We had such an exciting online discussion with Dr. David Clark, world-renowned applied psychologist and leading global expert on Measurement-Based Care (MBC). Dr. Clark is Professor Emeritus and Chair of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, Clinical Informatics Advisor at NHS Talking Therapies (formerly known as IAPT), and co-author of Thrive: The Power of Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies. His groundbreaking work in the NHS Talking Therapies program has garnered global recognition, demonstrating the transformative power of MBC in enhancing the quality of care for all individuals accessing services within a national health system.
In this session, Dr. Clark will share his research and learnings from leading the launch and continued development of NHS Talking Therapies. Attendees will find out how his team made the case for its national rollout and learn the key insights that can be applied to any MBC implementation.
This session has already occurred. Register for session #2 with Dr. David Clark, happening October 12th at 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT here.
- Driving MBC forward at your organization: How to leverage outcome-data and engage all stakeholders
- Insights from NHS Talking Therapies (IAPT) implementation and outcome data
- The economic case for MBC: Improved outcomes, cost savings, & increased productivity
About the Speakers
Dr. David Clark
Clinical and Informatics Advisor, NHS
Chair of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
Dr. David Clark is well-known for his research on the understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders, especially panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. His research has led to the development of new and effective cognitive therapy programmes, each of which are recommended first line treatment options in current guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Alongside economist Richard Layard, Dr. Clark was instrumental in the development and implementation of the NHS Talking Therapies, formerly known as Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT). The program launched in 2008 and has revolutionized the delivery of, and access to, evidence-based psychological therapies for depression and anxiety disorders within the NHS. By 2024, Talking Therapies is expected to treat almost a million people annually. In 2014, Dr. Clark co-authored and published the book Thrive: The Power of Evidence-Based Psychological Therapies, in which he demonstrates the economic, social, and overall population health benefits associated with the wider availability of modern talking therapies. Dr. Clark has received numerous awards and prizes throughout his career, including Lifetime Achievement awards from both the British and American Psychological societies. The latter described his work as “pure genius with a real world application.”
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Driven from personal and family mental health experiences, Jesse Hayman has committed his career to improving culture, education and support services surrounding mental health. Prior to Greenspace, Jesse served as the Vice President at Jack.org; guiding them through unprecedented growth. He founded and led the development of Be There which was awarded two Webby Awards as the Top Health Website in the World. Jesse also spent seven years leading Development at the Movember Foundation and serves on the Board of Directors at Sheena’s Place, a centre for ED group therapy.