Outline of the government’s proposals to improve mental health support for children and young people in England. They propose: Encouraging schools and colleges to designate a mental health lead. Setting up mental health support teams to work in schools. Piloting
Project Future has looked at the lived experience of young marginalised men with experience in the criminal justice system, often labelled ‘gang-affiliated’ and who have had poor access to services. It identifies that NHS, local authorities and others should offer
Lay members bring an essential independent perspective to the clinical commissioning group (CCG) governing body – being separate to the day-to-day running of the organisation means that they can see it as it is seen from the outside. This checklist looks at: appraisals
A guide for commissioners, education and service providers to support young people with hearing loss through transition. Guide produced to help deliver more of the recommendations in the Action Plan on Hearing Loss.
The Education and Health Select Committees published a report of their inquiry on the role of education in children and young people’s mental health on 2 May 2017. This document sets out the Government’s response to the report. Additional Item
Measures the current performance of a range of the largest UK cities, and all Local Enterprise Partnership areas in England, against a basket of ten indicators based on the views of the public and business as to what is key to economic success and wellbeing. Employment,
Guidance to help people who have taken a break from practice, or are considering doing so, to understand the requirements for coming back on to the HCPC Register. It helps to ensure that registrants who have been out of practice for
This House of Commons Library briefing looks at the design, policy debate, outcomes and results of the Troubled Families programme in England, a targeted family intervention programme run by local authorities. The most recent update to this briefing paper includes information
The government proposes to increase the number of student places at medical schools in England by 1,500. The first 500 places will be allocated to medical schools and will be available to students in September 2018. This consultation seeks views
Health Education England report that collates examples of good practice across England. In additions promoting the importance of general practice nursing it provides details of potential workforce issues and provides appropriate recommendations. It looks at four areas: Raising the profile as
This note provides background to the Government’s October 2016 announcement on increasing the number of medical school places in England by up to 1,500, starting from September 2018.
Skills for Care and Health Education England had developed this framework which promotes greater collaboration between organisations in the health and care sectors and in the community. The framework sets out standards for staff education and training and classifies key skills
This guide describes actions that can be taken to ensure that best practice is applied in the development of Specialty and associate specialist (SAS) doctors and dentists, and how different groups can work together to ensure best practice is consistently
The Creating Connections programme was focused on and achieved three overall outcomes; That single parents would: Show improved wellbeing, increased confidence and self-esteem and would feel better able to meet the challenges they face in their lives. Can make their own
Brief snapshot of changes in applications and entrants to HE via UCAS.
This Paper explains the changes to funding for students on NHS funded courses in England, that lead to professional registration as nurses, midwives, or other allied health professionals as announced in the Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015. From August 2017
Report from the Children’s Commissioner’s Growing up Digital Taskforce that identifies the need for: Digital resiliance – enabling children and young people to act safely and survive online. Digitally informed – ensuring children and young people are aware of their
This House of Commons Library briefing sets out the system of support for children and young people in England aged 0-25 with special educational needs (SEN). The briefing provides an overview of the new system introduced in 2014, the transitional
This House of Commons Library briefing sets out the rules relating to the provision of personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) in England, as well as introducing the debates about the quality of provision and the subject’s statutory status.