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Children and Young People's Health Outcomes Forum - Briefing Event
Friday, March 9, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
The Secretary of State for Health has launched a Children’s and Young People’s Forum that will operate as an equivalent to the NHS Future Forum, bringing together clinical practitioners and professionals working in healthcare across the public and voluntary sectors. It has been tasked with creating a set of health service outcomes for child health and addressing longstanding system issues that prevent children from accessing universal and specialist healthcare. It will also ensure that children’s health needs are central to government thinking during the final phase of development work on Health & Social Care Bill reforms.
NCB and CDC want to make sure that our members and partners across the sector are able to make the most of this opportunity to make the health system work better for children – particularly for disabled children, those in need of palliative care needs and those with other complex needs such as looked after children and those involved in the youth justice system.
The purpose of this event is to provide a briefing on the work of the forum and how members can best engage and feed in evidence. It will also enable us to refine our thinking as a group about the key things that would make a critical difference to children’s health and well-being.
|10.15am||Vision and mission for the Forum|
|10.55am||Engaging with the Forum - timetable and process|
|11.30am|| Open forum
A chance for people to ask questions or raise issues with Christine Lenehan, Barbara Hearn
and other forum members present
|12.00pm||Chair briefs on format for remainder of day|
|12.05pm||Group discussions focusing on cross-cutting issues|
|02.00pm||Group discussion session 2|
|03.30pm||Round up and next steps|
When & Where
National Children's Bureau (NCB) is a charitable organisation that acts as an umbrella body for organisations working with children and young people in England & Northern Ireland.