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Engage Daily Update - 29 October
Engage Daily Update - 29 October

Engage Daily Update - 29 October

29/10/2021


Support for Individuals

I Am Me Scotland Newsletter October 2021

 

Support for Organisations

Climate Change and Sustainability - Key Messages

 

Training

Modern apprenticeship opportunities at DSM in Dalry
Find out more about our prestigious Modern Apprenticeship programmes at our site in Dalry North Ayrshire (before applications open in Dec 2021). A fantastic opportunity for young people with an interest in science, engineering and technology.
Our Apprentice programmes provide opportunities to learn new skills in process operations and manufacturing - engineering maintenance – laboratory science.
 
To find out more about potential 2022 apprenticeships at DSM, the world leading supplier of Nutritional Ingredients click the following Link: https://sway.office.com/iq9ShxmemHpkpuGW?ref=email

 

Online Events

Participation Network webinar – Engagement in mental health services – Tuesday 02 Nov 11:30am -1pm
Healthcare Improvement Scotland
 
Our Participation Research Network is an opportunity to share learning, best practice and exciting news about public engagement research and public participation projects with a health or care focus. It is open to practitioners, policy makers, researchers and everyone with an interest in sharing evidence on participation (public involvement, engagement, co-production) in health and social care. The network is undertaking a webinar series throughout November sharing learning on engagement and participation in health and social care.
 
Our first webinar is on the topic of ‘Engagement in mental health services’ on Tuesday November 02 11:30am – 1pm.
 
This webinar will share examples from 3 organisations of engagement in mental health services. National mental health service See Me will share mental health inclusion resources, while NHS Ayrshire & Arran and NHS Dumfries & Galloway will describe engagement carried out by their Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
 
If you or your networks/partners would be interested in attending then please use the following link which will take them to HIS – Community Engagement website and Eventbrite sign up for external attendees.
 
https://www.hisengage.scot/events-list/2-nov-2021-webinar/
 
Further information about the event is below. Information about future webinars in the series can be found here: https://www.hisengage.scot/sharing-practice/events/
 
About this event
This webinar will share examples from 3 organisations of engagement in mental health services. National mental health service See Me will share mental health inclusion resources, while NHS Ayrshire & Arran and NHS Dumfries & Galloway will describe engagement carried out by their Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
 
An introduction to participation in CAMHS
Rachel McKechnie - CAMHS Participation Officer, NHS Ayrshire & Arran
Through efforts being made to implement the Scottish Government's CAMHS Service Specification, the CAMHS team in NHS Ayrshire & Arran developed the role of Participation Officer. The specification focuses on involving young people and their families in all service developments and how we publish information and communicate with these groups. Rachel will talk about her role and the engagement work she has conducted so far.
 
Mental health inclusion resources for healthcare
Tom Scott - Improvement Advisor, See Me
To complement the strategic work of See Me in tackling mental health stigma and discrimination through engagement with leadership, communications, and policy in health and social care, See Me has developed a suite of practical mental health inclusion resources. Both healthcare professionals experience and people with lived experience of mental health were involved in planning and disseminating the resources.
 
Young people's participation during a pandemic
Alison Telfer - CAMHS Participation Lead, NHS Dumfries & Galloway
(CAMHS) Young People’s Participation Group is a small group of young people who are 'experts by experience' and are currently accessing services or have in the past within Dumfries and Galloway. The young people are all passionate and interested in using creative arts to express themselves and tackle mental health stigma and raise awareness. This project focused on both self and public stigma, and group members shared their ideas, advice and experiences of mental health through a short animation and a booklet aimed at other children and young people.

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