Mayden is inviting readers with an interest in children and young people’s mental health to a free digital showcase and networking event, taking place at 9.30am on Thursday 23 March 2023, at Keble College, Oxford.
At the event, attendees will hear from Lauren Fensome, Clinical Innovation Adoption Programme Manager and Matt Williams, Senior Programme Manager at Oxford AHSN, co-authors of the Scoping Digital Support for Children and Young People’s Mental Health report.
The speakers will talk about the review that they undertook last year and the findings that can be used by healthcare systems to support decisions about digital options.
Visitors will have the opportunity to network with other providers of CYPMH community services and suppliers of a range of solutions that support them in addressing current challenges.
There will be short presentations on examples of technology that can help services to meet rising demand, offer children and young people choice and ensure early access to care.
Attendance at the half-day event is free, and features refreshments and a light lunch.
Networking opportunities will be available so feel free to pass the invitation along to colleagues and contacts from other services in your area.
To register, please complete this form:
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