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DiMH 2019 PREVIEW


Conference Programme DIMH 2019 TUESDAY 21 MAY 2019 – DAY ONE


09.00 Registration and Exhibition Visit 09.55 Welcome Address: Jenny Gill, Chair – Design in Mental Health Network (DiMHN)


10.00 Opening Keynote: Philip Ross, Director, Design in Mental Health Network – Design with confidence: comprehensive test methods for products in mental health environments


10.25 Keynote: Simon Corben, Director and head of Profession, NHS Estates and Facilities Efficiency and Productivity Division, NHS Improvement


10.50 Q&A – Jenny Gill, DiMHN 11.00 Coffee Break and Exhibition Visit ROOM A l SAFE IN SECLUSION? EXAMINING SECLUSION USE AND DESIGN IN CONTEMPORARY CARE


11.30 No Force First – Dave Riley, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust Seclusion Project – Paula Reavey, London South Bank University and Dr Hamid Alhaj, NAPICU Assembling a standard design for a multi-purpose seclusion unit — Alex Senciuc, Medical Architecture


12.24 Q&A – Paula Reavey, London South Bank University 12.30 Lunch and Exhibition Visit l HEALTH & WELLBEING


13.45 Metabolic syndrome and architecture: improving our health and wellbeing – Anthony Jones, Fairhursts Design Group


Rowan View: Patient-centred design – Karen Flatt, IBI Group


Urban and graphic design with culture – Alex Harrington, Graduate graphic designer and illustrator


14.45 Q&A – Cath Lake, P+HS Architects 15.00 Tea Break and Exhibition Visit ROOM B l CHILDREN ARE THE FUTURE


11.30 Co-design for the Adolescent Extended Treatment Facility, Queensland, Australia – Eline Tops, MAAP Architects


Caudwell Children – Trudi Beswick, CEO, Caudwell Children (see picture, right) ‘I’m used to it’ – Interior design, wellbeing, and incarcerated youth – Franz James and Sepideh Olausson, University of Gothenburg


12.24 Q&A – Simon Gilby, CEO, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust


12.30 Lunch and Exhibition Visit l DEMENTIA


13.45 A digital tool to improve patient safety in dementia wards – Dr Kay Wright, Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust


Towards an integrated context-based assistive monitoring technology for dementia in residential care homes – Dr Ghasson Shabha, Birmingham School of the Built Environment Designing for dementia with virtual reality – Elizabeth Butcher, Tarkett


Dementia-friendly? Challenging the reminiscence aesthetic in acute settings – Benjamin Wall, LSI Architects


14.45 Q&A – Alex Caruso, ACA+I 15.00 Tea break and Exhibition Visit l LIVED EXPERIENCE


15.45 Service-user experience – Katharine Lazenby Festival of life and death – Alan Chapman, Founder, Festival of Life and Death


16.30 Closing Keynote: Mandy Stevens, Author – ‘My own experience’


16.55 Q&A – Katharine Lazenby, Expert by Experience 17.05 Exhibition Visit


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WEDNESDAY 22 MAY 2019 – DAY TWO


09.00 Registration and Exhibition Visit 09.55 Welcome Address: Joe Forster, President, Design in Mental Health Network


10.00 Opening Keynote: Francis Pitts, Architecture+ 10.25 Keynote: Green spaces – Susan Grant, Principal Architect, Health, NHS National Services Scotland


10.50 Q&A – Joe Forster, DiMHN 11.00 Coffee Break and Exhibition Visit 11.30


12.00 Conference Break ROOM A l ESTATES MODERNISATION


12.05 Standard approach to inspection, key things which trip up mental health facilities – George Catford, Inspection manager (Mental Health), Care Quality Commission London Region


Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership: Mental health estate strategy – Karla Damba, Currie & Brown Jonathan Campbell, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Richard Walker, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Horizon gazing from viewing mounds - our vision of an integrated future –Wendy de Silva, IBI Group, Claire Dalley, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust


13.10 Q&A – Jonathan Campbell, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust


13.20 Lunch and Exhibition Visit l PROJECT SPOTLIGHT


14.45 Modernising mental health in the Vale of York – Derek Shepherd, P+HS Architects, Martin Dale, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust ProCure22 – Paula Reavey, Design in Mental Health Network and London South Bank University Alan Kondys – VINCI Construction UK


15.30 Q&A and closing remarks from Joe Forster, President, DiMHN ROOM B l ART DESIGN & HEALTH


12.05 Harnessing nature for healing – Peter O’Hare, Bethlem Royal Hospital, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust International perspectives on sensory rooms– Rebecca Davies, Maudsley Hospital, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Art in mental health across the life span – Niamh White, Hospital Rooms UK


Art in mental health across the life span –Joh Bates, Farrer Huxley Associates


13.10 Q&A – Dr Faisil Sethi, Consultant psychiatrist & Interim Service director, Maudsley Hospital


13.20 Lunch and Exhibition Visit l CLINICAL DESIGN


14.45 Red2Green – Project to improve flow through mental health inpatient services – Mike Caulfield, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Mental Health at home: issues, solutions, and interventions – Richard Mazuch, IBI Group


15.30 Q&A – Chris Dzikiti, North London, STP 15.45 Exhibition Visit 16.15 Event Closes


Keynote: Rt Honourable Norman Lamb MP.


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