Two Day Live Webinar – 24th & 25th November 2021 09h30 – 16h45 MMH will host a two-day interactive webinar, creating a
Two Day Live Webinar – 24th & 25th November 2021
09h30 – 16h45
MMH will host a two-day interactive webinar, creating a platform for discussion to take place and allow those who are suffering with their mental health to be better informed, to give them a voice and be heard by those who are there to help them.
Medications that are used to treat mental illness are called psychotropics. These are drugs that act on the brain and nervous system and can play a role in treating several mental disorders and conditions. Medications work by rebalancing the chemicals in the brain. Different types of medication act on different chemical pathways.
Medication is only one part of treatment for mental illness. It is usually offered together with psychological treatment (talking therapy), education and lifestyle advice.
For some people, drugs are a short-term solution used to get them over an immediate crisis. For other people, drugs are an on-going, long-term treatment that enables them to live with severe and enduring mental health problems.
Medication in Mental Health (MMH) will bring together the UK’s leading experts to discuss how medication is used; from diagnosis, to GP involvement to treatment and medication. MMH will discuss the effects of treatment, what holistic options and methods are there and how do they work, what does the Private Healthcare have to offer and how effective is it. MMH will also take a look at the effects and liabilities of using medication through an open discussion.
MMH will host a two-day interactive webinar, creating a platform for discussion to take place and allow those who are suffering with their mental health to be better informed, to give them a voice and be heard by those who are there to help them. It will give the providers of medications, services and therapies an opportunity to explain what benefits they offer, how they work and why. With so many more needing support with their mental health, now more than ever, we feel the time is right to create this platform and share knowledge. Only by being better informed and sharing best practise, can we start to make better choices for our mental health.
We look forward to welcoming you to our live interactive networking event presenting a unique opportunity to learn from each other and meet with experts from throughout the UK.
24 (Wednesday) 9:30 am - 25 (Thursday) 4:45 pm
9:30am Opening Address and Welcome9:30am - 10:05amOpening Address & Facilitator Introduction – Co-Founders, Red Rocket Events
10:05am PART ONE - Signs & Symptoms10:05am - 12:30pmSigns & Symptoms - what to look out for
10:05am Brain Functions and mental health - the example of depression10:05am - 10:25amDr Roland Zahn - Reader in Neurocognitive Bases of Mood Disorder
10:25am Lived Experience - Guest Speaker 10:25am - 10:40amZeina Raad
10:40am COMFORT BREAK10:40am - 10:45amTime to stretch your legs and grab a drink
10:45am Research in Hormones, Impact of hormones on mental wellbeing 10:45am - 11:05amDr Abbi Lulsegged - Specialist Endocrinologist
11:05am GP’s - Getting the diagnosis right. Is medication the first port of call? 11:05am - 11:25amDame Claire Gerada - President, Royal College of General Practitioners
11:25am Lived Experience - Guest Speaker 11:25am - 11:45amLizzie Reynolds
11:45am Psychiatry - getting the medication right and factors contributing to good outcomes11:45am - 12:05pmDr Phil Ferreira-Lay - Consultant Psychiatrist
12:05pm Q&A - Panel Discussion 12:05pm - 12:30pmPlease send in your questions for the speakers through the Zoom Chat function
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK12:30pm - 1:30pm Grab a bite to eat and explore the hub .... why not join a discussion group!
1:30pm SESSION TWO - Research and Medication1:30pm - 4:30pmResearch and Medication - Join our leading experts
1:30pm Antidepressants and young people - what we know and what we need to know1:30pm - 1:50pmDr Susannah Murphy - Senior Research Fellow, Dept of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
1:50pm Pharma – Research & Testing - mental health drug trials 1:50pm - 2:15pmProfessor Claire Anderson - Royal Pharmaceutical Society
2:15pm Pharma – what does research show us? Statistics? 2:15pm - 2:35pmDr Adrian James - President, Royal College of Psychiatrists
2:35pm World Health – what is the global trend in treating mental health? 2:35pm - 2:55pmEllie Caley - MSc, Bsc(Hons), MBPsS, MABP Business Psychologist, Wellity Global
2:55pm COMFORT BREAK2:55pm - 3:10pmTime to stretch your legs and grab a drink
3:10pm Lived Experience - Guest Speaker3:10pm - 3:25pmGregg Leighton
3:25pm Corporate Responsibility3:25pm - 3:45pmDr Judith Mohring - Consultant Psychiatrist
3:45pm Pharma - Future research in mentl helath 3:45pm - 4:05pmGeoff Wootton - Director Global Generic Supplier, Relationship & Business Development
4:05pm Q&A Panel Discussion4:05pm - 4:30pmPlease send in your questions for the speakers through the Zoom Chat function
4:30pm Closing Address and round up of Day.14:30pm - 4:45pmFacilitator: Jenny Rayner - Co-Founder, Red Rocket Events
4:45pm Close of Day One4:45pm - 4.45pmThank you for joining us for Day.1. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
4:45pm Close of Day Event4:45pm - 4.45pmThank You for joining us today and yesterday. We hope you enjoyed the webinar. Don't forget to get involved with the hub, join the discussion groups and start having conversations. Let's Connect, Not Disconnect - Together we can make a difference.
9:30am Opening Address & Facilitator Introduction 9:30am - 9:45pmOpening Address: Anne-Marie Khouri - Co-Founder, Red Rocket Events Facilitator: Jenny Rayner - Co-Founder, Red Rocket Events
10:00am SESSION THREE - Treatment and Medication Session Sponsor: CANON UK10:00am - 12:30pmSession Three is Sponsored by CANON UK
10:00am Pharmacist – Long Term effects of medication and contra indications 10:00am - 10:20amCiara Ni Dhubhlaing - President, College of Mental Health Pharmacy
10:20am Is the mental health issue a worldwide problem and does it need a worldwide approach?10:20am - 10:40amDr Gabriel Ivbijaro - Medical Director, The World Dignity Project
10:40am Lived Experience – Guest Speaker10:40am - 10:55amKatherine Bruce
10:55am COMFORT BREAK10:55am - 11:00amTime to stretch your legs and grab a drink
11:00am The Physical – Taking matters into your own hands11:00am - 11:20amSharron Moffatt - Mental Health Trainer & Person-Centered Fitness Professional
11:20am Medication and Therapy - The dual approach11:20am - 11:40amBrett Garcia - Clinical Specialist, Chair of Mind in Croydon
11:40am Lived Experience - Guest Speaker11:40am - 11:50amJason Velez
11:50am Employee Wellbeing - Cost ‘v’ Productivity11:50am - 12:05pmRobbie Cairns - Chief Operations Officer, Optimal Minds
12:05pm Q&A Panel Discussion 12:05pm - 12:30pmPlease send in your questions for the speakers through the Zoom Chat function
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK12:30pm - 1:30pm Grab a bite to eat and explore the hub....why not join a discussion group!
1:30pm SESSION FOUR - Alternative Medicine1:30pm - 4:30pmWhat are the alternative options available?
1:30pm Alternative Medicines - The Use of psychedelics in Mental Health 1:30pm - 1:50pmDr David Adams - CEO, Ranvier Health
1:50pm Lived Experience - Guest Speaker1:50pm - 2:10pmSilas Walker
2:10pm Plant Based Medical Research2:10pm - 2:30pmProfessor David Nutt - Professor of Neuropsychopharmacology, Imperial College London and Chair of Drug Science UK
2:30pm Natural Solutions for mental health2:30pm - 2:50pmNicki Williams - Happy Hormones for Life (Author, Nutritionist)
2:50pm Is the workplace putting the employees needs first2:50pm - 3:05pmRachel Parsons & Nicola Johnson - People Development Team, Canon UK
3:05pm COMFORT BREAK3:05pm - 3:20pmStretch your legs and grab a drink
3:20pm The Power of Lifestyle Medicine in the Workplace 3:20pm - 3:50pmCate Murden - CEO, Push
3:50pm Final Thoughts - Round up of two days3:50pm - 4:10pmSarah Matthew - CEO, The Vibrant Company
4:10 Q&A Panel Discussion4:10 - 4:30pmPlease send in your questions for the speakers through the Zoom Chat function
4:30pm Closing Address4:30pm - 4:45pmFacilitator: Jenny Rayner - Co-Founder, Red Rocket Events
Red Rocket Events are an event management company. We design create and manage bespoke events, specialising in mental health and working with charities. Experienced in well executed summits, conferences, awards and exhibitions, we would be happy to discuss how we can help take your event to the next level. Red Rocket Events produce a series of events for Can Anyone Hear Me? and Medication in Mental Health as well as an online mental health community platform, Mental Health Matters Hub.
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