AYPH offers consultancy work to help other organisations and strategic bodies either initiate or increase young people’s participation. We use fun, inclusive and creative techniques either face-to-face with young people or by reaching out to them through social media. We have worked with young people to produce resources for public bodies such as NHS England, Public Health England, Pharmacy Research UK, local authorities and voluntary sector organisations like Croydon Drop-In and Cystic Fibrosis Trust. If you are interested in commissioning us to do some participation work, have a look at our participation statement that answers some FAQs.
Commissioned by the Healthy London Partnership, AYPH has worked with a diverse range of young people in order to discover how they felt about different models of care and what was important to them when they were acutely unwell. In this report we present the perspectives of young people on what they want from acute care, from a short series of workshops held in London in 2017/18.
AYPH was commissioned by the Royal College of Physicians to run a participation project exploring acute care services with young people. We organised workshops with four groups of young people across England to gather their experiences and views, including No Limits Southampton, Birmingham Sexual Health Service, CHIVA and Ambitious about Autism.
Participants from these four services met in London in January 2017. Together they created two brand new youth-led resource about their experiences of acute care services and how those services can better meet the needs of all young people. These resources are complimentary to the RCP’s existing acute care toolkit for adolescents and young adults.
The infographic asks a series of questions to professionals providing acute care services and proposes solutions for each one. The aim is for service providers to follow the flowchart from start to finish to ensure that they are taking all young people’s needs into consideration and acknowledge the ways they
We carried out a consultation with young people and parents to find out their views about digital online records in the form of a ‘hub’, bringing together GP and hospital records, test results, immunisations and other health information in one place. Read our findings here.
We were commissioned by Pharmacy Research UK to run workshops with a group of young people from Birmingham Children’s Hospital with juvenile arthritis. The young people created this film, which is a series of sketches and interviewed the adult professionals.