Clinicians are well placed to help young people, but often may be missing a vital part of the picture. This guide was developed to help clinicians enable young people to talk more openly about these topics, through creating friendly and inclusive environments, use of monitoring forms and having sensitive conversations.
This toolkit Is intended to be an electronic resource. It contains a summary of more in-depth reports undertaken in the region with key stakeholders, which can be accessed via hyperlinks in the document, as well as a selection of tools and resources.
The National Advisory Group has published a report on the current status of health information technology in England.
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.
Psychological wellbeing services for children must be fundamentally rethought if we are to provide help for all those who need it, says a new report published by the British Psychological Society.
Young people and families are your greatest asset
Please see below for the latest CYP IAPT overview presentation, updated by Duncan Law, Clinical Lead for the London & South East CYP IAPT Learning Collaborative.
Guidance on the use of Routine Outcome Measures and feedback tools for children and young people with Learning Disabilities (LD) has been produced with input from attendees at 2 events organized by London & SE CYP IAPT Learning Collaborative, CORC and CYP IAPT Outcomes and Evaluation Group (OEG).
We have produced a distillation of the Five Year Forward View report in order to guide busy clinicians and managers to the key proposals