BACCH Position statements & discussion documents

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Date of document

BACD & BACCH Survey on the Impact of Austerity Measures on Disabled Children

BACD and BACCH surveyed members on the impact of austerity measures on families with disabled children. This was followed up in January 2015 with an addition survey. BACD Chair Dr Karen Horridge was interviewed for BBC News on 18 February 2015.

November 2014

"Family Friendly Framework"

The Family Friendly Framework represents two years of joint work between BACCH and
the British Association for Child and Adolescent Public Health to address the concerns
of their memberships that recent NHS changes based on competition and market
principles, particularly in England, were creating fragmentation rather than integration
in services for children and their families.

November 2014

Clinical Supervision and Peer Review

BACCH Executive Committee considered the purpose and process of clinical
peer review at the request of a number of members and has produced this guidance.

  1. Clinical supervision and peer review for Community Paediatricians
October 2014

The meaning of "integrated care" for children and families in the UK

 

January 2012

 


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