Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference
An October 2017 review by the CQC found that 40% of child and adolescent mental health services in England are in need of improvement. The regulator concluded that existing services are too fragmented and inconsistent while the most vulnerable children find it difficult to access care.
In order to address these issues, the government published the “Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision” green paper in December. The document proposes a £300 million investment in CAMHS and sets out plans for a four week waiting period and designated mental health leader in every school.
Join us for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference 2018 where expert speakers will discuss the major challenges facing the sector. Anticipate how the government’s policy proposals will impact on day-to-day services, understand how the NHS can work more closely with schools and learn from examples of best practice.
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- Understand how the CAMHS can work more closely with schools and learn from examples of best practice
- Benefit from insights into the latest developments in CAMH policy and how these changes could impact on the future of services
- Have your questions answered by leading experts in the sector
- Connect with other high quality delegates from across the CAMH sector and discuss potential solutions to shared problems
- Understand how we can improve access to quality services and care
- Plan ahead and anticipate future challenges facing the sector
- Analyse case studies and learn from examples of best practice
Who should attend?
- Allied Health Professionals
- Chairs / Chief Executives
- Children's centre managers
- Community and District Nurses
- Directors of Children’s Services
- Directors of Nursing
- Emergency Care Leads
- General Practitioners and Practice Managers
- Health and Wellbeing Boards
- Health visitors
- Managing Directors
- Medical Directors
- Mental Health Practitioners
- Pastoral leads
- School nurses
- Social Workers
- Special educational needs co-ordinators (SENCOs)