Data Implementation Group

Our implementation group for all things data took place on 19th March. Delegates were treated to Kate Dalzell from CORC describing their process for establishing outcomes frameworks across systems accompanied by case studies of their work from across the country, and Rebecca Wheatcroft exploring how experience and outcome data has effectively been implemented in Greenwich […]

Children’s Wellbeing Practitioner (CWP) Shared Learning Event

On Friday 16th March, the London and South East CYP IAPT Learning Collaborative hosted a Shared Learning Event to celebrate and showcase all of the great work that has gone into the pilot year of the CWP programme. The CWP programme aims to skill up a new workforce in delivering brief, focused evidence-based interventions to […]

Young Advisors’ views on Routine Outcome Measures

  Of all the topics that the CYP IAPT Young Advisors have offered training on over the years, one of the most frequently requested is young people’s perspective on using routine outcome measures. In a video written and produced by the Young Advisors, they address some of the common concerns expressed to them by clinicians, […]

Young Peoples’ Summer PIE 2017

Written by: Karima Abdou, Young Advisor Following the success of last year’s Summer PIE (Participation Involvement Event), young people and participation workers from across the London and South East Learning Collaborative gathered once again to join the CYP IAPT young advisors on the 25th August 2017. Passionate about participation in CAMHS, the event provided an opportunity […]

Stonewall School Report 2017 – LGBT bullying

Stonewall has produced the Stonewall School Report 2017. The study shows that while progress has been made over the last decade, many LGBT young people continue to face significant challenges in Britain’s schools. Please see below for the report’s foreword written by Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive. Or click here for the full report. Ten years ago, […]

Monitoring the sexuality and gender identity of the children and young people

You might have read our blog post about the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Guide, which has been developed in collaboration with Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT). Paired with this the HPFT wrote a report about monitoring the sexuality and gender identity of the children and young people using HPFT Child and Adolescent Mental […]

Health behaviour in school age children

The government has recently published a data analysis on health behaviour in school age children. The series of 3 reports focus on self-harm, cyber bullying and the emotional wellbeing of adolescent girls. These reports examine the data and explore what protective factors may exist in a young person’s life which may be linked to their […]

Using Clinical Outcomes for Service Improvement v1.0: A Guide for Commissioners

We are excited to launch a free new resource that provides information, considerations and suggestions for commissioners using clinical outcomes for service improvement.  This guide was jointly developed with the Healthy London Partnership, who work across health and social care, and with the Greater London Authority, Public Health England, NHS England, London’s councils, clinical commissioning groups, and Health Education […]