Request for Case Studies: A Training Course for Improving Health Through Youth Work and Social Care

16 May 2013

Youthlink Scotland, Youth Scotland, CLD Managers (Scotland), and the Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland (CELCIS), are currently looking for brief case studies. The case studies will highlight activity undertaken by youth work, social care and CLD staff to help improve health and wellbeing for children and young people in Scotland.

The partners are particularly keen to highlight work around:

  • physical activity
  • healthy eating
  • substance misuse: drugs and volatile substances
  • smoking
  • alcohol
  • self-harm
  • bullying
  • sexual health
  • dental health
  • mental health (depression)

The case studies will be used to develop a new health improvement training course for youth work, social care and CLD staff. The training course will explore how, within their own practice, participants can enhance their skills and knowledge to improve health and address health inequalities for children and young people with whom they work.

If you would like to submit a case study highlighting your work in this area, please complete the template below and return it to the following address by Friday 31 May 2013. 

Please return to:

John Brown
Senior Health Improvement Officer
NHS Health Scotland
Tel: 0131 313 7529
E-mail: john.brown8@nhs.net
www.healthscotland.com


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    Please download and complete this form and return to John Brown, Senior Health Improvement Officer, NHS Health Scotland, Tel: 0131 313 7529, E-mail: john.brown8@nhs.net