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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

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Online leaflets and factsheets on mental health for young people, parents and carersOnline leaflets and factsheets

 

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Values Based CAMHS commission

The Values Based CAMHS commission is a unique initiative to find out what really matters to everybody involved in the child and adolescent mental health system. 

Contribute by responding to the call for evidence

 

Report:

Draft position statement: Defining a health based place of safety for young people under age 18 years

 

FR CAP 02: Physical health of children and adolescents: what specialist child and adolescent psychiatrists need to know and do

 

FR CAP 01: Survey of in-patient admissions for children and young people with mental health problems

 

CR195 When to see a child and adolescent psychiatrist

 

CR198 Guidance for the use of audio-visual recording in child psychiatric practice

 

RCPSYCH & Tribunals Judiciary A Guide to Mental Health Tribunals for Young People

 

 

Newsletter:

Winter 2015 2016

 

Events

IACAPAP 2016

18-22 September 2016

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

 

Improving Mental Health Services for Young Adults

21 June 2016, London


The RCPsych Paediatric Liaison Network

The RCPsych Paediatric Liaison Network is an international group of child and adolescent psychiatrists who work with paediatric staff. We discuss clinical and non-clinical issues, particularly policy and the promotion of mental health in paediatric practice. We meet in conferences in various UK locations twice a year.  If you are interested in joining, contact the group c/o Stella Galea, committee manager.

 

The Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Surveillance System (CAPSS) Based within the College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI), CAPSS assists clinicians and researchers in ascertaining nationally cases of rare childhood mental health conditions. 

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