Can you make a Child Health Promise?
- We are all doing great quality improvement work but a lot of it is repeated and not shared.
- The idea of this website is to share quality improvement projects.
- This website enables you to create your own project page without the hassle of having to set up your own website. You can upload photos and resources whilst browsing other great projects in the field of child health.
- The added bonus is that if you have a project on the site you can submit it for presentation at the Royal Society of Medicine Child Health Festival Conference on the 12th June 2018! This is a great opportunity! View the draft festival programme here.
- Projects must be on the website by 14th May for consideration for the Child Health Festival.
You have a great idea to improve child health
Register your idea on our website and create your project page
Explore other projects, get inspired, join and contribute
Submit your work to the RSM Child Health Festival Conference in 2018
We are all short of time, but by working together we can create inventive solutions to difficult problems and inspire both healthcare professionals and children along the way. As far as possible consider involving children and young people in your projects.
Let’s stop repeating good work and work together!
Your project must be registered on the website to submit it to the conference.
What’s in it for me?
- share and promote your work via the CHP website and RSM Child Health Festival in 2018.
- create innovative solutions by working with other health professionals and young people.
- inspire and support young people
Young people get to:
- be involved in decisions that affect your life
- have fun
- develop new skills
Any young people, medical or allied health professionals can take part. To register your project you will an nhs.net account so projects will be led, in general, by a health care professional.
Professionals who work with children
There are several ways to get involved. You can make your promise with a team, as an individual, or adopt one of the existing projects if it’s something you can make happen in your area.
Can you engage young people with your project?
It’s often easier to work with others so consider whom you can ask to support you with your promise e.g. work colleagues, friends you have trained with, health care managers or IT.
Consider if you could engage young people with your project
Think how you may engage with young people. You could approach a school, 6th form college, youth group or young people in your place of work.