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Based on the classic children's game, this game provides ‘Facts vs Myths’ surrounding the subject of mental health, which can enable a teacher/healthcare professional to facilitate a discussion regarding this issue.
This free, flexible learning resource helps those who work, volunteer or engage with disabled children and young people (from 0 to 25 years) and their families. It covers both physical and intellectual disabilities.
ETAT+ is a comprehensive, proven intervention to support the poorest and most vulnerable children in rural and peri-urban areas. This free online learning is for support healthcare workers and students interested in emergency care in low-resource settings.
The current round of Epilepsy12 comprises two main data processing and reporting components - the organisational audit and the clinical audit. This page provides user guides, instructional videos and webinars in support of these two components.
This module focuses on a practical approach to recognising neuromuscular disorders. The target audience is Level 1 clinical staff, paediatric trainees, MDT (multidisciplinary team) members, GPs, health visitors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and school nurses.
How can we work with and involve children and young people in research? Whether you're a child or young person, or a health professional - we have collated the most useful resources from other organisations. Start with our webinar (May 2017), which looks at principles of participation and gives you ...
This guidance highlights the barriers that currently exist for certain migrant and/or undocumented children with regards to access to healthcare and attainment of a healthy life. This is in the context of recent increase in efforts to charge certain migrant and/or undocumented groups using NHS servi...