Community based services for people with complex emotional needs #ComplexEmotionalNeeds

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This NIHR Mental Health Policy Research Unit event will share and discuss findings from a programme of research to inform community based services that support people with complex emotional needs.

In the UK, concerns about the standard of care provided to people with complex emotional needs prompted the publication in 2003 of “Personality Disorder: No Longer a Diagnosis of Exclusion”, which identified a range of serious deficiencies in access to and availability of appropriate services for people with a “personality disorder” diagnosis. In the 2018 NHS Long Term Plan, NHS England highlighted their commitment to developing treatment guidelines for general community mental health services, which includes the maintenance and further development of community-based services for people with the most complex needs. This research programme has been conducted to help inform commitments in the Long Term Plan, and support improved commissioning of services that support people with complex emotional needs.

The event will be chaired by Tina Coldham (Mental Health User Consultant, Trainer, and Researcher) with speakers and panellists including:
• Members of the NIHR Mental Health Policy Research Unit
• Dr Kirsten Barnicot, City University of London
• Eva Broeckelmann, King’s College London
• Gabriella Clark, Mind Health Movement
• Dr Oliver Dale, West London NHS Trust & Co-President of the British & Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder (BIGSPD)
• Tamar Jeynes, Pink Sky Thinking
• Dr Gary Lamph, UCLAN
• Beth McGeever, NHS England
• Prof Paul Moran, University of Bristol
• Dr Ravi Rana, East London NHS Foundation Trust
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