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									                                                                             CPPS
                                                                CENTRE FOR PUBLIC POLICY SEMINARS

                                                                 TAKING FORWARD THE

                                                     MENTAL
                                    CPPS
                                                   HEALTH BILL
                                                 How Do We Ensure Excellent Services for People
                                                              with Mental Illness?
                                                  - Ensuring Effective Partnerships, Treatment,
h Government is scrapping the
  draft Mental Health Bill                           Protection, Universality and Advocacy
  2004
h A new shorter Bill will be
  introduced to amend the                                     Friday 7 July 2006
  Mental Health Act of 1983                        The Royal Commonwealth Society, London
h New and innovative
  community services are to
  increase choice, enable more                                                                                Contributors Include:
  home treatment, and
  provide assertive outreach                                            Kathryn Pugh (SOS Project Lead, Young Minds)
  and early intervention
h Much shorter than the draft
                                                                     Teresa Reynolds (Head of Policy, Victim Support)
  2004 Bill, the new one                                      Maria Duggan (Independent Consultant and Researcher)
  retains several key
  controversial proposals                                Dr Clare Lamb (Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist)
h There remain issues needing                         Paul Corry (Director of Campaigns and Communications, Rethink)
  resolution
h For this Bill to be inclusive it                   David Lye (Mental Health Bill Implementation Project Manager, DH)
  should consider the needs of                      Dr Andrew McCulloch (Chief Executive, Mental Health Foundation)
  all members of society
                                                 Prof Nigel Eastman (Professor of Law and Ethics in Psychiatry, SGUL)
This seminar provides a forum                 Chief Omilade Oladele (Director of Development, Gus John Partnership)
for debate for all those
interested in the future of                  Keith Smith (Chief Executive, British Institute of Learning Disabilities, BILD)
mental health                                                                                 With a Senior Representative from the
                                                                                       Mental Health Strategy Group, ADSS

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Chair of Advisory Council Lord Toby Harris
Director Sydney Roper                        www.cppseminars.org.uk
                           TAKING FORWARD THE MENTAL HEALTH BILL
        HOW DO WE ENSURE EXCELLENT SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS?
              ENSURING EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS, TREATMENT, PROTECTION,
                            UNIVERSALITY AND ADVOCACY
                                                               Friday 7 July

Government is scrapping the draft Mental Health Bill                       The amended Bill will not put the right of access to
2004. A new shorter Bill will be introduced to amend the                   advocacy on a statutory footing for patients detained under
Mental Health Act of 1983. Presented as a “streamlined                     the Mental Health Act. The Mental Health Alliance are
bill which will be simpler to understand and less costly to                concerned that advocacy will not be universally available
implement than previous proposals”, it has had a cautious                  without legislation.
welcome from mental health campaigners.
                                                                           More controversial is the removal of the "treatability
Mental health has been identified as one of the key health                 test" which says that people with psychopathic disorder or
priorities in the UK. Increased funding and an improved                    mental impairment can only be detained if treatment is
skill base of professionals treating patients without their                "likely to alleviate or prevent deterioration in [their]
consent lies at the heart of the proposals. New and                        condition". The Government proposes to replace this with
innovative community services are to increase choice,                      a test (applying to all groups of patients) of whether
enable more home treatment, and provide assertive                          "appropriate treatment is available".
outreach and early intervention. Government aims to                        Campaigners welcome the scrapping of the draft bill, but
protect patients and the wider public from harm, strengthen                remain concerned about what future legislation will mean.
patient safeguards and support service modernisation.
                                                                           There remain many issues needing resolution. There
Much shorter than the draft 2004 Bill, the new one                         are matters of vital importance absent from the new Bill.
retains several key proposals. Government says                             Despite clear evidence that black and minority ethnic
compulsory supervised treatment in the community for                       people are consistently over-represented in the system,
patients discharged from compulsory hospital treatment                     there are no clear guidelines to tackle this. Children and
will help those caught in a “revolving door” of relapse and                young people have not received particular attention, and
readmission because they fail to take medication. Will                     questions remain about provision for people with learning
increased compulsion dissuade those with mental health                     disabilities. For this Bill to be inclusive it should
problems from seeking help?                                                consider the needs of all members of society.
The amended bill will also close a legal loophole (the                     This seminar brings together policy makers, practitioners
Bournewood Gap) following a judgment by the European                       and campaigners to discuss the future of the Mental Health
Court of Human Rights, that people who lack the capacity to                Bill. It looks at partnerships required for full implementation
consent to treatment need legal protection to ensure they                  of a positive mental health agenda and provides a forum
are not being detained illegally in hospitals or care homes.               for debate for all those interested in the future of mental
                                                                           health.


   The Centre for Public Policy Seminars runs distinctive weekly seminars across the public policy agenda in London, Edinburgh, Dublin,
   Belfast, and Manchester. Our seminars cover the spectrum of cutting edge issues and are designed to inform and challenge current
   thinking. They include contributions from today's leading national and local public policy trail blazers. Crisp and often provocative 20
   minute presentations are followed by 30 to 40 minutes of discussion and debate. Sessions are highly interactive and attendees have an
   opportunity to engage in high level debate with speakers rarely available in any forum.
   The Centre is directed by Sydney Roper, who has been engaged in top level public policy debate over many years. The work is guided by
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      Care, Department of Health)
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      Dixon, Head of Programmes, Beacons and Services, IDeA)
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                                Taking Forward the Mental Health Bill
                  How Do We Achieve Excellent Services for People with Mental Illness?
         How Do We Ensure Effective Partnerships, Treatment, Protection, Universality and Advocacy?
                                                            Friday 7 July 2006


09.00              Reception and refreshments

09.30              Chair's welcome and opening remarks
                   Maria Duggan, Independent Consultant and Researcher

9.45               Taking forward the Mental Health Bill : Ensuring excellent and inclusive mental health services
                   - Government's agenda and expectations
                   David Lye, Mental Health Bill Implementation Project Manager, Department of Health
10.05              How can statutory bodies and professionals best meet the challenges of the legislation
                   and achieve excellence in provision
                   a. The NHS and the medical profession
                   Professor Nigel Eastman, Professor of Law and Ethics in Psychiatry, St George's, University of London;
                   Chairman of the Law Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
10.25              b. Local government and social care
                   Representative, Mental Health Strategy Group, The Association of Directors of Social Services
10.45              Panel discussion

11.25              Mid morning coffee, tea and refreshments

11.40              How do we achieve the best quality partnerships and advocacy?
                   Andrew McCulloch, Chief Executive, Mental Health Foundation
12.00              How can the non-statutory sectors make the greatest contribution?
                   Paul Corry, Director of Campaigns and Communications, Rethink
12.20              How do we ensure the most effective facilities for children and young people?
                   Kathryn Pugh, SOS Project Lead, Young Minds, and Dr Clare Lamb, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist,
                   North Wales Adolescent Service, Conwy and Denbighshire NHS Trust
12.50              Panel discussion

13.30              Lunch

14.30              How do we ensure that black and minority ethnic people are properly provided for and do not suffer discrimination?
                   Chief Omilade Oladele, Director of Development, Gus John Partnership
14.50              How do we ensure that people with learning disabilities are properly provided for and do not suffer discrimination?
                   Keith Smith, Chief Executive, British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)
15.10              Victims and potential victims - how do we provide protection, information and services?
                   Teresa Reynolds, Head of Policy, Victim Support
15.30              Panel Discussion

16.00              Where is all this taking us? What are we likely to achieve in the next decade?
                   How will it impact on the different stakeholders?
                   Maria Duggan, Independent Consultant and Researcher
16.20              Final discussion

16.30              Close of seminar
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