Enabling Environments: Talks by Prof. Sue Bailey and Prof. Clare Gerada, November 21, 2014
"Is your environment enabling?"
Enabling Environments Award Annual Conference
November 21 2014, at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Dr. Sue Bailey, "Changing the culture from the ground up: How can Enabling Environments help?"
Professor Dame Sue Bailey is a recent Past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and is currently Senior National Clinical Lead for Mental Health of Health Education England and Chair of the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition, as well as Consultant Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatrist at Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr. Clare Gerada, "Where has compassion in the NHS gone? How can we get it back?"
Professor Clare Gerada, MBE, was Chair of Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners from 2010-2013, and is currently Clinical Chair for Primary Care Transformation, NHS England (London), as well as a partner in the Hurley Group, London’s largest provider of GP services, having been Director of Primary Care for the National Clinical Governance Team and Senior Medical Advisor to the Department of Health.
is part of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI).
The Enabling Environments Award
is a quality mark given to those who can demonstrate they are achieving an outstanding level of best practice in creating and sustaining a positive and effective social environment, based on core values that contribute to healthy relationships. Through a standards-based accreditation program organisations are supported in providing evidence that they are achieving excellence in providing a healthy relational environment for all their participants.
Enabling Environments are:
- Places where positive relationships promote well-being for all participants
- Places where people experience a sense of belonging
- Places where all people involved contribute to the growth and well-being of others
- Places where people can learn new ways of relating
- Places that recognise and respect the contributions of all parties in helping relationships
Conference recordings are held at the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre
Videos of the talks will be appearing on the Royal College of Psychiatrists website