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Past events

Inclusion for all? webinar series – Mental health, children & young people

Thursday 10th February, 11.45-13.00

The third of five webinars in our ‘Inclusion for all? Mental health series’. 

This 75 minute webinar focussed on how children & young people with mental ill health, along with their families/carers can work collaboratively with health and care staff to achieve the best care and experience, with guest speakers:

  • Clara – a CAHMS service user with lived experience & member of Article 12
  • Non Hill – mother of a young person with mental ill health
  • Cathy Creswell – Professor of Developmental Clinical Psychology

A link to the recording from this webinar will be available in due course.

Inclusion for all? webinar series – Working with people with dementia webinar

Wednesday 19th January, 11.45-13.00

The second of five webinars in our ‘Inclusion for all? Mental health series’. 

This 75 minute webinar focussed on working with people with dementia, with guest speakers:

  • Tony O’Connell – a service user living with dementia
  • Nathan – carer of family member who has dementia
  • Anne Killett – Senior lecturer in occupational therapy at the University of East Anglia

A link to the recording from this webinar will be available in due course.

Working with patients, carers and the public: Getting It Right

Monday 18 October 2021, 11.45-13.00

A workshop organised by the Working Together Partnership, aimed at both professionals and the public.

This workshop explored why working together with patients, carers and the public is so important and ways to make it most effective.

To view the slides from this webinar, please click here.

‘Working with the Seldom Heard’ webinar series Nov 2020-April 2021

It is vital that health services, research and education meet the needs of people from all walks of life. We need to work in partnership with people from diverse communities to achieve this, for example black and minority ethnic groups or the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community. These communities can often be marginalised or less often included in our partnerships, hence the term ‘seldom heard’. We need to work differently to make sure that we include everyone’s voices, such as going to different places, meeting people where they are and listening.

Follow this link for more details of three webinars which took place in 2020/21 including access to recordings

Use the links on the right of this page to find out about other activities since 2017.