Transition to adult
8 December 2020
We have carefully reviewed this court ruling, which addresses the consent of children and young people to the use of puberty suppressing drugs as part of the treatment of gender dysphoria. We consider that the ruling should not have implications for the general ethical or legal framework for childre...
Our annual, national reports, 'Care processes and outcomes' highlight the main findings on the quality of care for children and young people with diabetes mellitus in England and Wales. On this page you can download our latest and previous reports, and find links to our reports especially for parent...
3 February 2020
NHSE is conducting a review of the specification for this service and associated policies for 2020. It will also set up an independent expert group to make recommendations regarding the use of puberty suppressants and cross-sex hormones.
We asked young people about their experiences of the health transition process. They highlighted where services have worked well to support them and their wishes for the future - to recognise individual needs, get support on mental health and much more.... This page brings together young people's vi...
This page provides guidance and resources for delivering an effective transition from children's to adults' health services. We highlight five key determinants that ensure young people are provided with high quality care throughout the transition process.
The page highlights examples of good practice from across the UK of effective transition from children's to adults' health services.
There are about 1,000 children and young people held in secure settings at any one time. They are some of the most vulnerable, often suffering poor physical and mental health. These standards - first published in 2013, and refreshed in 2019 for England - help healthcare professionals, commissioners,...
The NPDA is performed annually in England and Wales. The sole aim is to provide information that leads to an improved quality of care for those children and young people affected by diabetes. We produce two reports: report on care processes (healthcare checks) and outcomes; and a report on hospital ...