MindEd

Free, practical e-learning sessions to help adults identify and understand children and young people with mental health issues whenever and wherever they are needed. Now with modules to support families.

MindEd: e-learning to support healthy young minds

'With three-quarters of adult mental disorders in evidence by the age of 21, effective early intervention can be essential in preventing the development of ill health and disability.'

MindEd

More than 250 e-learning sessions have been written by leading experts in child mental health. They can be used alongside your existing training or CPD resources. 

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MindEd for Families

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MindEd for families

The information, available to view on tablets and smartphones, includes guidance on what to do in a crisis, what to do if you are worried, how to manage on a day to day basis, how to support your child through their experience and where to turn for support.

Funded by the Department for Education, MindEd for Families is co-written by parents with a lived experience of child and teen mental health issues and the best clinical experts.

The resources are accredited by the Information Standard as reliable advice. The same MindEd Consortium has delivered these materials to a consistent high quality standard.

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MindEd e-learning path for paediatric trainees

RCPCH is proud to launch a new e-learning path designed to improve trainees knowledge and give them the confidence to discuss concerns around mental health with young people and their families. Covering sleep difficulties, unexplained physical problems, self-harm and eating problems, the learning path will be particularly helpful to ST1-5 paediatric trainees, specifically in relation to the Good Clinical Care Standard 8 of the paediatric curriculum.

Start your free RCPCH online mental health e-learning today.

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  MindEd for Paediatricians

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The Paediatric Mental Health Association (PMHA) has collaborated with MindEd to create a MindEd learning path for all paediatricians who register with the MindEd programme.

This acts as a tailored gateway to the MindEd Programme, highlighting the material most relvant to trainees and consultant grade paediatricians. 

To access, register with MindEd

MindEd and Healthy Child Mental Health Framework

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The Healthy Child Mental Health Framework brings together the mental health e-learning sessions from the Healthy Child Programme 0-18 series on the MindEd platform.

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Information

Consortium

Consortium Leads:

  • Dr Alistair Thompson: MindEd Consortium Executive
  • Dr Raphael Kelvin: MindEd Consortium Lead
  • Keith Chambers: MindEd Consortium Programme Manager

To contact a lead, send an email to MindEd@rcpch.ac.uk

In order to deliver this work in co-production with the DH, a multi-agency consortium, the MindEd Consortium, was established with the following member organisations:

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Media enquiries

If you have a media enquiry which relates to MindEd or child and adolescent mental health, please contact the RCPCH’s press office on press.office@rcpch.ac.uk or 07772 686 022.