The NHS has faced unprecedented pressure during the pandemic. Yet the greatest pressure on its mental health services may be yet to come in the aftermath of the crisis.
The latest report from Centre for Mental Health and the NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network, as part of their joint Mental Health Economics Collaborative, explores some of the biggest systemic issues for our mental health services in the run-up to the government’s Comprehensive Spending Review.
This webinar was an opportunity to hear about what the report found and debate how NHS trusts, integrated care systems and mental health service providers across all sectors can plan to meet the challenges to come over the next five years.
- Sean Duggan, Chief Executive, NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network
- Nick O’Shea, Chief Economist, Centre for Mental Health
- Helen Greatorex, Chief Executive, Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
- Dr Rajesh Nadkarni, Executive Medical Director, Cumbria, Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Trust