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Sig Integrating care for children youth people and their families working meeting

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John Eastwood ,

SIG Lead Integrating Care for Children Young People and their Families; Sydney Local Health District, NSW, AU
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Frank Tracey,

SIG Lead Integrating Care for Children Young People and their Families; Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, AU
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Lisa Altman,

Sydney Children's Hospital Network, AU
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Dana Newcombe,

Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, AU
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Hannah Johnson,

Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, AU
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Erin Miller

Sydney Local Health District, NSW, AU
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Abstract

Background: The integration of system-wide policies and services has long provided the foundation for promoting and protecting the health, development and wellbeing of children, young people and their families. The proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” provides the underlying ethos whereby all members of society work together to raise healthy and resilient children and young people. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide the global platform to addressing the needs of children young people and families. Building on the SDG goal of achieving universal health coverage, WHO developed a global strategy for people centered and integrated health services, recommending that countries consciously consider the perspectives of individuals, families, and communities, and respond to their preferences and needs.

Aims and Objectives:

1- Discuss definitions and scope for Integrating Health and Social Care as it applies to Children, Young People and their Families

2- DIscuss the scope and purpose of a Integrating Care for Children Youth People and Their Families ISpecial Interest Group (IC-CYF SIG)

3- Modify the Scope and Purpose Document for the Integrating Care for Children Youth People and Their Families, Special Interest Group (IC-CYF SIG)

Format: Timing 60 minutes, One Speaker, Group work at tables, Feed back from tables, Discussion and Summation

Target Audience: Health, education and social care practitioners and researchers who are interested in aspects of integrated health and social care as it applies to children, young people and their families.

Learnings and Takeaway: The participants will learning some of the policy and academic foundations of Integrating Care for Children Youth People and Their Families,

The workshop will define the scope and purpose of a SIG for Integrating Care for Children Youth People and Their Families.

How to Cite: Eastwood J, Tracey F, Altman L, Newcombe D, Johnson H, Miller E. Sig Integrating care for children youth people and their families working meeting. International Journal of Integrated Care. 2019;19(4):510. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.s3510
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Published on 08 Aug 2019.

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