What services and partnerships can expect from the collaborative
What is the Learning Collaborative?
The London and South East CYP IAPT Learning Collaborative is a collaboration between the Anna Freud Centre, Tavistock and Portman, University College London and Kings College London and over 70 providers and commissioning bodies of children and young peoples mental health services across NHS, Local Authority and Voluntary sectors working in London and the South East of England.
It’s one of five Learning Collaboratives across England that are part of the CYP IAPT country-wide transformation programme. The programme will include 100% of services by 2018.
The collaborative is hosted by the Anna Freud Centre, directly connected to the CAMHS team at NHSE, and receives funding from NHS England and Health Education England. The collaborative seeks to improve services through better evidence based practice, better collaborative practice, authentic participation and better use of feedback and clinical outcomes across all services.
Members of the collaborative get access to:
- Whole team and individual training (including postgraduate trainings), which are improved and augmented iteratively based on members feedback
- Consultation for service leaders, supervisors and practitioners;
- Best practice, implementation and service improvement workshops
- In-put to local commissioners on transformation planning and implementation
Joining the London & South East Learning Collaborative
In order to receive the training, support and additional benefits provided by the CYP IAPT programme, services will need to become a member of the Learning Collaborative by joining their local partnership.
If you have any questions about becoming a member, or would like further information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org