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2nd Annual CAMHS National Networking Forum 2016

Wednesday 27th January 2016, Hotel Football, Manchester

Following a fantastic year for young people’s participation, the GIFT Partnership is delighted to be working alongside National Networking Forums to deliver 2016’s CAMHS event.

Visit the homepage for more details about the event, which will address the major challenges for children’s and young people’s mental health, set in the context of Future in Mind. Find out more about the agenda here or just read on below.

***As a friend of GIFT you will receive £50 off the full price by quoting the code GIFT50 when booking your place***

Book online here and quote your special code.

You can also email the event organisers.

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Now in its second year the CAMHS National Networking Forum is set to be an exciting platform to share best practice and service development.

As well as best practice case studies and networking opportunities, the spotlight will be firmly on the Future in Mind report. Local Transformation Plans have been submitted, but next up is the implementation phase. As well as hearing from the national team, you’ll benefit from hearing the specifics of how CCGs and providers are moving forward with their plans and how they are overcoming the challenges of implementation. Naturally as GIFT is the sector partner for this event we will also be showcasing the benefits of participation and co-production.

There will be a focus on how to build successful partnerships between CCGs and providers to transform and improve services as well as looking at ways health services can work more closely with social care partners.

There will be a choice of workshops in the afternoon, including a dedicated session offering practical, case-study driven advice on developing a specialist community based eating disorders service in line with national guidance.

Best practice case studies will include improving mental health care for looked after children and delivering a community CAMHS initiative that improves outcomes and reduces the pressure on inpatient beds.

We hope to see you there

Book here

About Joe Roberson

Joe is an ex-children's mental health advocate and participation worker turned digital innovator. He co-wrote the groundbreaking Headspace Toolkit (2005) and Through the Maze (2008). For the last 18 months he's been leading MOMO, running MyAPT and writing for Innovation Labs.

MyAPT is a community, not just the voice of one person. You've read the post, now its time to get involved.

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