Supporting practitioners, service and data managers working in children and young people's mental health and wellbeing settings to understand what constitutes best practice in the use of outcome and feedback measures. Participants will understand how to embed use of measures through local routines, processes and approaches and develop action plans to apply learning to their own organisational context.

Including modules on

    • What is an outcome/ feedback measure and why use them?
    • Introduction to Implementation Theory
    • Best practice use of outcome and feedback measures
    • Tackling common barriers to implementation
    • Identifying current strengths and areas for development and action planning

Who is this course suitable for?

The course is suitable for professionals working with children and young people who would like to improve their practice, as well as service managers, outcomes leads and data leads who want to support best practice in the use of outcome and feedback measures.

 

Cost

Full members Associate members Non-members

Free
(Up to 3 spaces per training/event)

£75
per person

£200
per person


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Kate Dalzell

Practice Lead

Kate is the Practice Lead at the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC). She heads up the CORC team that supports practitioners and organisations to work with outcome measures and collect outcome data on the ground, and to use that to develop services and strengthen commissioning. Kate is also the Head of Innovation and Dissemination at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. Kate’s background is in service development in a local authority context, and in particular applying data-driven approaches to embed a focus on outcomes. She has been active in improving service collaboration and coordination around community needs through her work across a range of public, voluntary and community sector bodies – in particular in regeneration contexts. Recently Kate has overseen our work to tailor CORC approaches to best support schools and voluntary organisations, as well as area-based projects to embed and develop outcome-focussed approaches to commissioning, and CORC support for the six areas involved in the Big Lottery HeadStart programme.