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Expert to dicuss report findings at Mental Health Practice conference

Professor Tony Butterworth

Professor Tony Butterworth will be presenting findings from his review of mental health nursing at the Mental Health Practice conference on May 10 at the Manchester Conference Centre.

The review, Playing our Part, emphasises the importance of the role of specialist mental health nurses in the recovery of patients and calls for a UK-wide alliance of members of the profession.

Professor Butterworth will be joined by leading figures in mental health, including RCN mental health lead Ian Hulatt, the chief executive of the Mental Health Network Sean Duggan, West Midlands Police Inspector Michael Brown (@mentalhealthcop) and professor of forensic psychiatry at the University of Manchester Jenny Shaw.

Early bird registrations for the conference are available until April 1.

Professor Tony Butterworth will be presenting findings from his review of mental health nursing at the Mental Health Practice conference on May 10 at the Manchester Conference Centre.

Professor Tony Butterworth

The review, Playing our Part, emphasises the importance of the role of specialist mental health nurses in the recovery of patients and calls for a UK-wide alliance of members of the profession.

Professor Butterworth will be joined by leading figures in mental health, including RCN mental health lead Ian Hulatt, the chief executive of the Mental Health Network Sean Duggan, West Midlands Police Inspector Michael Brown (@mentalhealthcop) and professor of forensic psychiatry at the University of Manchester Jenny Shaw.

Early bird registrations for the conference are available until April 1.

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