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NHS Long Term Plan Webinar Series

  Setting the Agenda 
for Change
Transforming Integrated Child and Family Health (Services) for Children, Young People and Families
7 Sept 2021
13:00 - 15:00 BST

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Prof Sir Michael Marmot

Director

UCL Institute of Health Equity

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Dr Matthew Clark

National Specialty Advisors for Children and Young People

NHS England & Improvement

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Richard Kirby

Chief Executive Officer

Birmingham Community Healthcare
Trust

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Rukshana Kapasi

Director of Health

Barnardo’s

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Adam Cooper

Assistant Director Children’s Services

Barnardo’s

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Adrian Coggins

Commissioning Delivery Manager Strategy, Transformation, Commissioning Delivery and Traded (STCT)

Essex County Council

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Deborah Buxton

Children’s Services Manager

Barnardo’s

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This seminar is an opportunity for colleagues in public health, early years, social care and the third sector to take stock and consider how Integrated Child and Family Health Services can be redesigned and commissioned to provide early intervention and preventative services.

It is also an opportune time to consider what Integrated Child and Family Health services could mean for children and families to lead to better support and outcomes.

The event will:

  • Highlight how ICSs can develop truly integrated Child and Family Health Services that improve outcomes and reduce inequalities for children and families

  • Share exemplars from Integrated Child and Family Health models of innovation and excellence

  • Inspire system leaders to think and work differently

 

Delegates will:

 

  • Hear from system leaders in health and early years services about latest priorities for Integrated Child and Family Health

  • Gain knowledge and insights into three Integrated Child and Family Health models of innovation and excellence

The event will highlight how collaboration, partnerships and integrated working can effect change to better meet the needs of and improve outcomes for children and their families.

Barnardo’s is the largest children’s charity in the UK. In 2019/20 we supported work with more than 358,800 children, young people, parents and carers across the UK, through our network of over 800 services, our partnerships and the expertise and commitment of paid colleagues and volunteers. The number directly supported includes:

  • 81,100 through our Individual Work

  • 100,700 through our Children’s Centres and Family Hubs

  • 45,100 through our School-based Programmes

  • 131,800 through our Child and Family Wellbeing Service (partnership with Essex County Council)

In 19/20, we addressed all key areas of child vulnerability, including: