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South East London London Child Death Review workshop

10th December 2018

Healthy London Partnership has developed five free workshops created to support new Child Death Review partners to understand the new requirements outlined in The Children and Social Work Act (2017) and subsequent Child Death Review Statutory and Operational Guidance. These workshops follow on from our workshops about the new responsibilities regarding Child Death Review Meetings in June 2018. The Child […]

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 […]

East London Child Death Review workshop

3rd December 2018

Healthy London Partnership has developed five free workshops created to support new Child Death Review Partners understand the new requirements outlined in The Children and Social Work Act (2017) and subsequent Child Death Review Statutory and Operational Guidance. These workshops follow on from HLP workshops about the new responsibilities regarding Child Death Review Meetings in […]

South West London Child Death Review workshop

3rd December 2018

Healthy London Partnership has developed five free workshops created to support new Child Death Review Partners understand the new requirements outlined in The Children and Social Work Act (2017) and subsequent Child Death Review Statutory and Operational Guidance. These workshops follow on from HLP workshops about the new responsibilities regarding Child Death Review Meetings in […]

North West London Child Death Review workshop

3rd December 2018

Healthy London Partnership has developed five free workshops created to support new Child Death Review partners to understand the new requirements outlined in The Children and Social Work Act (2017) and subsequent Child Death Review Statutory and Operational Guidance. These workshops follow on from our workshops about the new responsibilities regarding Child Death Review Meetings […]

Supporting the transformation of healthcare for children and young people

11th October 2018

This report is the latest summary of our work to improve children and young people’s care in London. It includes live links to our online resources.  Overview Strategic Context – the NHS Long Term Plan Data to support transformation Mental Health Asthma Primary and community care Urgent and emergency care Child Death Overview Panels NHS […]

Schools mental health toolkit

10th October 2018

Welcome to the Mental Health in Schools Toolkit. It has been developed in partnership with the Greater London Authority. Supporting children with their emotional wellbeing and mental health is a growing priority for health services and for schools. We encourage school leaders and staff, health care professionals and commissioners to use the toolkit for a wide […]

Good practice guidance for children and young people’s mental health care in primary care

5th October 2018

Evidence-based good practice summary guidance for children and young people’s mental health care in primary care. It was developed in collaboration with UCLPartners.  There are two parts to this work: 1) Good practice examples of how primary care and early help enhances the care for children and young people with mental health problems. 2) A literature […]

#AskAboutAsthma event: 5 September 2018

6th September 2018

Agenda and materials presented at the #AskAboutAsthma transforming children and young people’s care event for London’s NHS. This was a full-day programme of education, discussion and networking opportunities designed to improve the care and management of children and young people with asthma in London. It was timed to coincide with our #AskAboutAsthma campaign – now in […]