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Improving child health experiences and outcomes in London

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Integrated child health – time to move centre-stage

Integrated child health – time to move centre-stage

'You can't stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.'  A.A. Milne A colleague reflected that one could spend a lifetime going from conference to seminar around child health, and it is easy...Read more
Community Champions: My Journey to Happiness

Community Champions: My Journey to Happiness

Practice Champions are recruited via GP practices to enable us to co-design local healthcare services. It’s more than just a tick box exercise – we listen to the things that really matter to people, and to the Practice Champion. To do this effecti...Read more
‘Young people have a right to good health and high quality accessible healthcare.’

‘Young people have a right to good health and high quality accessible healthcare.’

AYPH conference, Manchester 25th February 2016. By Katie Malbon. February 29th 2016. Last week I attended the Association for Young People's Health (AYPH) Conference in Manchester. The  AYPH is the UK's leading charity working to improve the he...Read more

 

As individuals we value our children above all.  As a nation, we must prioritise them in the agenda for health improvement. 

Connecting Care for Children is an innovative programme drawing paediatric expertise and community support into primary care, where children’s and families’ needs are known and can be managed well. 

By expanding our network and collaborating with colleagues and service users nationally, we hope to improve experiences and outcomes for children and their families.

Programme components

What people have said

“The GPs have much more confidence about relationships that have been built with the paediatric service, and there has been a good exchange of information in person, by email and by phone.”
– GP

“I hope it will continue like this – it’s much easier and more comfortable because I know all the people at the GP”
– Young person reflecting on paediatric outreach pilot

“Fix Freddie is a way of getting people to engage not just with doctors, pharmacists and healthcare experts, but with each other, so they make stronger communities”
– Puppeteer