Members' Forum: Building an outcomes-focused service
An opportunity for CORC members to join with colleagues from schools, statutory and voluntary sector service providers, health, local government, and academia. Together we will be considering how best to address the challenges of measuring outcomes in a variety of settings across child and young person mental health care.
Birgit Valla, Psychologist and Leader of Stangehjelpa, a community based mental health service in Norway will be presenting her experience of creating an outcome focused service in Scandinavia.
Kathryn Pugh, Children and Young People's Mental Health Programme Lead for NHS England, on what a 'gold-standard' service looks like and how to achieve it.
Professor Miranda Wolpert will discuss the key findings from the recent 'What constitutes a good outcome?' workshop, undertaken with colleagues from the Universities of Oxford, York and Liverpool.
We are also delighted to announce that some of our members will be presenting, feeding back on their experiences of creating outcome based services on the ground:
- Jenny Cooke - Assistant Psychologist from Sussex Partnership
- Nicky Martin - Counselling and Psychotherapy Service Manager, YPAS, Liverpool Partnership
- Claire Ely - Director, Bromley Y
- Dr Rachel Bryant-Waugh - Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
There will also be panel discussions with Birgit and Kathryn and the opportunity for a Q&A.
Full agenda is available here.
This event is for Full and Associate CORC Members only. Please sign up here.
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Professor Miranda Wolpert
CORC Director and Chair of the CORC Board
Miranda is Professor in Evidence Based Practice and Research at UCL, Head of the Innovation, Evaluation and Dissemination programme at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, Director of the Evidence Based Practice Unit (EBPU) and Director of the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC). Miranda is a clinical psychologist by background and worked for many years in the NHS and schools providing therapy to young people and families in London and Bedfordshire. Miranda is committed to developing and disseminating the evidence base in relation to child mental health service provision, and is recognised for her contributions to help ensure patient voice is at the heart of clinical practice and service commissioning.