The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health and Future in Mind set out an ambition that by 2020/21, 70,000 additional children and young people (CYP) will access community mental health services each year. This will increase the percentage of those accessing services from 25% to 35%. An indicative trajectory to achieve this (measured by provider submissions […]
This report describes the challenges faced by London’s child death overview panels and how we have been supporting them to work together more effectively. It outlines our efforts to ensure that the panels can meet future challenges and our support for the professionals engaged in this work. There are 28 child death overview panels in […]
A London guide for parents of babies and toddlers for what to do if a child is unwell and the services that can help. Our thanks go to Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge CCGs (with design by NEL CSU) for sharing their local guide and adapting it for all of London.
Presentations from the 21 November 2017 #AskAboutAsthma event hosted by our children and young people’s programme. Throughout the day there were a number of inspiring and informative presentations. Delegates were able to learn about best practice examples from across the system; including primary care, pharmacy and mental health. Innovative ideas to promote self-care and to […]
Data packs to support London areas drafting sustainability and transformation plans. They will be extended and adapted following user feedback. Items below include general data describing CCG population’s of children and young people and larger population groupings plus some population health behaviours.
This document provides formal standards for paediatric assessment units in London. The standards have been developed by our Children and Young People’s Paediatric Assessment Unit Task and Finish Group. They have been created in order to reflect the urban requirements of the capital in providing effective care for children and young people in London. This […]
These standards have been developed by tour Children and Young People’s Critical Care Pathway Group. It supplements the revised Paediatric Intensive Care Society (PICS) Standards (2010). It provides formal standards for Paediatric Critical Care Level 1 and 2 specifically within a district general hospital (DGH) environment and once implemented, will address the inequalities across London in service provision. This […]
These standards bring together a number of children’s standards into one document. In the first instance, it was developed by the London Children and Young People’s Strategic Clinical Network. This document is aimed at commissioners and providers of acute care services for children and young people. It has brought together information and standards of care into one place to […]