We have collated various tasks, markers, supports and resources that may be of useful to consider throughout different ‘stages’ in the transformation process.
The National Childrens Bureau (NCB) have published a self-assessment and improvement tool for school leaders in order to share evidence from research and practice to improve student wellbeing.
Maisy Karavidas talks about her experience of participation in an excellent blog post on the Huffington post! Click here to read the article
Two recent announcements from NHS England have outlined new incentives and levers to assist with service transformation and drive improvement in CYP mental health services.
The Quality Network for Community Eating Disorder services for Children and Young people (QNCC-ED) have produced a set of standards to provide guidance for Community Eating Disorder Services to establish best practice, increase quality of care and provide a national benchmarking framework.
Young people and families are your greatest asset
A lightning report from the Children’s Commissioner about access to CAMHS has highlighted some concerning issues.
Alex was asked to speak about the role of digital technology in collaborative and the recent hackathon for the Healthy London Partnership’s Mental health Awareness Week blog series.
Duncan and Helena were asked to speak about the importance of CYP IAPT for Healthy London Partnership’s Mental health Awareness Week blog series. You can read the blog by clicking here
Hear from previous students about what its like to do the postgraduate CYP IAPT courses: