The National Children’s Bureau needs your help with an exciting project to develop National Institute for Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines on babies, children and young people’s experience of healthcare.
We would like to partner with 6 groups of children between 4-7 years old in any location across England. We would like to run one fun, interactive session with each group over the next few months.
We will explore how young children view healthcare – what they think about health and what makes it a positive or negative experience.
The knowledge we gather from these groups will help the National Guidelines Alliance and their partners develop guidelines that supports babies, children and young people to access safe and positive healthcare.
What is in it for your group or class?
- Working with National Children’s Bureau and NICE is a brilliant opportunity to support children to develop participation and decision-making skills
- We will work with each staff team to develop interactive sessions that work for your children
- The recommendations from each reference group will be taken into consideration to develop NICE guidelines used by all healthcare providers and commissioners in England!
- The National Children’s Bureau will write a thematic report drawing on the learning we gathered across reference groups. Your settings will be fully credited in the report and we encourage you to share
This is a massively exciting project that will have an impact on how babies, children and young people in England experience healthcare.Contact Saskia Jenkins at the National Children’s Bureau for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org