Resources: Guides

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Guidance on clinical coding of cancer patients in primary care

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The Transforming Cancer Services Team for London (TSCT), Tower Hamlets CCG and Tower Hamlets Clinical Effectiveness Group have produced a joint paper regarding the clinical coding of cancer patients within primary care. The document provides a comparative analysis of national Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) practice register data with the National Cancer Registration & Analysis […]

Information pack: The new Child Death Review requirements

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The Healthy London Partnership Child Death Review Programme was established to support London meet the new statutory Child Death Review requirements as set out within The Children and Social Work Act (2017) and subsequent statutory guidance. The programme team have developed an information pack to outline the background, challenges and considerations of the new requirements, […]

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Eating Disorders Awareness: guidelines for referring children and young people

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New eating disorders guidance for primary care professionals Healthy London Partnership has produced guidelines for primary care professionals about treating children and young people with eating disorders. The guidelines are being dispatched to GP practices across London to coincide with Eating Disorders Awareness Week. The eating disorders guidelines share advice about spotting the signs of eating […]

Guidance for pre-birth planning in Perinatal Mental Health Services

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This toolkit provides guidance for health care professionals involved in planning the care of women at high risk of severe postnatal illness. A pre-birth planning meeting is key to ensuring everyone has a clear understanding of the care the woman will receive in the weeks surrounding the birth of her baby, so everyone knows what to […]

London Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Services

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An information sheet for helping you find your local London Community Perinatal Mental Health Service. The perinatal period is usually defined as the time between conceiving a baby until the end of the first postnatal year. 1 in every 5 women experience mental health problems during this time, making this a relatively common experience. It is […]