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Over 100 instructors trained in Thrive LDN Youth MHFA in London Schools programme

29th March 2019

Over 100 Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England instructors have now been trained as part of the first stage of the Thrive LDN Youth MHFA in London Schools programme, in partnership with MHFA England. This has more than doubled the number of Youth MHFA instructors in London. Launched in August 2018, the ground-breaking programme […]

Children and Young People’s Mental Health Workforce Workshop: system thinking

8th March 2019

Healthy London Partnership supported by Youth Access is hosting a series of workshops to explore aspects of the children and young people’s mental health workforce. The workshops will help inform a Londonwide workforce strategy. We are inviting providers to join us to share their good practice in this field and to help identify the challenges across […]

Children and Young People’s Mental Health Workforce Workshop: nursing roles

8th March 2019

Healthy London Partnership supported by Youth Access is hosting a series of workshops to explore aspects of the children and young people’s mental health workforce. The workshops will help inform a Londonwide workforce strategy. We are inviting providers to join us to share their good practice in this field and to help identify the challenges across […]

Children and Young People’s Mental Health Workforce Workshop: NHS & independent providers

8th March 2019

Healthy London Partnership supported by Youth Access is hosting a series of workshops to explore aspects of the children and young people’s mental health workforce. The workshops will help inform a Londonwide workforce strategy. We are inviting providers to join us to share their good practice in this field and to help identify the challenges across […]

Children and Young People’s Mental Health Workforce Workshop: education sector

8th March 2019

Healthy London Partnership supported by Youth Access is hosting a series of workshops to explore aspects of the children and young people’s mental health workforce. The workshops will help inform a Londonwide workforce strategy. We are inviting providers to join us to share their good practice in this field and to help identify the challenges across […]

London partners come together to deliver new mental health support in schools and colleges

21st February 2019

London’s children and young people mental health trailblazer partners came together for the first time to set out their London-wide approach to delivering early intervention to support staff in schools and colleges. Half of all cases of diagnosable mental illness begin by age 14 and three-quarters by the age of 24. Supportin children and young […]

Eating Disorders Awareness: guidelines for referring children and young people

6th February 2019

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 […]

Children’s Mental Health Week 2019: NHS Go

1st February 2019

NHS Go – going beyond the mixed messages by Megan White, aged 20 Sometimes the health information out there is overwhelming. Our health is so important and when we have worries all the mixed messages can make it really scary. ‘Googling’ an illness or finding out where to ask for help doesn’t always make things […]

Peer review of mental health crisis pathways for children & young people

6th December 2018

This report summarises the findings from peer reviews of London’s nine mental health crisis pathways for children and young people (CYP) conducted between November 2017 and May 2018. The peer review follows publication of our CYP mental health crisis guidance and the subsequent CCG self-assessment against the recommendations. Analysis of the self-assessment, completed by the […]