In May 2018, connect to the world of mental health design… … make connections, make progress. Make a difference.
Design in Mental Health is the only UK event to focus on the design of mental health facilities with a clear focus on creating calm therapeutic environments for the benefit of patients and staff alike.
Both conference and exhibition are well attended by NHS trusts and private healthcare providers alongside architects and contractors who design and build the facilities that they manage every day.
This provides suppliers with a truly focused audience of senior decision makers turning the event into the ideal platform for the launch of new products and services tailored to these unique environments.
Please make a note of the dates for the next event, 15-16 May 2018. This is to be held at the National Motorcycle Museum Conference Centre in Birmingham.
See what Design in Mental Health can do for you
Whether you are looking at adding new buildings, considering refurbishing existing buildings or ongoing maintenance work Design in Mental Health is here to help you source information, solutions and ideas.
The 2017 Conference featured over 40 speakers, with specialist content. Lively and authoritative, every year it’s THE professional gathering for all concerned with the built environment in mental health.
An exhibition covering all aspects from design to delivery. The Exhibition is a unique marketplace where manufacturers and providers can meet decision-makers and specifiers, make new contacts, generate leads and new product ideas, and identify current and emerging opportunities in the mental health sector.
DiMH Awards Dinner
The Design in Mental Health Awards Dinner has the prestige of a black tie event and is an excellent opportunity to network with other delegates and exhibitors, and to continue discussing the day’s topics. We’re also pleased to confirm the return of the post awards casino which will remain open for guests in the bar area in the Trafalgar Suite.
To register your interest for the 2018 event please click HERE.
For information on the 2014 award winners click HERE
For information on the 2015 award winners click HERE
For information on the 2016 award winners click HERE
For information on the 2017 award winners click HERE
Good design can help to heal, but transforming mental-health facilities needs collaboration and teamwork. That’s our network’s purpose. Back in 2005, health professionals and designers started to work together. We encouraged service user involvement and soon our network began to grow. Now we’re a positive force for change with membership open to anyone with an interest in our work – from architects to nursing staff, from building contractors to service-users. We offer access to shared ideas and a forum for discussion. We provide access to cutting-edge research and education and encourage stakeholders to become active in creating better healthcare environments.
Kingsway Group are the market leading manufacturers of anti-ligature door solutions.
Our 2017 stand at DiMH will showcase our latest designs which are developed with thought-leaders in the mental healthcare sector to provide the most stunning solutions.
The aim of Architects for Health is to promote and campaign for better healthcare environments through bringing together organisations and individuals who share an interest in excellence in the planning and design of healthcare facilities. Architects for Health is a non-profit making organisation for architects and any others who may share this aim. AfH is a RIBA linked society whose events are recognised for CPD accreditation. The annual programme of activities promotes a better understanding of current issues in health planning and design and keeps members informed across a whole range of topics in the health sector.
National Association of Healthcare Fire Officers (NAHFO) is an organisation that acts as a national voice for all those associated with healthcare fire safety. Working closely with other organisations to promote the highest standards of fire safety within healthcare environments. NAHFO has been established for over 30 years and in this time its members helped to shape the guidance and legislation used in healthcare today.
ProCure22 (P22) is a Construction Procurement Framework administrated by the Department of Health (DH) for the development and delivery of NHS and Social Care capital schemes in England. It is consistent with the requirements of Government Policy including the Productivity and Efficiency agenda; the Government Construction Strategy; the Public Contracts Regulations 2015; the National Audit Office guidance on use of centralised frameworks; and the Cabinet Office Common Minimum Standards for procurement of the Built Environment in the Public Sector.
P22 represents the third iteration of the DH Framework providing Design and Construction Services for use by the NHS and Social Care organisations for a range of works and services. P22 continues to build on the principles of its predecessors to streamline the procurement process and create an environment in which Clients, Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs) and their supply chains develop stronger partnerships to drive increased efficiency and productivity whilst supporting enhanced clinical outputs for patients and improved environments for staff and visitors.
IHEEM is a Professional Engineering Institute, a specialist institute for the Healthcare Estates Sector. Promoting excellence in Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management and providing benefits to members to keep them up to date with developing technology and changing regulations.