Supporting practitioners, service and data managers working in CYPMH and wellbeing settings to understand what constitutes best practice in the use of outcome and feedback measures.
In this webinar, 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:
Models for supporting change
Best Practice Framework and how to tackle common barriers to implementation
Identifying current strengths and areas for development and action planning
30 min follow up call with individual participants
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.
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As Regional Officer for the Midlands and South West, Lee seeks to support organisations and services to develop their evidence based and outcome focused approach for service improvement. Lee developed his passion for this work supporting the mental health and well-being of children and young people over 12 years across voluntary and statutory sectors. This experience gave him a keen understanding of the needs of children, young people and their families (CYPF) and a commitment to putting them at the centre of all support for them. Lee is excited by the variety and diversity of work that takes place for CYPF and seeks to better understand, to demonstrate and to improve the effectiveness of this support.
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