Look at how routine outcome measurement informs commissioning for children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing across different stages of the commissioning cycle.
The course explores issues and approaches associated with developing outcome and measurement frameworks, setting realistic targets and making meaningful use of limited, partial or flawed data.
Including modules on
- Choosing measures for your context and purpose
- The role of measures in a commissioning cycle
- Understanding the national context; prevalence, data quality and impact
Who is this course suitable for?
The course is suitable for all those who commission or manage services that support children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing, and who would like to understand more about how to measure outcomes and work with outcome data in these settings to best inform commissioning activity.
Please note, the prices below are subject to VAT.
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Regional Improvement Support Officer
A skilled project manager with extensive experience of business transformation and improvement initiatives within multiple organisational settings ranging from grass roots voluntary to county wide commissioning partnerships. Previous roles have enabled the refining of interpersonal and communication skills to improve engagement with key stakeholders and partners throughout all stages of a project. Increased knowledge and understanding of outcomes measurement and evaluation tools and techniques, specifically within children and youth services, has been gained through more recent experiences. An excellent facilitator with strong influencing and negation methods, ensuring the best outputs and outcomes for any work.
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