Can we together, build a brighter future for and with babies, children and young people across North East London? – A MINI VIRTUAL CONFERENCE EVENT – Friday 12 March, 1pm-3pm,
Can we together, build a brighter future for and with babies, children and young people across North East London?
East London Health and Care Partnership invites you to join us in our ambitious programme of work as we create the future with the children and young people of North East London.If you work with, or your work impacts on babies, children and young people (BCYP), or you have an interest in this area Please register for our virtual conference on Friday 12 March @ 1-3pm
If you can’t make the upcoming conference, by registering you will be added to our list of representatives and receive information about our programme, updates, useful information and invites to future key system wide events.
We also ask that if you have any colleagues who work with BCYP or have an interest in this work please share this invitation with them and ask them to sign up as we are keen to grow our community making sure we are including and inviting key representatives from across the system.
The virtual conference will feature an expert panel of young people: a fantastic opportunity to hear young people, as they put their questions to the health and care system
Pathways to employment in anchor organisations: creating opportunities in the health and care sector for care experienced young people
Children and young people’s social prescribing: highlight exciting developments in North East London
Our key note speaker panel:
Al Aynsley-Green, Professor Emeritus of Child Health, UCL and First Children’s Commissioner for England (2005-2009)
Mark Riddell, National Advisor for Care Leavers
Ian Peters, Chair of Barts Health NHS Trust
Elaine Allegretti, Director of People & Resilience, LB Barking & Dagenham
Dr Jagan John, Chair North East London ELHCP & Barking & Dagenham CCG
To find out more about the programme and the latest news about our upcoming conference visit the children’s and young people pages on the ELHCP website here.