Reforming the mental health act: what will this mean for people and services?

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A long-awaited overhaul of the Mental Health Act 1983 has been formalised by the Department of Health and Social Care in a white paper proposal. We will be examining what the changes to the Mental Health Act will mean for mental health services across the country and especially what the changes will mean for people with learning disabilities and/or autism and for people from Black communities who encounter mental healthcare services. Additionally, the speakers at this event will also explore what more needs to be done to improve standards of care post-reform.

Presented by: Alison Cobb, Dr Adrian J B James and Dr Jane McCarthy.

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Reforming the mental health act: what will this mean for people and services?