Children and Young People’s Network
Aim: ADPH London aims to provide strategic leadership and advocacy for children and young people’s health in London, and work in partnership to address pan-London challenges to giving children and young people the best start in life.
Children’s and young people’s health is an important area of public health in London, we have a responsibility as public health professionals to identify and intervene in health inequalities that affect children and young people in the city.ADPH London works with partners including Association of London Directors of Children’s Services (ALDCS), London Councils, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) London, NHS E/I London and the Greater London Authority (GLA) in addressing the pan-London challenges associated with the health of children and young people.
London Children and Young Peoples Network (CYP Network)
This network is hosted by ADPH London and meets on a quarterly basis for a 2 hour meeting. The network is open to colleagues who work on CYP at a local level. It is an opportunity to share knowledge, learn and hear about what is happening in boroughs as well as at pan-London level.
Children and Young Peoples Mental Health Community of Practice (CYP MH CoP)
Is a group that is jointly run with OHID London. It meets quarterly for an hour to share knowledge, learn and hear about what is happening in boroughs as well as at pan London level specifically related to children’s mental health.
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