IAPT Connect is a one day conference bringing together adult IAPT and children and young people’s (CYP) service providers, commissioners, policy makers and researchers to discuss the challenges mental health services are facing and look for practical ways forward together.
For an event looking at the future of IAPT services, it seemed only fitting that we ask Ursula James, IAPT Programme Manager at NHS England, to join us.
Ursula will provide an update on progress with commitments and priorities set out in the Five Year Forward View (FYFV) including the long term condition pilots (IAPT-LTC) and payment by results (PBR).
The Five Year Forward view was published in February 2016 by the Mental Health Taskforce and sets out a series of recommendations for ways that we mental health services should improve. You can read our summary of the report’s recommendations here.
Ursula’s presentation will take part during the adult stream at IAPT Connect 17. If you haven’t yet signed up for your free place, please do so here.