Ideas, inspiration, and information about how to create real change in your organisation regardless of the level you work at. A fantastic online event present by the ACAMH Sottish Branch providing up to date info about key change projects in Scotland including the Promise, Fox Grove inpatient unit, trauma-informed implementation and cross service collaborations.
About the event
- Fundamentals of implementation science
- Learn what others have done to move to effect real change
- Stories and examples illustrating how change has been made and what enabled this
- Understand how an individual’s role can be part of effective change regardless of position
- Reflect on how we can close the aspiration to achievement gap
- Ideas and examples about to operationalise and embed principles into practice
Who should attend
Anyone working with children including CAMHS, Schools, Social Work, Care services, third sector and the NHS
Pricing and booking
- EARLY BIRD OFFER for Members only – £20 for the first 50 booking!
- Members after early bird £30
- Non-members £40
Prices also include exclusive access to all lectures for up to 28 days. Plus all delegates receive an electronic CPD certificate.
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09:30 Introduction from ACAMH Scottish Branch Chair Dan Johnson
09:45 Melissa Van Dyke – International Expert Advisor On Implementation: Centre for Excellence for Children’s Care and Protection
10:15 Fiona Dyer – Director Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice
11:00 Helen Smith – Clinical Director & Victoria McNulty Service Manager: New National Secure Adolescent Inpatient Service for Scotland (NSAIS)
11:30 Claire Coleman – Lead L&D, Engagement and Evaluation: Police Scotland Mental Health Pathway
13:00 Carol Burt-Wilson, MBE, – Project Manager and Founder of I Am Me Scotland
13:30 Ian Smith Lawyer of the year
14:15 Closing thoughts
NB this programme is subject to change
About the speakers
I am International Expert Advisor on Implementation at Centre of Excellence for Children’s Care and Protection (CELCIS), University of Strathclyde. With key stakeholders, I support capacity building in improvement and implementation science for health, education, and social care. I support transfer of policy and legislation into real practice change across Scotland. I came to implementation after working in state government in the United States in the child welfare, children’s mental health, and juvenile justice systems. I have coordinated and led various organizational and statewide program implementation and system improvement initiatives. At the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN), I provided implementation science expertise and led community, state, and federal initiatives to support effective practices in mental health, child welfare, education, criminal justice, and early childhood and provided leadership to build capacity of federal, state, and local partners for effective implementation of evidence-based and evidence-informed programs and policies.
As Director, Fiona leads CYCJ towards its ambition of ensuring that Scotland’s approach to children and young people in conflict with the law is rights-respecting, contributing to better outcomes for children, young people and communities. This involves supporting professionals from all disciplines who work with children and young people on the cusp of or involved in offending by promoting best practice based on up-to-date evidence and research. Before joining CYCJ Fiona was seconded to the Scottish Government youth justice team for three years, and prior to this worked for ten years as a social worker and social work manager within the fields of youth and criminal justice.
Iain H B Smith, LLB (Hons), Dip LP, NP (Partner). Iain specialises in Criminal Law, undertaking summary and solemn work in Livingston Sheriff and Justice of the Peace Courts as well as other courts across Scotland. He has been involved in a number of high profile High Court Trials. He also acts as a legal representative for a number of well known sports stars. He fights hard to protect people’s rights and passionately defends his clients. His career as a solicitor started in 1993 and 5 years later he formed Keegan Smith with Jim Keegan QC. Iain is actively involved in the creating a fairer criminal justice system and is the leading trauma informed lawyer in Scotland. He is a core group member of West Lothian Adverse Childhood Experiences Hub and a Trustee of the charity Aid & Abet, who try to assist people get out of the cycle of offending. Iain is also boldly asking all judges in Scotland to treat those appearing before the court with respect & dignity. Iain is the winner of Scottish Lawyer of the Year Legal Award 2020 and was runner up in the Herald Awards for Solicitor of the Year 2019.