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Adolescent Resopurce Newsletter - April 2017
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Adolescent Resopurce Newsletter - May 2017
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Adolescent Resource Newletter - August 2016
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Adolescent Resource Newletter - December 2016
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Adolescent Resource Newletter - January 2017
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Adolescent Resource Newletter - November 2016
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Adolescent Resource Newletter - September 2016
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter - February 2017
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter - June 2017
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter - March 2017
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter April 2015
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter December 2014
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter February 2015
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter January 2015
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter July 2016
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter June 2016
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter March 2015
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter May 2015
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Adolescent Resource Newsletter November 2014
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Benchmarks for transition from child to adult health services
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Dept of Education - Supporting pupils at school with medical conditions

Statutory guidance for governing bodies of maintained schools and proprietors of academies in England

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Newsletter_ Spring 2016
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Newsletter_April 2015
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Newsletter_Autumn 2015
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Newsletter_December 2014
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Newsletter_May 2014
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Newsletter_Winter 2015
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Office of the Children's Commissioner: "They still need to listen more"

A report about disabled children and young people's rights in England

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Office of the Children's Commissioner: Child Friendly Complaints Processes in Health Services: Principles, Pledges and Progress

Children and young people have a right to make complaints when services they use do not meet their needs. The right is outlined in various polices, but central to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Following research undertaken in this area - 8 Common Principles have been agreed - which underpin complaints processes available to children & young people. Attached is the full report (published September 2013).

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Office of the Children's Commissioner: Common Principles for a Child Friendly Complaints Process - Summary document

Attached is the summary of the Common Principles.

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PiP Report 2012-14
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Quality Principles for Paediatric Disability Services, BACD - Sept 2016

The British Academy of Childhood Disability have published this document to make it clear for families, professionals across agencies and commissioners as to what they should expect from paediatric disability services. Dr Karen Horridge on behalf of the British Academy of Childhood Disability

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Safeguarding Disabled Children in England - July 2016

How Local Safeguarding Children Boards are delivering against Ofsted requirements to protect disabled children: findings from a national survey A report of the National Working Group on Safeguarding Disabled Children

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Standards of Care for the Critically Ill Child

Version 4.2 December 2013

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The Facing the Future: Together for Child Health

The Facing the Future: Together for Child Health document was launched at the RCPCH conference in April. It contains a new set of Standards developed jointly by the RCPCH, the RCGP and RCN.

An example of good practice from the Stoke area is included in relation to Standard 4.

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The future of child health: new models of care_February 2016

This briefing document published in February 2016 follows the workshop held in September 2015 which bought together frontline clinicians, researchers, service users, commissioners and policy-makers to better understand new models of health care services for CYP.

Steve Cropper and Tim Horsburgh from PiP presented the work undertaken in 2011/12 in Up-skilling GP's and Primary Care Nurses

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Top Tips - For working with children and young people

This document has been developed and updated by a group of Young Health Champions working in Shropshire but we have saved it here as a Word document so you can amend it to suit your local arrangements.

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United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child - A summary
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United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child - Full Report
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United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child - Our Rights
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Up-skilling GP's - Evaluation Report April 2011

Up-skilling GPs in the Clinical Management of Children With Acute Health Problems - April 2011

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Up-skilling of GP's and Primary Care Nurses - Re-Evaluation Report April 2012

Up-skilling GPs and Nurses in the clinical management of children with acute health problems

Meeting the needs of children in practice in Stoke on Trent and North Staffordshire - April 2012

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Up-skilling Primary Care Nurses - Evaluation Report July 2011

Up-skilling Primary Care Nurses in the Clinical Management of Children With Acute Health Problems - July 2011

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Testimonials

"PiP has a lot of credibility amongst paediatricians and health care professionals. Working in collaboration, members have consistently established clinical networks in a number of speciality areas."

Jonathan Howell, Consultant in Public Health

"I have worked closely with PiP over a number of years, and their work has been highly influential in developing networks, both nationally and regionally".

Hilary Cass, Former President, RCPCH

"….the upskilling was excellent. The master classes covered the management of children’s acute care and everyday health problems..."

Staffordshire Moorlands GP

"PiP has raised the profile of Child Sexual Abuse across the region, encouraging, training and supporting clinicians to work in this sensitive and challenging area..."

Cheryl Sherratt - Assistant Director of Nursing (Quality and Safety)

"The Paediatric Anaesthetic Network (PAN) provides a great forum for discussion and sharing problems and ideas with like-minded people working in different hospitals."

Richard Crombie, Co-chair of the Network.

"Tēnā koutou - greetings from New Zealand...the approach PiP has adopted in the development of clinical networks....has helped inform initiatives now implemented in New Zealand’s child & youth health sector". 

Mollie Wilson, CEO , Paediatric Society of New Zealand

"I can trust the PiP 'Brand' to deliver high quality education".

Consultant Anaesthetist (attendee at Study Day)