We’re delighted to announce our NHS CHECK Mental Health Conference, The impact of COVID on the mental health of NHS staff: Impact, Inequality and Moral Injury.
The Great Hall (Strand), Kings College, London
5th December 2022, 09:30-17:00
We will be discussing NHS CHECK findings as well as other comparative studies, hear from the NHS themselves on the impact the research has had, and invite conversation with industry leaders and influencers. Key topics include:
The mental health impact on the NHS
Inequalities and discrimination
Investigating moral Injury
PhD & early career showcasing
Confirmed Speakers, with many more yet to confirm
Professor Stephani Hatch, TIDES
Professor Neil Greenberg, NHSCHECK
Sir Simon Wessely, NHSCHECK, Interim Executive Dean, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience KCL
Clive Kay, CEO Kings College Hospital
Dr Jo Billings, UCL
Professor Manish Pareek, UK REACH
Dr Aimee McKinnon, Oxford
Danielle Lamb, UCL, NHSCHECK
Siobhan Hegarty, NHSCHECK
Tickets offer access to all of the talks throughout the day as well as refreshments, lunch and networking drinks post event
Early bird ticket £79 before October 18th
£99 per ticket thereafter
We are offering participating NHS CHECK Trust and funders 1 free ticket, and for others in that organisation the early bird rate of £79
Ticket Sales will close on 11th November
This event is not a profit making exercise. All ticket sales cover the cost of production, speaker travel, catering and expenses. If there is any money left over from the event, that will be re-invested straight back into the funding of NHS CHECK.
We are delighted to announce the below agenda. As speakers are confirmed the agenda shall be updated.
Three Minute Thesis
We are welcoming PhD students and Early Career researchers (self-defined) to showcase their work in poster format. All posters will be displayed at the event, with a prize awarded for best poster, judged by the NHS CHECK team.
In addition, there are 10 slots for poster presentations, where participants will have 3 minutes to present their work to our esteemed audience, panellists, and the NHS CHECK team, with a brief question slot after each presentation. Presentation slots will be allocated by the NHS CHECK team on the basis of the abstract submitted.
How it works
Submit your abstract in no more than 450 words to the NHS CHECK team through the below button, with subject title labelled ‘Poster Competition’ before 1st November. Abstracts should include the subheadings: Introduction; Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusion. Note whether or not you wish to take part in the presentation competition as well.
Purchase your student ticket to the event
Posters are to be submitted by email in PDF format by 30th November. Participants will be responsible for printing and bringing their own poster to the event.
Those allocated presentation slots will be informed by email by [insert date].
The winner will receive a £50 voucher, with 1 x runners up voucher of £25