Schedule 5 (New)

# Topic Speaker TimeHall
1 Opening with Dyfed Edwards, BCUHB Chairman10:00 - 10:15Times Complex
2 Plenary Lecture: What needs to be done?Dr. Lade Smith CBE10:15 - 11:00B.City Complex
3 Plenary In memory of Franco Rotelli: the Impact of the Trieste model on services around the world Followed by Q&AProf. Roberto Mezzina, Prof. Alberto Salmoiraghi11:00 - 11:45Times Complex
4 Break11:45 - 12:15Newyork Complex
5 Plenary Lecture, Compassionate Mental HealthBrigid Bowen12:15 - 13:00City Hutt Complex
6 Lunch13:00 - 14:00B.City Complex
7 Plenary Lecture: Call for TransformationJohn Jenkins CEO14:00 - 14:45
8 Workshop 1 - Music for WellbeingChris Lloyd, Fiona Kettell14:45 - 16:00Times Complex
9 Workshop 2 - Integrating nature and environment into clinical practiceDr. Emily Peckham14:45 - 16:00Newyork Complex
10 Workshop 3 - Relational Practice and Homestead Community Network: What do they look like?Dr. Rex Haigh, Neelam Khawani-Connett, Tim Makower14:45 - 16:00City Hutt Complex
11 Workshop 4 - Arts in Mental Health - with Terri Howson-Griffiths Includes: Arts Council Wales overview across AiH/ MH Wales wide (Rebecca Hardy Griffith/ Arts Council Wales, Arts, Health and Wellbeing Development Officer) · Arts in Health overview/ MH focus across BCUHB (Teri Howson-Griffiths BCUHB Arts in Health and Wellbeing Strategic Lead Andrea Davies, BCUHB Arts in Health and Wellbeing Coordinator ) · Arts and Minds/ Baring/ Ty Llewelyn (Michael Davies, BCUHB Lead Occupational Therapist/ Ty Llewelyn Medium Secure Forensic Unit plus Arts and Minds yr 1 Programme film)14:45 - 16:00
# Topic Speaker TimeHall
1 Introduction to Day 2 by Prof Maria Hinfelaar, Vice Chancellor of Wrexham University10:00 - 10:15B.City Complex
2 Plenary Lecture: Exclusion Culture in Mental Health ServicesDr. Chloe Beale10:15 - 11:00City Hutt Complex
3 Plenary Lecture: Journey from child to adult mental health services: a view from the bridgeProf. Swaran Singh11:00 - 11:45Times Complex
4 Break11:45 - 12:15Newyork Complex
5 Debate – Current inpatient care is intrinsically abusive. Moderator: Prof Catherine RobinsonProf. Catherine Robinson, Prof. Rob Poole, Prof. Peter Lepping12:15 - 13:00City Hutt Complex
6 Lunch13:00 - 14:00B.City Complex
7 Plenary Lecture: Coercion in mental health care in the United Kingdom: how are we doing?Dr. Andrew Molodynski14:00 - 14:45
8 Workshop 1: Plumbing not Pilates: Social prescribing is inadequateProf. Rob Poole, Prof. Catherine Robinson14:45 - 15:30B.City Complex
9 Workshop 2: Writing a grant applicationProf. Catherine Robinson, Dr Katrina Forsyth14:45 - 15:30
10 Workshop 3 - Is attachment theory the right theoretical framework to build the mental health services of the future?Prof. Alberto Salmoiraghi14:45 - 15:30