Past AYPH events

Past AYPH events

10th Anniversary Conference

Presentations from the event can be downloaded below:

Opening Plenary
Ten years of AYPH – Emma Rigby, AYPH
Data trends for young people. What’s changed in ten years? – Dr Ronny Cheung, Evelina London Children’s Hospital
Life chances of young people – Naomi Eisenstadt CB
What’s important to young people? Messages from young people in care – Áine Rose Kelly, Care Leaver, DPhil Student, Wellcome Trust Scholar

Research Advances – Parallel A
Teenagers and their sexual partners: What age difference should raise concerns of sexual exploitation? – Dr Louise Cook, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Understanding the decline of teenage fertility in England – Katie L Heap, University of Southampton
“Not life threatening but life ruining”: Continence problems in young people – Dr Carol Joinson, Centre for Child & Adolescent Health University of Bristol

Innovation in Health & Education – Parallel B
PSHE Education: Policy change & models of practice – Jonathan Baggaley, PSHE Association
Using youth work in a school setting – Tim Tod, University of Exeter & Red 22 CIC
Pastoral curriculum: A manifesto – Jo Morgan, The Portsmouth Grammar School

Research Advances – Parallel C
Safe, Fit & Well: Streetgames’ national sport pilots – Dr Louise Mansfield, Brunel University London
Impact of a youth violence intervention in the emergency department of a London hospital – Brendan King, Redthread
Improving transition from child and adolescent mental health services to adult mental health services – Dr Cathy Street, Warwick Medical School

Innovation in Mental Health – Parallel D
Supporting young people’s mental health in the voluntary sector – Dr Simon Newitt, Off the Record
Developing a youth mental health service: Considerations across the system – Tonia Mihill: Mancroft Advice Project (MAP), Dr Tim Clarke & Dr Jon Wilson: Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Child, Family & Young People’s Service
Healthy Teen Minds – Robin Barker, Healthy Teen Minds

Innovation in Engagement – Parallel E
‘It’s like a new life that you never knew about until now’: Living with HIV – The CHIVA Youth Committee (CYC) of Young People
Making change happen together – Anna Christina Carnegie & Iona del Pino, CLIC Sargent

Innovation in Young Adult Care – Parallel F
A model for young adult renal clinics – Dr Paul Harden & Daley Cross, Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Supporting transitions for young people affected by substance use – Colin Hughes, Young Addaction Lancashire
Adolescents in KAOS: Demonstrating the need for more age appropriate care in an inner London teaching hospital – Dr Simon Chapman, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Plenary
Young trans people and healthcare – Jezza Donovan, Gendered Intelligence
Skin, stigma, services and support – Dr Tess McPherson, Oxford University Hospitals
Skin, stigma, services and support – Claire Howard, Centre for Appearance Research, University of the West of England
Skin, stigma, services and support – Dr Emma Howard, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation Trust

Download the book of poster abstracts here.

‘A new look at young people’s health’

The plenary and parallel session presentations are available below.

Young people’s health in the context of devolution – Ian Williamson

Young peoples health, everyone’s responsibility – Emma Rigby

A new look at young people’s health from the GP perspective – Marian Davis

Meeting young people’s health needs in other primary care settings – Nicola Gray

Mental health & chronic illness – Ann Marie Brady

Impact of cyberbullying on mental health – Amanda Fahy

Acute care for adolescents and young adults – Lorraine Albon

Disrupting cycles of violence in A&E – John Poyton

A&E youth connector project – Elizabeth Rankin & William Lilley

Be Healthy new peer resource – Kirsche Walker

Brook showcase – Natalie Denny

Communications in young people’s consultations – Peter Callery

Developmentally appropriate healthcare for young people – Albert Farre

Developing an acceptable & feasible management intervention for children & young people living with diabetes  – Alice Cai

Confidentiality and young people – RCGP Adolescent Health Group

Diabetes and transition – Stephanie Lamb

The role of the pharmacist in the support of young people with chronic illness – David Terry

Supporting & promoting the health & wellbeing of young people – the role of schools – Jan Gouveia

School nurse approach to safeguarding, FGM & CSE – Liz Donegan

Using data to understand patterns in young people’s health needs & inform commissioning – Ann Hagell

Teenage pregnancy: job done or more to do? – Alison Hadley

Self-harm – a growing problem? – Adam Connor

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