The CYPHP programme is currently suspended.
This is because the CYPHP team is working to support the NHS to manage the coronavirus and essential services.
Once services return to business as usual, we will be in touch with our partners to continue our work of transforming children's healthcare. Until then, we hope everyone stays safe and well during this time.
The CYPHP programme is about changing the way that we (professionals) work together to look after the children and young people we serve.
As GPs, CYPHP helps you work closer with general paediatricians in CYPHP clinics (also known as In-reach clinics) to give our patients a more effective service. The clinics mean we speak with one voice, which our children and families appreciate. The Teen Health Talk will help you understand what is really bothering the young person in front of you a lot quicker than before. Having your receptionist staff undertake CYPHP's young people friendly training will reassure you that, as a practice, YP's needs and rights are respected in a way that works.
As a children's nurse, the CYPHP team is there to help you reach out and work with others in the community or to give advice on their specialism.
CYPHP have developed a bespoke training programme for Personal Advisors for young people leaving local authority care, as well as the wider social care team, with a focus on engagement and early intervention before young people leave care.
Schools & Teachers
As a teacher we can help you manage children with asthma. Please see our Q&A for school staff on helping students manage their condition.
With our partners the Training Effect we also offer an innovative new emotional resilience building training programme, 'Head-First', to schools in Lambeth and Southwark.