Thank you to everyone who attended or contributed to our event yesterday. You were all a really important part of making the the day a success. The team here will now be reviewing the feedback and ideas generated and will very soon share more of the outputs from the day. In the meantime here is a selection of pictures from the day.
Professor Andrew Gumley kicks off the day and introduces the aims of the EMPOWER study.
In an engaging talk Research Associate employs Beyonce to help explain the challenges in complex interventions research.
Marketplace sessions meant delegates were able to consider opportunities and challenges in digital interventions for psychosis from three perspectives. Here Lesley Smith from the Scottish Recovery Network hosts a session from the perspective of people with lived experience.
Suzy Clark and Ivano Mazzoncini from ESTEEM talked about the real life challenges of adopting digital approaches in services.
Continuing the musical theme from earlier Colin McKay cites the Buzzcocks in his excellent talk on autonomy, supported decision making and self-management.
The day was closed with reflections from Professor Craig White and Graham Morgan MBE in conversation with Lesley Smith.