Hot Topics in Child Health: Making Sense of the System - the future of CYP mental health

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1 November 2017
8.30am - 5.15pm
Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam St, London W1W 6JJ
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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services are evolving and it is important that professionals who work with children – from doctors, to social care workers and teachers – are equipped with the most up-to-date knowledge so they can spot the signs of any potential mental health problems and intervene when it matters most.

‘Making Sense of the System - the future of CYP mental health’ is the latest in RCPCH’s Hot Topics series of events and will bring together influential representatives to educate and inform a multi-disciplinary audience on making sense of the mental health system. 

Seminal figures in their field, including Professor Dame Sue Bailey, Dr Max Davie and Paula Lavis, have come together to organise a day of interactive keynote speeches and workshops that will ensure delegates leave with a clearer understanding of the system and how they can they work to improve children’s mental health.

Interactive workshops will focus on Schools, Youth Justice, systems reform and the Third sector with a series of group discussions from professional organisations, policy makers, young people and beneficiaries to end the day.

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Programme participants already confirmed:

Dr Max Davie, Assistant Officer for Health Promotion, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Professor Dame Sue Bailey, Chair, Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition

Sarah Brennan OBE, Chief Executive, YoungMinds

Dame Christine Lenehan, Director, Council for Disabled Children

Dr Bernadka Dubicka, Chair, Child and Adolescent Faculty, Royal College of Psychiatrists

Dr Jacqueline Cornish, National Clinical Director, Children, Young People and Transition to Adulthood, NHS England

Fees:

Student £70

RCPCH Member £145

Charity £160

Non-Member £200 

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The RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD Guidelines.

Objectives & learning outcomes

 

  • Gain an insight into the mental health system and how professionals can contribute to the wellbeing of children and young people who experience issues.
  • Share knowledge and best practice in an open forum.Interact with our expert panel, representing a multitude of organisations and professions to ensure all topics are covered to the expected high standards.
  • Interact with our expert panel, representing a multitude of organisations and professions to ensure all topics are covered to the expected high standards.