prof. Anthony Pelosi Against: TBC 14.15 onwards – Workshops and symposia - The use of seclusion in PICU-Dr. Raj Sambhi - Clinical presentation of Delirium-Dr. Caroline Broadhurst - Psychopharmacology in Acute Care settings - TBC - Eating Disorder and in-patient treatment- Dr. Dawn Henderson Day 2 - Wednesday 16 May 2012 09.15 Arrival and registration 09.30 Welcome to day 2 Dr. Colin White 09.45 CEO address - Geoff Lang, BCUHB NHS Trust 10.0 Research evidence for acute care models Prof. Christoph Lauber Professor of Psychiatry, University of Liverpool, UK 10.45 Community Treatment Orders: managing risk or compliance? Prof. Peter Lepping Visiting Professor, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, UK 11.30 Refreshments 11.45 Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorders: admit or not admit? Dr. David Crossley Consultant Psychiatrist, Honorary Senior Lecturer and Head of Primary Care and Psychological Therapies, BCUHB, Wrexham, UK 12.30 LUNCH 13.15 A clinical conundrum: alcohol denial and cognitive impairment Prof. Ken Wilson Professor of Psychiatry, University of Liverpool, UK 14.15 onwards - workshops and symposia - CAMHS relationship with Acute Care- Dr. Andy Cotgrove - Legal aspects- Hill Dicks solicitor - Medical update for Psychiatrists - Acute care and Learning Disabilities – Dr. Roger Banks The conference will be held at the Medical Institute, Maelor Hospital, Croesnewydd Road, Wrexham. LL13 7YP The medical institute is situated at the top of the hospital, across the car park from the main hospital entrance. The cost of the conference is £125 per day. Attendance on each day equates to 6 CPD hours (subject to peer group approval) The conference is not supported by pharmaceutical companies. ACCOMMODATION Accommodation is available at the Ramada Hotel, Wrexham (200 yards from the venue) at a discounted rate of £82.00 per person per night. Please book in before 14 April 2012 to secure this rate. Reserve your accommodation directly with the hotel at 01978 293620 or email betty.hicks@ramadaplazawrexham.co.uk. quoting CWP140512. A credit/debit card will be required to secure the reservation and cancellations must be received prior to 2 pm on the day of arrival. Arrangements and payment for accommodation are the responsibility of individual delegates, not the organisers. DINNER The Conference Dinner is available on Tuesday 15 May 2012 at Abode Chester TO SECURE YOUR PLACE AT THE CONFERENCE To book your place, please complete the booking form on the next page and email/fax it to The Medical Education Department, CWP, Bowmere Hospital, Chester. Email: medicaleducation@cwp.nhs.uk. Fax 01244 397360. Alternatively, Laura Jordan can be contacted. laura.jordan@wales.nhs.uk Tel. 01978 72 6873 Type in ‘Acute Care Conference’ on Linkedin and Facebook and NHS networks for further information Please ensure you indicate whether you wish to attend just one date or both dates. TERMS AND CONDITIONS Cancellations must be received before 9 am on 7 May 2012. There will be no refunds for any received after this date. A substitute may attend if the delegate booked in cannot do so after 7 May 2012. The organisers retain the right to make changes to the published programme if necessary. DELEGATE BOOKING FORM ACUTE CARE - THE HONEYMOON IS OVER - 15 & 16 MAY 2012 (Please complete in block letters) DR/MR/MRS/MISS/OTHER LAST NAME FIRST NAME ORGANISATION ADDRESS & CONTACT NAME FOR INVOICE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS CONTACT TEL NO (DAY) SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS DATE(S) OF ATTENDANCE AT CONFERENCE DINNER ……………… BOOKING FORMS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PAYMENT OR THE FULL ADDRESS OF THE ORGANISATION TO BE INVOICED AND MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY 4 MAY 2012.