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Care England 2016 Conference set to examine mental health, wellbeing and the Mental Capacity Act

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Following on from a recent survey of Care England’s members, this year’s conference will focus on mental wellbeing and the implementation of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and how successfully it has been implemented across the sector in frontline care. 

Taking place at the Church House Conference Centre in London on Wednesday 16 November, the event will look in depth at a variety of aspects of mental wellbeing in care homes.

The conference will feature a range of influential speakers, who will explore further how to improve MCA implementation in care homes; a key issue raised in Care England’s survey.

Speakers confirmed so far include Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, a Professor of Palliative Medicine at Cardiff University and an Independent Crossbench member of the House of Lords; Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, Shadow Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Health; Peter Kinsey, Chief Executive of Care Management Group and Dominique Kent, Director of Operations at The Good Care Group.

The event also includes an exhibition and seminars from leading sector product and service suppliers.

All providers are strongly encouraged by Care England to attend the conference, with further information and online booking available at: www.careengland.org.uk

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