Education, training and useful resources

CAMHS School Information Form - Supporting information for CAMHS referral

Asthma annual review document

Asthma management plan

 

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#AskAboutAsthma is 3- 9 October 2022. The campaign is about making simple changes to children and young people’s care that will make a big difference to how they experience their asthma. The aim is for every person involved in the care of a child or young person with asthma – from GPs and nurses to parents/carers, teachers, and youth group leaders – to know about the four asks that can help every person to manage their condition and live full, active lives.  To celebrate this week, The CYP Integrated Asthma /Wheeze Team have shared some educational resources from a recent CYP Asthma workshop aimed at primary care professionals.

  • What is asthma - presented by Dr Lynn Stinisky click here

  • Treatment of asthma in children – presented by Dr Amanda Equi click here

  • Diagnosis of asthma in children – presented by Dr Amanda Equi click here

More information can be found on website 

HEEADSSS 

Adolescence should be a time of healthy growth and development. Indeed, it is a critical period with significant physical, emotional, and mental changes. Despite robust physical health, adolescent risky behaviours may result in lifelong consequences as well as increased morbidity and mortality. The HEEADSSS review of systems is a tool to understand adolescent behaviour and assess risk-taking behaviours to provide appropriate interventions. Using the HEEADSSS review of systems is an effective way to engage in dialogue with teens and address many of the challenges faced by this age group it aims to promote screening as a routine part of health, education or social care interventions as well as to provide direct links to national and local resources.

To access the HEEADSSS app click here

Fontanelle Podcast

To access this useful paediatric educational podcast for trainees click here

 

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