The mission of this comprehensive forum is to develop a first class communication network for Senior Executives working in the Mental Health and Learning Disability Sectors.

By facilitating mutual support and interaction the forum will enable members to work more efficiently, thus improving nursing care and practice in mental health and learning disability care organisations.

 

Membership

The Forum firstly provides a platform for Nurse Executives to learn from each other’s experience in our current day to day activities and more importantly look forward to the future agenda, so we are best prepared to provide leadership in development services, to offer the best for patients.

 

100% of mental health trusts in England are our members

The Forum has 100% of all mental health trusts in England as members and is well placed to share views of what future developments should look like on a national platform.

5+ annual events and conferences

We hold specialist events across the year visit our All Events page for more information.

£50 is the cost of annual individual public membership

Various member packages are available, visit our Membership page for more information

Upcoming events, workshops and conferences

The Forum holds events, workshops and conferences throughout the year - please visit our All Events pages for more information.

 
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Become a member

The forum was set up in 2004 with the aim to develop a first class communication network for Senior Executives & Leads working in the Mental Health and Learning Disability Sectors.

Since then the forum has grown, membership covers 100% of all relevant MH trusts in England, the forum also supports groups such as the Matrons & Clinical Leeds Network and Nurse Consultants. Find out more 

Network

Networking with colleagues across the country, focusing on the national policy agendas most relevant to roles.

Influence

Opportunities to influence national policy and developments through representation on SHA’s National Nurse Advisory and Development Groups

Support

Mutual support and interaction to enable members to work more efficiently thus improving nursing care and practice.