This webcast is both relevant as well as timely given the current coalition government’s recognition of the importance of good parenting for children’s outcomes. A number of independent reviews have been commissioned, for example, Allen Review, Field Review and Munro Review. These point to a growing body of evidence, indicating that when evidence-based interventions are implemented at scale with families that need them, significant population-wide benefits can be achieved. These benefits include considerable reductions in school failure, youth crime, adolescent drug and alcohol misuse and child maltreatment.
This webcast was recorded at the conference held on 19 July 2012 in York.
This inaugural webcast between ACAMH and YoungMinds (recorded on 20 November 2012, London) was the first time that the two associations have joined together to host an event, despite sharing a wide area of interests and complimentary specialisms. It offered a unique opportunity to draw together skills, knowledge and experience, and create a programme which took as its focus the world of online mediums and packages.
Emanuel Miller 2012 Annual Lecture and Conference