CORC Spring Seminars 2021
The 1st Spring Seminar, hosted by our colleagues at the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) aims to progress practice and practice-guidance on measures and methods for children and young people with learning disabilities (LD), their families and networks of support. The session builds on previous collaborative work in this area, led by the LD Network of the Division of Clinical Psychology’s Children, Young People and their Families Faculty.
We will share the findings of recent research into current practice and provide recommendations for which outcome measures to use with children and young people with learning disabilities. We will provide attendees some good practice examples and case study evidence from various services working with children and young people especially those with severe or multiple and profound learning disabilities. You will have the opportunity to share and reflect upon your own practice regarding what works well and how to integrate good practice going forward.
Presented by CORC Programme Manager – Nick Tait and Dr Rowena Rossiter, Tizard Centre, University of Kent
Ideal for: service providers (frontline and strategic); researchers; commissioners
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About the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC)
Founded in 2002, CORC is a learning collaboration of child mental health providers, schools, professional bodies and research institutions across Europe and beyond, committed to using outcome and feedback data to improve child and youth mental health support, services and systems.
CORC holds data relating to mental health and wellbeing outcomes of more than 400,000 children and young people in the UK, representing the largest data set of this kind worldwide. The CORC team provide a range of support for the collection, analysis and reporting of data and the use of data to improve services, as well as training and knowledge-sharing opportunities, such as the annual CORC Forum and CORC Spring Seminar Series. The seminars are open to mental health and education professionals, service leads, young people and parents and anyone else interested in innovative research and dissemination practices in child and youth mental health.
If you are a non-member, each CORC Spring Seminar costs £10. You can also book all 3 CORC Spring Seminars for only £25 here
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