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PCMIS Open Day 12th September 2013

Book your place at the PCMIS Open Day, Research Presentations and PCMIS Workshops.

Bookings are now being taken for the PCMIS Open Day and free afternon workshops on Thursday 12th September 2013.

We are pleased to announce that Professor Simon Gilbody will be delivering the Key Note Speech at the Open Day. Professor Simon Gilbody directs the Mental Health and Addictions Research Group (MHARG) at the University of York. Simon's projects include the largest UK trials to date of collaborative care for older people with depression (the CASPER trials) and computer-delivered therapy for depression (the REEACT trials).

See how PCMIS can help to improve your service performance and patient outcomes.
Meet the PCMIS team. Get involved in afternoon workshops. Contribute your ideas to help make PCMIS even better.

Open day: 10:00 - 12:00
  • Registration and refreshments (09:30 - 10:00)
  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Supporting Services - The PCMIS Road Map.
  • Reasons to look at the whole picture: Prospects and challenges of multidimensional assessment in IAPT - Jan Boehnke Research Fellow MHARG.
  • Increasing productivity - Preview of PCMIS 5.0.
  • Integrated Primary Care for Common Mental Health Problems: What Works? - Professor Simon Gilbody.

Optional - Networking lunch and PCMIS workshops: 12:00 - 14:15

We will be holding afternoon workshops. These are being offered free of charge to existing services - Getting the most out of PCMIS, Service performance reporting, Worker training workshop.

Online bookings for the Open Day are now closed. If you would like to book a last minute place, please call us. Tel 01904 321322.

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