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Digital Innovations for CAMHS

Start Date:
Tuesday, 5 July, 2016
End Date:
Tuesday, 5 July, 2016 4:30pm

Get practical guidance on how you can implement innovative digital solutionsThis event offers CAMHS providers and commissioners a unique insight into the technologies, apps and digital innovations that are enabling mental health professionals to deliver better care for children and young people. Find out how you can use digital technology in your service to engage young people whilst increasing efficiency, achieving access and waiting time targets, and achieving improved health economic outcomes.

Book your place and benefit from these key learning outcomes• Get practical advice on implementing digital solutions to increase access to CAMHS• Understand how digital innovation can help to broaden choice and expand self-help and peer support• Get to grips with the digital solutions that are supporting prevention and early intervention services• Hear best practice in building successful partnerships with digital solution providers• Learn from CAMHS teams that have built websites and apps that have improved young people's engagement• Network with all the stakeholders involved in digital solutions for CAMHS Current event supporters include:YoungMindsYoungMinds is the UK's leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

Quality Network for Inpatient/Community CAMHS (QNIC/QNCC)The Quality Network for Community CAMHS (QNCC) is a members' network which works with professionals from health, social services, education and the voluntary sector to improve the quality of CAMHS services Association of Child PsychotherapistsThe ACP (Association of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists) is the main professional body for psychoanalytic child and adolescent psychotherapists in the UK and is registered with the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

This jammed packed agenda will feature expert presentations from:Linda McQuaid, Interim Director, Children & Young People's Services, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation TrustLesley Dougan, Children and Young People's Practitioner / Online Primary Mental Health Worker, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation TrustDr Claire Halsey, Psychological Services Lead, North Staffordshire Combined CAMHSDr Julie Franklin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS TrustAlicia Ridout, Deputy Director, mHabitatRuth Gordon, Programme Manager for Children and Maternity Services, Leeds CCGsYvonne Anderson, Director, Mind of My Own plus Local Authority representative


St. Andrew's Stadium,
Birmingham B9 4RL

Organizer Details

Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare

SBK Healthcare is the leading provider of service delivery conferences, seminars and workshops for managers, nurses and clinicians working in the NHS.

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