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CAMHS National Networking Forum - 21 January, Birmingham
The latest CAMHS developments, knowledge and ideas for CAMHS professionals


Open to all CAMHS professionals including child and adolescent consultant psychiatrists and clinical psychologists, therapists, nurses, service managers and commissioners this national event offers an opportunity to share ideas, find out about the latest innovations and developments in CAMHS from around the country and gain new knowledge and skills.


Key themes for the day include suggestions for improving service quality in CAMHS with limited resources, streamlining the CAMHS acute care pathway, achieving integrated health and care pathways, and improving the transition from childrens mental health servies to adult services.


For details of the agenda and to book a place see the Young Minds website.

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