Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
Join us this August to review government policy around Childhood Obesity and explore how your region can better support child health through the new partnership system. We will discuss best practice and recent guidance with leading experts in the field in order to achieve greater outcomes for children.
This course will examine Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), children’s rights and the concept of a good childhood, resilience and how to build resilience in children to cope with and mitigate the effects of Early Childhood Experiences. The course is aimed at those working with children and young people in a professional setting and interested in building a knowledge and understanding of adverse childhood experiences.
This is the 4th National Men In The Early Years Conference. This will be the first MITEY conference to feature a ministerial address, from Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families, Nadhim Zahawi MP - a real sign that our agenda is now recognised as important at the highest level of government. There's a growing sense that we need more men working in early years education; a stronger understanding of why they matter; and new ideas about how to make it happen.
This symposium will offer universities, local authorities, sexual health service providers, GP practices, public health bodies, student groups and more an invaluable opportunity to co-develop methods of improving student sexual health and well being.
The conference will include a range of events including a number of papers sessions, panels, and speakers. Invitees will also include policy leads and practitioners and local delivery partners providing an opportunity to bring together academic research and policy/practice.
Half Day Course This workshop is aimed at supporting a better understanding of current Welsh Government Policy and Programmes The session will support people from a wide range of organisations to understand the distinctive Welsh legislative and policy framework for children and families that has developed as a result of increasing devolution from Westminster
Half day course This workshop is aimed at supporting a better understanding of current Welsh Government Policy and Programmes
The seminar will explore the parallels between research and play and consider how playfulness can be an approach to both undertaking research as well as an approach to teaching research.
Half day course This workshop is aimed at supporting a better understanding of current Welsh Government Policy and Programmes.
A WAST annual campaign held throughout October which aims to teach Junior pupils (Primary schools) appropriate use of 999 and life savings skills; recovery position, CPR, choking and raise awareness of Defibrillators.
The Annual Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Summit will focus on the important issue of transforming mental health services for children and young adults; improving accessibility and recovery outcomes.
UNESCO believes that where cultural diversity is in conflict with other human rights values, ‘it is necessary to analyse and balance wisely’. The question for conference participants is how to achieve that wisdom and find positive outcomes.
Learn about the ADP and how we can aid your research through providing access to a wealth of data. Gain an understanding of the Emerging Minds Network and the funding opportunities available for research. Benefit from networking opportunities among researchers, charities and public sector organisations. Share and develop important mental health research questions for independent/collaborative work.
Building on the success of the 2018 campaign, our aim is to get as many children as possible playing and learning outside in 2019.
This event will recognise the journey that the UNCRC has been on in Wales to date, as well as looking what needs to be achieved in the future.
A 2-day summit organised by the RCGP Secure Environments Group in partnership with Broadmoor, Ashworth, and Rampton high secure hospitals, Spectrum, Care UK, NHS England and NHS Improvement, Martindale Pharma, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, HMP Berwyn, West London NHS Trust, Correvio and Learn it Online. The main title will be ‘Journeys Through Justice – Leadership and Transformation’ – focusing on a range of themes including Women in prison, Transgender pathways, Children’s services, Learning disability and difficulty and Trauma-informed care.
The agenda includes presentations designed to help higher education institutions improve outcomes and ensure that all student and staff deliver the quality of care required to improve mental health services.
The conference will include keynote speakers, expert panels, engaging workshops and inspiring field trips. The conference will bring together academics, policymakers and practitioners from the range of sectors that shape public space and infrastructure, with advocates and activists working to promote children’s rights in their neighbourhoods, towns and cities. The conference will be supported by partners including Playing Out, A Place in Childhood, the Universities of Bristol and Bath Spa and the Architecture Centre.