Children and young people’s health and wellbeing in North West London, What matters?

Working with the National Institute of Health Research's School for Public Health Research, North West London integrated care system (ICS) and Imperial Patient Experience Research Centre, Connecting Care for Children hosted a virtual workshop on Thursday 22 April 2021

We invited local children and young people, their families and community and healthcare professionals to talk to us about what matters to them

The workshop was a chance for participants to:

  • Inform plans for health and care services for children and young people
  • Discuss the health and wellbeing worries of your community
  • Design services that work for you

Thumbnail image of the cover for the children and young people health and wellbeing report
We are very happy to share our report from the workshop: Children and young people’s health and wellbeing in North West London, What matters?

Please help us to share the learning from the event and download and share the report 




The report explores the six key themes came out from the conversations at the workshop: 
•             Access to mental health support
•             Mental health support in schools
•             Navigating the system 
•             Young people’s ownership of their healthcare 
•             Pressures on parents 
•             Maintaining a healthy weight 

This research was funded by the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR), a partnership between eight academic centres with excellence in applied public health research in England, which includes Fuse and UCL.

Please get in touch if you are working on a project related to these themes or if you have any questions about the report, email: