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by GK Strategy 15th March, 2021

GK Adviser Phil Hope In Conversation with Sir Norman Lamb on the future of mental health in the UK

On 10th March, GK Strategy hosted an ‘in conversation’ event on the future of mental health in the UK, hosted by former Care Minister and GK Adviser, Phil Hope, with Sir Norman Lamb, Chair of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and former Health Minister during the Coalition Government.

The discussion was wide-ranging and covered everything from the review of the Mental Health Act to the spending power of local authorities. However, for those who wish to recap the event or who were unfortunately unavailable to join us, you can watch the session back here:

We hope you found the event and this summary informative. We have distributed alongside this paper a link to a recording of the event if you were unable to join us. To discuss these issues further or if you have any questions related to the discussion, please do get in touch via ian@gkstrategy.com and we would be delighted to setup a call with you.

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