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Publication - Report

Developing a community child health service for the 21st century

Published: 28 Dec 2012
Part of:
Children and families, Health and social care
ISBN:
9781782563235

A report on a review of the community child health service in Scotland.

172 page PDF

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172 page PDF

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Contents
Developing a community child health service for the 21st century
Footnotes

172 page PDF

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Footnotes

1. See Annexe 1
2. Rahman,F. http://www.bacch.org.uk/index.php
3. Horridge K. ADC 2011Educ Pract Ed 2011;96:9-20
4. Scottish Government. Consultation on revised guidance on child protection, to replace the 1998 guidance Protecting Children - A Shared Responsibility: Guidance on Inter-Agency Co-operation. 2010
5. See Annexes 2 and 12
6. http://www.bettertogetherscotland.com/bettertogetherscotland/682.html
7. Annexe 5
8. This bulge may be less than predicted because of out-of- programme experience, maternity leave and interdeanery transfers.
9. Note: 60% of Paediatricians responding to the SACCH survey who did c25% CCH work had under 6 months' training in CCH and 30% of them had no training at all.
10. Rahman,F http://www.bacch.org.uk/index.php
11. See Annexe 1 for list of members of the steering group
12. See Annexe 7
13. UNICEF (2007), Child Poverty in Perspective: An Overview of Child Well-being in Rich Countries, Innocenti Report Card 7
14. ibid
15. Scottish Government. Early Years Framework 2009
16. GIRFEC http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/gettingitright
17. Source ISD Scotland 2007
18. Heckman,J.,2010 "Investment in birth to five early education for disadvantaged children helps prevent the achievement gap, reduce the need for special education, increase the likelihood of healthier lifestyles, lower the crime rate and reduce overall social costs. In fact, every dollar invested in early childhood education produces a 10% per annum return on investment. Equitable early childhood education resources produce greater social and economic equity."
19. DoH (2010) Getting it Right for Children and Young People. Kennedy, I
20. GIRFEC website http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/gettingitright
21. Healthcare Quality Strategy for NHS Scotland. May 2010
22. ISD Child Health Newsletter 2010
23. Short Life Working Group on Type 1 Diabetes Report 2009 http://www.diabetesinscotland.org.uk/Publications/Final%20report%20of%20the%20Type%201%20Diabetes%20Short%20Life%20Working%20Group.pdf
24. ISD Child Health Newsletter 2007
25. Meltzer H, Gatward R, Goodman R, Ford T. The mental health of children and adolescents in Great Britain. Report of a survey carried out in 1999 by Social Survey Division of the Office for National Statistics . Stationary Office 2004
26. Johnson S. et al Pediatrics 2009;124: e249-e257
27. Local Government Association England (2009) In it together: achieving quality outcomes for young people with complex needs
28. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/Early-Years-and-Family/family-nurse-partnership
29. Oliver C, Mooney A with Statham, J. Integrated Working: A Review of the Evidence. Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London, July 2010
30. Scottish Government. An evaluation report of the development and early implementation phases of Getting it Right for Every Child in Highland( 2009).
31. Purves R, Riddell S, Weedon E. The development of care co-ordination services in Scotland: a report to Care Co-ordination Network UK. Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity, University of Edinburgh (2008)
32. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8146460/GPs-lack-training-in-treating-children-report.html
33. RCGP Child Health Strategy 2010
34. BMJ 2011; 342:d1277 doi: 10.1136/bmj.d1277 (Published 8 March 2011)
35. NES/School of Community Paediatrics Edinburgh (see Annexe 8 for programme)
36. Court S D M. Fit for the Future. Report of the Committee on Child Health Services, HMSO 1976
37. Scottish Government. Nursing for Health 2001
38. Barlow J, Stewart Brown S, Fletcher J. ADC 1998;78:301-311
39. Scottish Government. Modernising Nursing in the Community. Joint statement November 2009
40. Mather M. ADC 2004; 89: 697-699
41. BACCH 2005
42. Ukpeh H. Paediatr. Child Health 2009; 14(5):299-302
43. Katz M, Rubino A, Collier J, Rosen J, Jochen H, Ehrich H. Pediatrics 2002;109:788-796.
44. Crouchman M, Pechevis M, Sandler B. ADC 2001;84:299-301.
45. RCPCH Modelling the Future 1-3 2008-2009
46. RCPCH Community Child Health Competency Framework 2010
47. Davies H. NHS QIS 2005 Measuring and reporting the quality of health care: issues and evidence from the international research literature.
48. Scottish Government. Quality Strategy 2010
49. Scottish Government. Better Health, Better Care (2007) Health Improvement, Efficiency, Access and Treatment
50. See Annexe 5
51. RCPCH A Charter for Paediatricians 2004
52. BACCH 2000
53. BACCH 2005
54. See Annexe 2 for full questionnaire details
55. Ni Bhrolchain C. Chair RCPCH CSAC Community Child Health. Personal Communication. 2009
56. Rhaman F. Derby PCT. http://www.bacch.org.uk/index.php
57. RCPCH Modelling the Future ( MTF) 2008-2009
58. RCPCH Census Report November 2010
59. Source ISD Scotland 2010
60. ST survey results, see Annexe 6
61. Personal references have been edited in this contribution
62. Ross LM. ADC 2003; 88:97-98
63. MTF ibid
64. Cook A. Reshaping the Medical Workforce in Scotland Update to NDPIG - July 2010
65. NES has put in place a Paediatric Advanced Practice Network together with other training initiatives to encourage the building of expertise at this level across professions
66. See Annexe 7
67. http://www.bacch.org.uk/index.php
68. GRO 2008
69. Scottish Government. Fair Shares for All Final Report 2000
70. Rahman,F. http://www.bacch.org.uk/index.php
71. Horridge K. ADC 2011Educ Pract Ed 2011;96:9-20
72. Scottish Government revised guidance on child protection, to replace the 1998 guidance Protecting Children - A Shared Responsibility: Guidance on Inter-Agency Co-operation.2010 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/12/9727
73. See Annexes 2 and 12
74. http://www.bettertogetherscotland.com/bettertogetherscotland/682.html
75. Annexe 5
76. Note: 60% of Paediatricians responding to the SACCH survey who did c25% CCH work had under 6 months' training in CCH and 30% of them had no training at all.
77. ISD Summary of SNS statistics 2008
78. Secure units are residential homes that cater for children at risk and offenders under the age of 16. There are around seven homes in Scotland providing 124 beds which are due to be reduced.
79. See Annexe 9
80. Horridge K, Chair RCPCH CSAC Neurodisability Personal communication 2011
81. See page 40 about PAS systems in place in CCH
82. Derby PCT CCH service


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