Involving Children and Young People in Health Services
Children and young people should be at the heart of decisions and plans related to NHS reforms - according to a groundbreaking report, Involving Children and Young People in Health Services, launched today by RCPCH and prepared with the NHS Confederation and the Office for Public Management.
At today's report launch, outspoken youngsters who have a passion for health joined Professor Terence Stephenson, President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, to share their diagnosis of the health service and deliver their own prescriptions for improved health services for young patients. The 14 to 22 year olds also had the opportunity to fire questions at health policy experts, who in turn, had an opportunity to raise questions with the young people.
Podcasts and further images from the event will be available soon.
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