Conference to improve mental health services in rural areas
THE body that provides mental health services in Notts is to hold a conference on Monday to look at ways of improving service in rural areas.
NHS Notts Healthcare, in partnership with the Rural Services Network and the Institute of Rural Health, will host the conference at Nottingham Forest Football Club's City Ground, to support the delivery of rural health provision.
Chief executive Mike Cooke will give a presentation at the conference, entitled Challenging Times. It will be chaired by Baroness Hazel Byford, of the Rural Services All Party Parliamentary Group.
Nick Daibell, general manager for adult mental health services with NHS Notts Healthcare, said: "This conference provides an important opportunity to bring together colleagues from partner agencies to share ideas and best practice in the provision and development of health services for rural populations, as well as addressing any common concerns or issues.
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"By working together we will be best placed to successfully meet the needs of our communities and ensure the delivery of effective rural health services."
For more information, contact Sarah Peet at Nottinghamshire Healthcare on 01623 784787.