Ko Awatea is delighted to welcome Professor Su Maddock, who will present a lunchtime learning session at Ko Awatea Centre entitled Mental Health Innovation in the UK: Mainstreaming a Personalised, User-based and Co-designed Approach to Mental Health Recovery on 24 February.
Professor Maddock’s presentation will convey the chronology of mental health recovery interventions and offer insights into the drivers and barriers to mainstreaming service innovation.
Professor Maddock is an academic with extensive experience in public service innovation. She is currently a strategic advisor to the UK national mental health recovery team, who are trying to implement the recovery approach in all mental health trusts. She published ‘Recovery Begins with Hope’ when she was director of the Whitehall Innovation Hub. Her Economic and Social Research Council research, ‘Conditions for Partnership’ (1996), provided the foundation for the North West Change Centre at the Manchester Business School, where she developed a knowledge transfer model for creative exchange between policy makers, practitioners and communities. Professor Maddock is an honorary fellow at the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research and a visiting professor at the University of the West of England.
LUNCHTIME LEARNING SESSION
Mental Health Innovation in the UK: Mainstreaming a Personalised, User-based and Co-designed Approach to Mental Health Recovery
Professor Su Maddock
12-1pm, 24 February 2014
Room 106, Ko Awatea Centre