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Workshop/Symposia Programme: 18th May

Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing
Progress Through Partnerships

17th and 18th May

Royal Horticultural Halls Conference Centre
Greycoat Street, London SW1P 2PE

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10.00 - 11.15 Theme: Partnerships for Building Capacity

Session 3.1 Workshop

School mental health promotion: Partnerships for Success
Mark Weist, University of Maryland, Baltimore

Session 3.2 Workshop

Building real partnerships to develop resilience, research and practice,
Angie Hart, Brighton University and Sussex Partnership NHS Trust and Kim Aumann, Amaze Parenting Charity

Session 3.3 Paper Presentations

Perinatal liaison mental health service – meeting the emotional needs of women in pregnancy and early parenthood
Elaine Healy, Cork University Hospital

Building Capacity for Self Esteem and Confidence in Inverclyde
Jan Henderson, H and K Training Associates

‘Good for you, good for your brain’: the Scottish dementia risk reduction
Kate Fearnley, Alzheimer Scotland

Session 3.4 Paper Presentations

Scales to measure the positive mental health and well being of adults: a structured, targeted review
Jane Speight, AHP Research Ltd

“A Community of Interest” approach to improving Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing
Lorraine Lindsay and Maurice Meehan, Eastern Health & Social Services Board

11.45 - 13.00 Theme: Partnerships for Effective Implementation

Session 4.1 Workshop

Developing partnerships around promoting children’s mental health and wellbeing and preventing mental ill-health in a range of settings
Roger Catchpole, YoungMinds and Julia White Scottish, Development Centre for Mental Health

Session 4.2 Workshop

Promoting Community Well being
Allyson McCollam and Niki Kandirikirira, Scottish Development Centre for Mental Health

Session 4.3 Papers

Zippy’s Friends - the delivery of a mental health promotion programme for young children though international partnerships
Caroline Egar, Partnership for Children

‘Insiders on the outside’: primary mental health work in schools
Paula Huddart, Strathbrock Partnership Centre

Session 4.4 Papers

Working Collaboratively - Prescriptions for Healthy Learning: An example of success
Petrina South, nextstep, Prescriptions for Healthy Learning

Successful adaption of a Mens Health Clinic as a health improvement assessment tool in rural Highland
Jermaine Allison, Highland Health Board

Glasgow Anti-Stigma Partnership
Niel Quinn, Lee Knifton and Alice Walker, University of Strathclyde

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