Children and Young People’s Mental Health: From Early Intervention to Improved Services

12th February 2019 – The Royal National Hotel, London

Reports of children and adolescents’ issues with mental health hit the headlines far too often. A total of 389, 727 under-19s have an active referral – the highest figure ever.

At our sixth event in a series of conferences on this issue, Children and Young People’s Mental Health: From Early Intervention to Improved Services, will address how services can be improved.

Topics covered will include:

NAO review of mental health services for children and young people
Early intervention
Social media
Better integration of services
Transitioning to adult services

For more information click here

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About CCCU Research Development

Research Development (RD) is part of the Department of Enterprise, Employability and Research Development. RD is responsible for ensuring that Research and Enterprise is of the highest quality and meets all required internal and external standards, including managing the institutional submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF). RD leads on development and implementation of the institutional research and enterprise integrity policies, processes and best practice. It also hosts the institutional Staff Researcher Development Programme and the Early Career Researcher Programme SPARC, and is responsible for the annual Research Internship programme. RD provides strategic and targeted support for academic staff to seek and secure funding for their research and innovation activities. This includes identification of core funding opportunities and support for proposal development, alongside strategic advice and support for faculties to develop their research portfolio and capacity.

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