New Dates for Design in Mental Health Conference
Update to our conference dates – 24th and 25th August
There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the past 12 months navigating the Covid pandemic have been challenging. Since the first national lockdown in March 2020, our lives changed overnight. We changed our way of working, with virtual meetings becoming the norm.
The great news is that we’re now on the final stretch – light is at the end of the tunnel with the success of the UK’s vaccine rollout program, driven and delivered by the NHS.
Having spent the past few weeks assessing the government’s plan for easing lockdown and collecting feedback from a range of our exhibitors and conference delegates we’ve received strong feedback that our June event dates were too soon on the journey to return to normal. In response to this, we’ve postponed the event to 24th and 25th August, ensuring the event can be in person and held once all adults have had the opportunity to be vaccinated.
So many of you have commented on how excited you are to meet your peers again, sharing ideas and learning about the latest best practice in the design of mental health environments. We look forward to welcoming you back, allowing us all to grow together.
For more details, please follow the link below:
Philip Ross (Chair) and Jonathan Campbell (Vice-Chair)
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