PPN North West Psychological Professions Network


A week of recordings for Psychological professionals, aspiring psychological professionals and other stakeholders in NHS funded health and care. By signing up to the conference by completing the registration form, you can watch the recordings.

All of the recordings can be accessed via the agenda.


• A vision for the psychological professions in England
• What people want from the NHS over the next 10 years, and how the psychological professions can help
• How psychological professionals can change general practice
• Practical steps for anti-racism in psychological therapy services
• How psychological professions can help to build healthy communities

Speakers include:

• Claire Murdoch, National Director of Mental Health, NHS England
• Jo Leneghan, Director of Strategy, Health Education England
• Dr Adrian Whittington, National Lead for Psychological Professions, NHS England and Health Education England
• Dr Gita Bhutani, National PPN Development Lead
• Dr Jacqui Dyer, MBE, Mental Health Equalities Advisor, NHS England and Health Education England
• Dr Bob Kirk, Primary Care Dean for NW England, HEE

The Psychological Professions Network is a group of regional networks commissioned by Health Education England (HEE) to provide a unified voice for the psychological professions in policy and planning, and to promote excellence in practice.

Psychological professionals and stakeholders across the regions were invited to the first ever PPN Annual National Conference! Please join us to watch the recordings of events showcasing regional projects, workforce innovations, and sharing best practice.

To join your regional PPN: www.ppn.nhs.uk/membership/how-to-become-a-member

Twitter: @ppnengland @swppn @NWPPN @se_ppn


Frequently asked questions

How do I view sessions?
The sessions are on this site. Please visit the Schedule page to view the agenda and select a session to view.
Do I need to download any software?
These sessions will be streamed using some of the latest technology to make it as simple as possible for you to watch. All you need is the latest version of your web browser installed. We also recommend using a browser other than Internet Explorer – such as Chrome - as older versions are no longer supported.
What do I need to view?
To view the live stream you will need an internet enabled device such as a PC, Laptop, Mac or Tablet. The bigger the screen the better so we don’t recommend using your mobile phone to view. You will also need headphones or speakers connected so you can hear the sound and perhaps a glass or mug of something (optional).
Can I use my iPad?
Absolutely, yes.
Where is it being held?
The sessions are 'virtual’ and hosted online on this site.
What do I do if I have problems?
If you have any questions about our sessions or want to know more information, contact us on our PPNE website