You can find out about our some of our upcoming and past events in the listings below.
Carers’ online open day
We’re inviting you to join other local carers online at our carers’ online open day. It is a free, online event about being a carer as well as what we collectively want for carers in the future.About the carers' online open day 2021
Online events, conferences and public meetings
We host a range of different events. These events include:
- online events
- public engagement events
- recruitment fairs
- formal meetings.
These events are an opportunity to share information, meet with the people and find out about your experiences and views. They also help us to raise awareness, recruit staff and strengthen our relationships with local partners.
Year of the Nurse and Midwife
2020 is the World Health Organisation’s International Year of the Nurse and Midwife; a year to celebrate and renew perceptions of the professions. As a Trust, we are supporting the Year of the Nurse and Midwife and will hold various events and activities throughout 2020 as well as taking part in the many activities NHS England has planned. Find out what we’re doing to celebrate Year of the Nurse and Midwife.
Leadership skills course for those with lived experience of mental ill health
The Trust’s introduction to leadership for service users, carers and advocates programme 2020 covers a range of topics to support, empower and develop those taking part.
Forensic cognitive analytical therapy (CAT) conference – innovations in working with offenders: using a cognitive analytic model
This one day conference considers how cognitive analytic therapy can enable a relational and versatile approach to management, treatment and care within forensic and criminal justice settings. There will be presentations of innovative practice from forensic services spanning the UK.
The day will be structured between full presentations with opportunities in small groups to discuss applications, modifications and integrations, of the ideas and methods presented, to the varied professional and work settings of those attending.
Positive and Safe Conference
Wednesday 13 November 2019, Stadium of Light, Sunderland, SR5 1SU
A one day Positive and Safe conference facilitated by TEWV and Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trusts to promote and share good practice to reduce the use of restrictive intervention and highlight the excellent work being undertaken between two organisations.
An ‘I’ for Recovery Conference
Wednesday 2 October 2019, The Trinity Centre, North Ormesby, TS3 6LD
A conference for service users, staff, carers and partner organisations to promote and share good practice in recovery that will focus on innovation, independence and involvement and how this can support service users’ recovery.
Spirituality and Recovery Conference
Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 July 2019, St John’s College, Durham, DH1 3RJ
A conference for clinicians, educators, service users and carers, chaplains, faith and community leaders and anyone else interested. As more and more mental health services embrace a recovery approach to care, this conference will give opportunity to explore the role which spirituality has to play in recovery.
Research and development Conference 2019: Be part of research
Friday 24 May 2019, Holiday Inn Hotel, Scotch Corner, DL10 6NR
This one day conference has been planned for International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD) that officially takes place on Monday 20 may to celebrate and showcase a range of research partnership working with a particular focus on engaging patients, carers and the general public in research trials and embedding research into clinical practice.
Carer conference 2019 – working together – be involved
Monday 20 May 2019, Middlesbrough Football Club, TS3 6RS
This one day conference has been planned for our carers by our carers, carer organisations, governors and Trust staff.
Carers will receive information about what help and support is available for them; knowledge of services and the standards they should expect; opportunities to share their journey through TEWV services and to help the Trust to plan the next next three years of carer development.