Looking forward, we will

  • Continue to give presentations and talks to groups and organizations about Jonathan’s story, mental health and wellbeing
  • Direct organizations to the Mental Health pages of the IP Inclusive website as a source of excellent resources for the development of mental health training and planning.
  • Work with organizations in the Intellectual Property field to support the development of their Mental Health Plans, signposting to other sources of expertise where appropriate.
  • Encourage organizations to create a mental health policy and sign the Employer’s Pledge https://www.time-to-change.org.uk/get-involved/get-your-workplace-involved/employer-pledge
  • Respond to, and seek invitations to participate in national conferences.
  • Work with others to consider how the recommendations of the 2019 IP Inclusive, CIPA (Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys), CITMA (Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys) survey for Mental Health Awareness Week can be implemented.
  • With the expertise of the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust http://www.cwmt.org.uk, develop a booklet about Mental Health and Well-being customized for patent attorney and trade mark professionals.
  • Continue to contribute to IP Inclusive webinars
  • Continue to contribute financially to relevant research.  Invite and respond to applications for funding.
  • Maintain and develop existing relationships with organizations beyond the IP field to support mental health and wellbeing.
  • Facilitate communication between the groups and organizations with whom the charity has contact in order to disseminate and share experience and expertise.
  • Benchmark our progress against the Core Standards identified in the Stevenson Farmer Review  (October 2017) “Thriving at Work”