This page has information on the eczema pathway and presentation slides for the treatment of children and young people. Eczema is one of the top paediatric conditions that children and young people present with at primary care services. The pathway and information slides available to download have been created by the team at Evelina Children’s Hospital.
This page has information on the chronic abdominal pain pathway and presentation slides for the treatment of children and young people. Chronic abdominal pain is one of the top paediatric conditions that children and young people present with at primary care services. The pathway and information slides available to download have been created by the […]
In this section you will find resources on working with children and young people with special educational needs, and resources for community paediatric teams.
This section of our toolkit includes parent and family-friendly resources. Here we have family friendly CAMHS information and contacts, information about our children and young people’s health app ‘NHSGo’, as well as links to more support you might need.
Pharmacists are a vital element of the primary and community care NHS team. This section includes resources and information to support pharmacists and commissioners of pharmacy services for CYP. Working more closely with pharmacists has significant potential to improve the care and management of children and young people with health needs, and reflects NICE guidelines […]
Children and young people spend almost as much waking time at school as they do at home. It is crucial that schools feel capable of supporting the needs of their students.
In this section you will find resources to support the integration of primary, secondary and community services for children and young people.
In this section of the toolkit, there are resources for GPs, primary care staff and commissioners developing primary care network services across a locality. There is a national focus on GP practices working at scale and becoming part of larger providers – such as GP Federations or Alliances – within their boroughs, and numbers of single-handed […]
Young people are among those least satisfied with visits to their GP. They can have difficulty expressing themselves, often feel misunderstood by their GPs and have the shortest consultation times. It is crucial for young people to have a positive experience at their GP clinic so they feel encouraged to visit their GP with any […]
On this page you will find free online e-learning resources available to primary care professionals. All are online modules unless clearly stated otherwise. Resources are listed according to the Royal College of General Practice’s curriculum for children and young people.
This section provides resources to support professional education and workforce development in your service.
Increasing numbers of young people are presenting to primary care services with mental and emotional health issues. This section provides resources and support for primary and community care staff working with children and young people with mental health needs.
Many childhood conditions are preventable. This section of our toolkit provides resources on prevention and health promotion.
Most children and young people present to primary care with a relatively common condition. This top 11 list gives the recommended pathway and top tips for treatment.
Welcome to our toolkit created to support London’s primary and community care providers in improving children and young people’s care. While it has been designed for London’s NHS staff, we think it will be of interest to all involved with caring for children and young people. It will continue to be updated. If you have […]
Recommended actions to take Support high-quality – early detection – screening and interventions for risk factors of cardio metabolic disease, linking to a range of community health promotions and wellbeing resources. Carry out the recommended physical health assessments for people on the serious mental illness (SMI) register, in line with national guidance: Comprehensive cardio-metabolic risk […]