The 2018 CAMHS National Networking Forum is a unique opportunity to learn evidence-based strategies for improvement that have been tried and tested by your professional peers.
Whether you work in a CAMHS assessment team, as a specialised Nurse, at a 3rd sector organisation or in Tier 4 services, this event will bring together the most up-to-date knowledge from across the sector and empower your service delivery with:
This dedicated CAMHS forum will equip your team with right tools to progress your service, moving forward with improved recovery rates, a streamlined workforce and workload and more resilient young people.
Through insightful presentations, speaker Q&As, workshops and group discussions, this educational day will guide your team toward delivering effective, evidence-based . This renowned event is now in it's 4th year, and delegates from the 2017 Forum left us feedback including 'I have found each presentation thought provoking and useful. In addition, I have at least 5 areas of action for me to take back to practice. Thank you!!'.
Discover how your team can progress in 2018 by beginning the year with expert-led learning covering:
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Chair’s opening remarks
Cathy Street, Director, The GIFT Partnership
National CAMHS Outcomes
Where are we now? What the current data tells us about CAMHS experiences and outcomes
CORC Report: Child and Parent Reported Outcomes and Experience from C&YP’s Mental Health Services 2011-2015
Interpreting the report: what it means for CAMHS today and where to focus improvements
Using the report to support discussions around CAMHS outcomes: understanding FUPS
Julian Edbrooke-Childs, Lecturer in Evidence-Based Practice in Child Mental Health, UCL & Research Lead, CORC
Group discussion: how does your service measure outcomes and use the data to improve?
Discuss how your team collect feedback from young people and their families, as well as tracking recovery and reliable improvement rates. How do you turn outcome data in to service improvements?
Streamlining Your Workforce and Workload
Working with the 3rd sector: achieving sustainability and support from outside the NHS
Broadening your knowledge of suitable organisations: familiarising yourself with services
What types of work do the 3rd sector do? Case study examples of research, support and provisions
Why does it benefit CAMHS? How the 3rd sector supports sustainability and improved outcomes
Judith Eydmann, Contracts Manager, Beat
Improving Crisis and Inpatient Services
Sandwell & Wolverhampton case study: CAMHS Crisis Intervention/Home Treatment Team
Assessment and choosing pathways: delivering the right support and preventing deterioration
Reducing restrictive practices: alternative methods to subdue distressed young people
Utilising multidisciplinary teams and community resources: wraparound crisis support
Sarah Hogan, Nurse Consultant and Transformation Lead & Jay Eeles, Crisis Intervention Home Treatment Team Clinical Lead and Service Manager, CAMHS, Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
North West Boroughs case study: running an effective CAMHS Assessment & Response Team
How the team works: outlining the urgent response, 24 hours a day service
Managing the single point of access: ensuring individual needs are understood and met
Establishing trust: ensuring that local teams deal with familiar young people as far as possible
Carol-Anne Murphy, Nurse Consultant & Tracey Beatty, Clinical Lead, CAMHS Warrington, North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
CAMHS inpatient services: developing more effective and appropriate pathways
Understanding the NHS England transformation plans: how will inpatient CAMHS change?
Navigating the increase in 0-25 services: how does the age range impact on care?
Bed availability: coping with a demand that sometimes outstrips capacity
Cathy Street, Director, The GIFT Partnership
Promoting Resilience and Early Intervention
Resilience case study: trial outcomes for the schools-based resilience programme Team of Life
Introducing Team of Life: understanding how the narrative approach works in practice
Outcomes from the Health Education England funded trial: what impact did it have?
Try Team of Life: your opportunity to experience how it works and discuss who could benefit
Vicky Eames, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Riverbank Psychology
Group discussion: supporting and educating young people before they require CAMHS support
Does your team take part in any activities to promote mental wellbeing amongst children and young people before they are referred to CAMHS, for example working with schools or community groups? Share ideas and discuss what responsibilities (if any at all) you think CAMHS teams have for this.
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