Here are our recent publications as well as the latest news, reports and case studies on Connecting Care for Children.
Child health general practice hubs: a service evaluation
This paper presents the findings of an evaluation of our first three child health GP hubs.
Whole population integrated child health: moving beyond pathways
This paper describes the thinking behind our approach to addressing health needs for the whole population of children and young people: it makes sense to help healthy children to stay healthy, while supporting those with additional needs.
Case studies and reports
The CC4C child health GP hub model of care has been reported and commented on by a number of organisations.
The King’s Fund – Mando Watson: Imperial child health general practice hubs
Nuffield Trust – The future of child health services: new models of care
Royal College of General Practitioners – The future of GP collaborative working
House of Commons Health Committee –Primary care: fourth report of session 2015–16 (page 54)
Healthy London Partnership – Compendium: new models of care for acutely unwell children and young people
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health – Facing the future together for child health (new standards launched 29 April 2015)
Fischer Associates report on the contribution of practice health champions to realising the potential of CC4C
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