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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BACCH info and advice on COVID-19 is available in the news section

BACCH response to Shortage occupation list Review 2018

Response submitted to the Migration Advisory Committee December 2018
14 Dec 2018

BACCH News: 2017 editions

All 2017 editions of BACCH News
31 Dec 2017
Members only

BACCH response to Working Together to Safeguard Children

BACCH response to Child Death Reviews Chapter
1 Dec 2017

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 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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