Our 2024 Mental Health Network Annual Conference and Exhibition will bring together senior leaders from the mental health, learning disability and autism sector for lively discussions on the future of services, to share good practice, horizon scan, and network with their peers.
The coming year brings a range of opportunities and challenges for mental health providers. Organisations are continuing to deliver services whilst facing unprecedented demand, workforce shortages continue and the issue of mental health is competing with other national priorities, with action still needed on the Mental Health Act and parity of esteem more widely.
Despite this, there is space for change and innovation. This includes an increasingly integrated care landscape with new opportunities for members to influence system-level decisions, the growth of digital and AI, continuing efforts to identify and address health inequalities, and potential changes within parliament as we approach the next election, where we will be making the case for mental health and influencing party manifestos.
Amid this backdrop, we are inviting members once again to come together, unite, and focus on the shared challenges and opportunities for the mental health sector.
We are currently working to finalise an exciting selection of keynote speeches and discussion groups, with details on topics and speakers to be announced in the new year.
Our conference last year was fully booked and places are limited.
We are offering an early-bird discount for Mental Health Network members registering before 19 January 2024.
- Mental Health Network Member Early Bird - £170 + VAT
- NHS Confederation Member Early Bird - £170 + VAT
- Non-Member NHS, VCSE, Arms Length or Government Organisation - £356 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation - £524 + VAT
In addition to the conference itself, we will also be hosting a dinner the night before the conference which is exclusively for Mental Health Network members at a rate of £79 + VAT.
Our commitment to accessibility and inclusion
We are committed to hosting an inclusive and accessible event that enables everyone to attend and engage fully.