• 1st CORC Spring Seminar: Promoting equality and diversity in feedback and outcome measures for children and young people with learning disabilities

    Presented by CORC Programme Manager – Nick Tait and Dr Rowena Rossiter, Cornwallis North East University of Kent The 1st CORC Spring Seminar aims to progress practice and practice-guidance on measures and methods for children and young people with learning disabilities (LD), their families and netw…

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  • 2nd CORC Spring Seminar: The implications of differences in improvement rates for different mental health outcome measures: what should influence the choice of measurement tool?

    Presented by CORC Research Lead - Dr Jenna Jacob  At our 2nd CORC Spring Seminar we will be sharing findings from recent analysis of the CORC data set, which highlights how the amount of change seen in outcome varies across different measurement tools. The session will be interactive and will open …

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  • CORC Spring Seminars 2021

    Our Spring Seminars aim to bring you the latest learning from CORC members and our partners and collaborators. In previous years, we began to discuss with attendees what research can tell us about whether children and young people are being helped by mental health services and how we respond and def…

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  • 3rd CORC Spring Seminar: Engaging young people to improve their experiences of outcome measurement

    Presented by CORC Youth Engagement Officer Rachel Piper and Young Champions from the Anna Freud Centre The 3rd CORC Spring Seminar is for anyone who would like to learn more about listening to young people’s experiences of mental health service outcome measures. You’ll go away from the session with…

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