BACCH policy documents and publications are listed below in reverse date order. Please use the sub-menus to sort between categories. (Some content is only available to members.)

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Covering all bases: Community Child Health workforce

RCPCH & BACCH have developed resources to support workforce planning for community paediatric services
1 Sep 2017

Looked after Children: Knowledge, skills & competences of health care staff

BACCH concerns on document published in 2015
10 Jan 2017

BACCH response to RCPCH consultation on Stroke in Childhood Guidelines

BACCH submittted comments to RCPCH on the draft of updated guidelines.  Finalised guidelines available on the RCPCH website.

1 Jan 2017

BACCH News: 2016 editions

All four editions of BACCH News from 2016
31 Dec 2016
Members only

State of Children & Young People’s Health Report

BACCH feedback to RCPCH
2 Oct 2016

Local area SEND

BACCH response to Ofsted consultation
2 Dec 2015

Transition from children’s to adults’ services

BACCH response to NICE consultation
22 Oct 2015

Informatics Coding lists

The BACCH Informatics Committee have formulated a number of documents to aid clinical coding.
1 Jan 2015
Members only

Promoting the health & welfare of looked-after children

BACCH response to Dept for Education consultation
31 Dec 2014

Service Review Template

A ‘check-list’ of information & data that a Community Child Health Service will find helpful to collate if a service review is being undertaken.
18 Dec 2014
Members only

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

In November 2014 BACD and BACCH surveyed members on the impact of austerity measures on families with disabled children.
1 Nov 2014

Family Friendly Framework

Joint BACCH-BACAPH project: a whole systems approach for the planning, delivery and improvement of services for children and families
1 Nov 2014

Clinical Supervision & Peer Review

Clinical supervision & peer review for Community Paediatricians
1 Oct 2014

SEND Reforms (including job description for DMO)

New legislation & a code of practice for special educational needs & disability (SEND) launched in 2014
1 Sep 2014

BEST Standards

BACCH BEST Standarts Toolkit
1 Feb 2013

Prospectus for children’s health services delivered in community settings

​This prospectus is a framework for paediatricians to use when engaging with commissioners and managers
12 Oct 2012
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