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Length:
1.5 hours

About this course

Despite a strong recent emphasis on providing person-centred care within child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), research shows children and young people are rarely actively involved in their treatment. Drawing on a recent systematic review, this seminar will ask “So What are the barriers and facilitators to person-centred care in CAMHS?” through a presentation on the paper by its lead author, Dawid Gondek, and an interactive panel discussion.

This seminar will be suitable for anyone working as a practitioner, researcher or policy maker within CAMHS or associated fields, and will be facilitated by Professor Miranda Wolpert.

It will be the third in the Child Outcome Research Consortium (CORC) and the Evidence Based Practice Unit (EBPU)’s co-hosted “So What?” Seminar Series. The series aims to bridge evidence and practice in child mental health by asking "So what does this mean for policy and practice?" in response to research findings, project outcomes, and the work of our collaborators.

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