IMPHS webinar series continues
Join us to reflect on the progress we've made to integrate mental and physical healthcare in south east London.
Integrating our Mental and Physical Healthcare (IMPHS) is funded by the Maudsley Charity, hosted by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (FT) and delivered alongside colleagues from the Centre for Implementation Science at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. The project aims to improve support and services for people with serious mental illnesses regarding their physical health.
The Mind & Body team has been organising a series of lunchtime webinars to share learnings and experience from delivering the project, and there’s a number of insightful sessions planned for this February, taking place on Wednesdays between 1pm – 2pm:
An evaluation of physical healthcare within SLaM community mental health teams, 8 February
This event focusses on sharing the outcomes from a service evaluation investigating how physical healthcare is approached within SLaM’s adult community mental health teams.
Consultant Connect, 15 February
This session covers the implementation and evaluation of Consultant Connect in South London and Maudsley NHS FT services over the last two years.
Physical Health Clinic, 22 February
This webinar goes over key learnings from a pilot partnership project that embedded an in-reach physical health team within inpatient services at two of South London and Maudsley NHS FT hospitals.
Click here to sign up to these upcoming sessions.
You can watch previous webinars in this series below:
The IMPHS approach
An introductory webinar that outlines how the IMPHS Project Team has approached delivery of key projects focused on improving the physical healthcare of adults with severe mental illness (SMI) at SLaM.
This event focussed on sharing a toolkit approach to implementing a health champion model within healthcare services, designed specifically to support adults with SMI who experience associated physical health problems. The session will cover the key factors that enable a successful championship model and offer ideas for how health champions can be utilised and supported in practice.
This session aimed to share key learnings from a study exploring how people with SMI use digital technology to help manage their physical health, and will propose recommendations for the potential of digital in physical healthcare practice when supporting adults living with SMI.
For more information about the IMPHS project, you can contact the team on IMPHS@slam.nhs.uk.