ChiMat Conference - Workshops
This workshop will give delegates the opportunity to learn more about the many tools which ChiMat and Children’s Services Mapping use to provide information and intelligence. It will combine demonstrations with hands-on opportunities for participants to try the tools in practice.
The London Breastfeeding Services Mapping Project: mapping local services, demographic and outcome data
In 2009, ChiMat, working with Children's Services mapping and NHS London developed a methodology for mapping breastfeeding services in London. The outputs were tools to map service data with demographic and outcome data to assist PCTs and other stakeholders to plan and commission evidence-based breastfeeding services based on local need and what works on the ground. The mapping data should be used alongside the Department of Health Guidance for commissioning local breastfeeding support services (2009) and the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative guidance on Developing a Breastfeeding Strategy (2009).
The development of a web-based Integrated Children's Workforce Planning Tool
(IWPT) – CAMHS.
Providing an integrated approach to workforce planning across all children's services is essential. The National CAMHS Workforce Programme have been working with ChiMat to develop an Integrated Children's Workforce Planning Tool (IWPT). Through the workshop you can share your knowledge, experience and skills, the challenges faced and solutions generated to the 8 CAMHS workforce planning themes and become actively involved in the development of the web based template.
This workshop will provide critical insights into quality and character of current data concerning adolescent health. It will review the history of a publication – "Key Data on Adolescence", which is now in its 7th Edition. The workshop will explore some of the challenges involved in identifying data which can contribute to a comprehensive picture of adolescent health, and will discuss how these data can be of use to policy makers and practitioners.
Aiming High for Disabled Children: Improving data.
In 2009 the Department of Health commissioned York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) to look at how data about disabled children is collected, managed and used at a local level. The report was entitled Aiming high for disabled children: improving data.
Using Children's Services Mapping for service improvement
In this workshop, the range of data that is collected in the Children's Services Mapping annual exercise will be shared and the current outputs will be demonstrated, giving an opportunity for discussion of the uses to which the mapping tools can be put. The further development of targeted outputs will be explored focusing on outputs that would support the effective commissioning of children's services and service improvement.
This workshop will give delegates the opportunity to learn more about the many tools which ChiMat and Children’s Services Mapping use to provide information and intelligence. It will combine demonstrations with hands-on opportunities for participants to try the tools in practice. Come along with any questions or queries and receive advice about which tools to use and how.
Making sense of data: supporting the analysis and use of health and wellbeing data as part of the Healthy Schools Enhancement Model.
This workshop will look at how and why schools are being encouraged to undertake a needs assessment in order to identify priority health and wellbeing issues and ways of supporting this process that are being explored. We will particularly focus on training events that took place across the SE Region in Autumn 2009.
PREview: supporting progressive universal prevention and early intervention programmes.
PREview is a new predictive modelling tool that looks at maternal socio-economic and healthcare data, and uses joined up thinking to address the future needs of the child. A population tool is being developed to aid commissioners in mapping the population against future outcomes, and proactively plan the provision of prevention and early intervention services accordingly. PREview supports decision making at team and community level (including PBCs).
It supports professionals to match the Healthy Child Programme and other preventive services, with those indicators that signal future outcomes for individual children and families. It enables parents to think about their child's future and plan what services can do to help them to maximise their child's potential.
Introduction to using the child well-being index at small area level.
The Index of child well-being at small area level is available via open access. This workshop will show how the index is constructed and how it can be used to compare lower level super output areas and to answer policy relevant questions at local level.
This workshop provides an opportuntiy to learn more about the web-based safeguarding support tools commissioned by the Child Health Partnership Programme (CHaMP), including:
- Specialist support, advice and information forum (SAIF) for named and designated professionals and approved colleagues.
- Specialist support, advice and information forum (SAIF) for clinicians.
- A safeguarding knowledge hub, in collaboration with ChiMat, offering up to date information resources about policy, service improvement, workforce development and research initiatives regarding safeguarding.
Find out more about how these safeguarding support tools can support your every day practice and take the opportunity to input into their ongoing development.
Commissioning weight management interventions: the importance of evaluation
This will be an interactive workshop discussing commissioning weight management intervention for children.