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1 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Psychosocial Interventions - Paediatric Psychology Children and Young People’s Health support Group Wednesday 1st May 2013

2 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Background The Scottish Government Health Directorate (SGHD) in the policy document ‘Better Health, Better Care: National Delivery Plan for Children and Young People’s Specialist Services in Scotland’ (SGHD, 2008) charged NHS Education for Scotland (NES) with building psychological capacity and capability in Scottish Paediatric Healthcare. As such, the development, delivery and evaluation of an educational programme on Psychosocial Interventions to improve Adherence, Self-Management and Adjustment to Physical Health Conditions for Children and Young People was commissioned. Continued funding and support from the Child and Maternal Health Division.

3 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Background Policy Drivers Better Health, Better Care: National Delivery Plan for Children and Young People’s Specialist Services in Scotland. (SGHD, 2009). The Healthcare Quality Strategy for NHSScotland. (SGHD 2010). Improving Health and Wellbeing of People with Long Term Conditions in Scotland: A National Action Plan. (SGHD 2009). Getting it Right for Every Child. (SGHD 2008). Mental Health of Children and Young People: A Framework for Promotion, Prevention & Care.(2005). Delivering a Healthy Future: An Action Framework for Children and Young People’s Mental Health in Scotland. (2007).

4 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Educational Resource Published The development of an educational resource ‘Psychosocial Interventions for Improving Adherence, Self-Management and adjustment to physical Health conditions – Children and Young people’. This resource is available on the Children and Young people’s services Managed Knowledge network (C&YP MKN) and at health board libraries. It is an interactive learning tool aimed at enhancing competency and confidence on the psychosocial dimension of care.

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6 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology National Training National skills based training delivered annually – Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Stirling and Glasgow 2011 – Dundee, Stornaway, Dumfries and Inverness 2012 – Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Aberdeen 150 training places allocated per annum.

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8 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Local Training Training for trainers – to deliver training which is responsive to local educational needs. Delivery of local skills based training to multidisciplinary paediatric staff. Development of a local infrastructure to ensure: Training is applied in practice Monitor Impact/Evaluate Maintenance of skills (refresher training

9 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Psychosocial Interventions Training – Paediatric Psychology YearRegional Training (Number of training places allocated) Local Training (Number of training places allocated) Trainers Trained 2010 – 2011Aberdeen 40 Glasgow 40 Edinburgh 40 Total 120 Agreed number of trainers to be trained 4 Actual trainers trained – 2012Stirling 20 Stornoway 20 Inverness 40 Dumfries 40 Dundee 30 Total 150 Greater Glasgow & Clyde Ayrshire & Arran Dumfries & Galloway Lothian Total 260 Agreed number of trainers to be trained 4 Actual trainers trained – 2013Stirling 40 Aberdeen 40 Edinburgh 40 Glasgow 40 Total 160 GCC Highland Highland (A&B) Ayrshire & Arran Dumfries Lothian Fife Borders Total 400 Agreed number of trainers to be trained 4 Actual trainers trained 9

10 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Psychology Additional Sample of Current work Level 3-4 Training Event - An Introduction to Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in Paediatric Settings. Jan 31st 2013, Feb 1st 2013 & May 2rd 2013 Hospital Passport – National Rollout 2013 On line Educational Resource – Additional Chapter added on Paediatric Pain Stakeholder’s Event on Jan 22nd 2013 Presentation Paper at the Paediatric Psychology Network Conference, June 2013 – Newcastle Workshop - Paediatric Diabetes Care Study day, Nov 20th 2012 Stirling Manager Case Study to view on NES Website Example submitted for the National Person Centred Health & Care Programme SECC Nov 20 – 21st 2012 Paper in production – 3yr work and results

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