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A review of the PICH learning seminars, plus other news and views …

PICH seminar June 2019

We had a really interesting session on Wednesday 5th June. In the 6pm mentoring session two of this year’s participants took us on their PICH journeys so far. First of all we heard from Cate Luce, talking about supporting parents on the neonatal unit, building shared guidelines and exploring reasons parents bring newborn babies to the ED. Then Hannah Opstad told us about her SOCKS project teaching primary school children about cyber bullying and online safety. Soon to be rolled…

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PICH Seminar March 6th

You are warmly invited to our next seminar in the Programme for Integrated Child Health series. The evening will focus on exploring the learning and development of the Children and Young People’s Partnership. A holistic, population based, data driven programme seeking to show through evaluation how to create an ICS (integrated care system) for children. The session will be led by Claire Lemer, who combines working as a general paediatric consultant with service transformation roles focused on improving the interface…

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PICH 18/19 Learning Seminar 4, Jan 2019 – Healthy London Partnership

A superb seminar from Eugenia Lee (GP lead for children with HLP) on 09/01/19 Scary figures… but pulling people together from different disciplines, geography, backgrounds, experiences – all motivated to improve the lives of London’s children. Now is a fantastic time to make change – NHS 10 year plan highlighting children’s health like never before! https://www.longtermplan.nhs.uk/ Amongst PICH participants and mentors 2019 we agreed via a dragons den bid-off that we would prioritise the mental health of the next generation if…

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PICH 18/19 Learning Seminar 2, Nov 2018 – Patient experience and involvement

Deepening our understanding of patient experience at this month’s PICH seminar. We had presentations from Bea (practice champion manager for CC4C connecting care for children), and Dr Heidi – Paed trainee at the Royal London and former research fellow for CC4C. Bea talked about collaboration of professionals and community members (on an equal platform) to meet needs of the local populations Heidi described how to involve patients meaningfully in research, and how is it relevant to recurrent wheeze.  Key links:…

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