TVSCN Events

Psychiatry for GPs study session

On Wednesday 13th December, we are hosting a half day study session for GPs, focusing on acute psychiatry presentations in primary care settings. The day will be chaired by Professor John Geddes (Head of Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford) and will feature short talks from expert speakers on the following topics: * Suicide risk […]

Care planning training for primary care clinicians

The SCN is providing six training sessions for primary care staff to understand and implement care and support planning for their patient population. The training sessions are a full day, with a half day follow up and are held across Oxfordshire: Day 1 Full day: 09.00-17.00 Area & Venue Follow up ½ Day: am: 09.00-13.00 […]

Thames Valley CVD implementation event: 28th September

We will be supporting a joint event, involving Public Health England, NHS England, the British Heart Foundation and NICE, which will bring together the Thames Valley health economy to focus on implementing key CVD aims for the population. These will include: * Diabetes treatment target achievement * Management and detection of hypertension and atrial fibrillation […]

Why does Health Literacy matter? Your invite to a webinar to learn more!

The NHS in England recognises the importance of empowering the public to manage their own health and make informed decisions about their care and treatment, as well as supporting people to improve their health to give them the best opportunity to lead the life that they want. Health literacy is crucial to this, as reported […]

Upcoming event: Recent developments in mental health provision for young people

We are pleased to announce the Thames Valley/Wessex SCN Health and Justice Children and Young Peoples Mental Health Conference on Thursday 6th July being led by: Dr Nick Hindley, Consultant Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatrist, and NHS England National Clinical Lead for FCAMHS Caroline Twitchett, Children & Young People Quality Lead, NHS England and Dr Jon […]