News and events

Cancelled due to coronavirus/COVID-19

In order to protect our members, staff and patients receiving treatment for mental illness from coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all peer review and accreditation visits and events taking place up to the end of June. We are unable to offer compensation for travel and/or accommodation costs that have already been incurred, or any administration charges relating to cancellation of travel tickets or accommodation. We will be adding more information regarding peer review and accreditation visits to this page.

Community CAMHS COVID-19 webinar - Tuesday 2 June 2020, 3.15pm

QNCC Advisory Group member Dr. Eduardo Szaniecki (Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust) will be joined by his colleague, Dr. Yoko Totsuka (Consultant Family and Systemic Psychotherapist, Counselling Psychologist & Clinical Service Manager, North Camden Community CAMHS Team, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust). 

This event provided a space for our speakers to share experiences of managing the COVID-19 crisis at their community setting, with the opportunity to ask questions during a Q&A session.

Community CAMHS COVID-19 webinar - Thursday 28 May 2020, 3.15pm

QNCC Advisory Group members Dr Phil Ferreira-Lay (Clinical Director, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) and Carol-Anne Murphy (Nurse Consultant, North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust). This event provided a space for our speakers to share experiences of managing the COVID-19 crisis at their community setting, with the opportunity to ask questions during a Q&A session.

Community CAMHS COVID-19 webinar - Wednesday 13 May 2020, 2pm

Our first Community CAMHS COVID-19 Webinar was held on Wednesday 13 May. The event was hosted by QNCC’s long-standing advisory group member Carol-Anne Murphy (Nurse Consultant) along with her colleague Tracey Beatty (Clinical Lead) at North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. This event provided a space for our speakers to share experiences of managing the COVID-19 crisis at their community setting, with the opportunity to ask questions during a Q&A session.

 

You can access recordings of all our webinars on the dedicated QNCC webinars page.

Date: 16 September 2020

Cancelled due to coronavirus/COVID-19

In order to protect our members, staff and patients receiving treatment for mental illness from coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all peer review and accreditation visits and events taking place up to the end of June. Therefore unfortunately, this event that has now been cancelled. A full refund of your registration fee will be made when the team have returned to the office. We are unable to offer compensation for travel and/or accommodation costs that have already been incurred, or any administration charges relating to cancellation of travel tickets or accommodation.

QNCC will be holding our annual conference and networking event virtually this year via Zoom. The theme for this year’s event will be “Excellence in education in a ‘new normal’: no child left behind” and the event will be held on Friday 20 November 2020.

We hope to have as many of you joining as possible, so please save the date in your diary. Booking is now open.

Please note: For non-members of QNIC/QNCC there is a non-member introductory fee of £55 for this event. We will also contact you separately via email to give you information on how to make a payment if you are a non-member.

CAMHS Accreditation Training is aimed at clinicians and patient/carer representatives who want to understand more about the process, and is compulsory to attend for those who wish to participate in accreditation reviews in the future. You are not required to attend this training for focused or comprehensive peer-review visits.

This is the perfect opportunity if you plan to or have already signed up or for an accreditation visit as a reviewer or patient/carer representative this cycle and have not attended the training previously, or indeed if you have already completed the training and wish to refresh your knowledge of the process ahead of your next accreditation review.

We will be holding this training via Zoom. This event is now fully booked.
CAMHS Accreditation Training is aimed at clinicians and patient/carer representatives who want to understand more about the process, and is compulsory to attend for those who wish to participate in accreditation reviews in the future. You are not required to attend this training for focused or comprehensive peer-review visits.

This is the perfect opportunity if you plan to or have already signed up or for an accreditation visit as a reviewer or patient/carer representative this cycle and have not attended the training previously, or indeed if you have already completed the training and wish to refresh your knowledge of the process ahead of your next accreditation review.

We will be holding this training via Zoom. Please sign up using the booking form.

QNIC event information can be found on the  QNIC News and Events page.
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