Join our Annual Members’ Meeting & Annual General Meeting

Presentations and videos on new Keystone Mental Health and Wellbeing Hubs; the CAMHS Tier 4 Thames Valley Provider Collaborative which is aiding a quicker recovery for our most vulnerable young people; Research & Development successes and how virtual reality is being used to treat patients; and a new Community Services strategy with a focus on a transformative project preventing hospital admissions.

Join our Annual Members’ Meeting & Annual General Meeting

Oxford Health’s virtual AMM and AGM will be held online via MS Teams tomorrow Wednesday, September 21, 2022, between 6pm and 8pm. To join, click here.

The agenda is published here with papers including selected easy read versions.

Members of the public, staff, patients, friends, families and carers, as well as members of our Foundation Trust are all invited to attend this live event to find out more about how we have been delivering mental and physical health care to the communities we serve.

It’s a chance to ask questions of OHFT leaders and learn about the vital work we carry out as an NHS organisation serving the populations of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon, and Wiltshire.

During the meeting you will hear from the Trust’s Chair David Walker and Chief Executive Dr Nick Broughton and other board members. They will guide you through a summary of the year, annual accounts, external audit followed by video presentations from:

  • Service Director for Oxon & BSW Katrina Anderson and Head of Adult/Older Adult
    Mental Health for Oxon Debbie Walton on our Community Mental Health Framework – a focus on Oxfordshire’s transformative approach and new Keystone Mental Health and Wellbeing Hubs PLUS Gillian Combe, Clinical Director for the Thames Valley CAMHS Provider Collaborative which is aiding quicker recovery for our most vulnerable young people closer to home
  • Executive Managing Director of Primary, Community & Dental Care Dr Ben Riley will give a review of the year and explain our new strategy to deliver more joined-up care. Plus a look at the two-hour urgent community response project and how collaborative working is transforming patient care and preventing hospital admissions
  • Director of Research & Development Vanessa Raymont’s review of
    successes this year, including renewals of key parts of the Trust’s research infrastructure; why research is becoming even more important for clinical services, plus a video on virtual reality therapy and the Brain Health Centre helping to halt the progression of dementia 

There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions during the event.

You will be able to post questions during the meeting by the online Q & A function, but we also welcome your questions in advance. If you already have a question in mind, please email it to our Communications Team. If you are unable to attend the live event, a recording will be available on our YouTube channel shortly after the meeting.

Full information about the event is available on the dedicated event page 

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Published: 20 September 2022