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Design in Mental Health: Meeting the challenges together


Whether you are looking at adding new buildings, considering refurbishing existing buildings or ongoing maintenance work Design in Mental Health 2016 is here to help you source information, solutions and ideas.


innovations designed to enhance mental health environments. We all understand the need to create safe, effective


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therapeutic environments for mental health. But not everyone has the budget to build from scratch. Increasingly, NHS Trusts have to work within the constraints of existing buildings. And with more demand, and less money, than ever before, creativity and collaboration have never been more critical. At Design in Mental Health, we bring together architects,


mental health professionals from the NHS and the private sector, and – uniquely – service users themselves. But this more than just an opportunity to talk about the issues we face. Our ambition is to create the ultimate project team, with the skills, expertise, perspectives and insights to actually get things done – and create therapeutic environments that work for everyone. Since its inception in 2013, Design in Mental Health has


proved a real catalyst for change. Conversations between exhibitors, visitors, delegates and service users have sparked


he event consists of the Design in Mental Health Network’s annual conference, awards dinner and an exhibition that showcases the latest product


scores of new projects, products and partnerships. This year’s focus will be on innovation, refurbishments and making existing spaces fit for purpose, as well as new-build projects.


For the whole project team


Design in Mental Health brings together everyone involved in delivering therapeutic environments, now and for the future. The only event of its kind in the UK, its success is built on three key elements:


•The Exhibition is a unique marketplace where manufacturers and providers can meet decision-makers and specifiers, make new contacts, generate leads and new product ideas, and identify current and emerging opportunities in the mental health sector.


•This year’s Conference will feature over 40 speakers, with specialist content. Lively and authoritative, it’s THE professional gathering for everyone concerned with the built environment in mental health.


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