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AYPH charity
Association for Young People's Health - working to improve young people's health and wellbeing.
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AYPH charity Oct 18
Great opportunity to showcase your innovative new work with young people - go on!
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J of Adolescence Oct 17
An important new review article on from the Journal of Adolescence. use and the developing brain.
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AYPH charity Oct 18
"Integrated Care Systems' (ICSs) and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships' (STPs) strategic plans should be developed by November 2019 and will guide their work for the next five years...of paramount importance to improving the health of children and young people"
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Commonwealth Youth Health Network Oct 17
Our partners & are consulting on a new Call to Action on Adolescent Health & Wellbeing - setting out a clear advocacy roadmap for improving the lives of . Take a look and share your ideas -
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AYPH charity Oct 18
New guide from & : What Good Children & Young People’s Public Health Looks Like, looks at broad range of actions the system should take to ensure all children and young people get the best start in life and grow up healthy, happy and safe.
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Kayleigh Wainwright Oct 17
We're looking for a passionate and organised person to come and join my team. If you enjoy engaging with young people and the youth sector, like running events and want to make a difference then this job might be for you!
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AYPH charity Oct 17
Interesting project that used theatre performance developed with young people to build awareness and understanding around asthma in schools.
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AYPH charity Oct 16
Good news in youth health coming in from the USA today...
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AYPH charity Oct 16
We're retweeting us basically because it makes us feel sophisticated, but we think it is celebrating the first UNICEF film festival dedicated to children and young people 😀
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AYPH charity Oct 16
This was a really important message that came out of the secondary data analysis undertaken for the , which we were involved in with
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Health Foundation Oct 16
'The transition into adulthood is a critical stage in our lives, setting us on a path that will have profound implications for our future health', says for Read our final report:
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AYPH charity Oct 16
Great to see this two-year, youth-led inquiry completed today. Excellent to have worked on it with See our final working paper for the inquiry at
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Health Foundation Oct 15
Today we launch our final report, exploring factors affecting young people's future health including: ➡️ a fragmented approach to government investment in ➡️ a challenging housing and job market Read the report:
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AYPH charity Oct 16
Looking forward to presenting at the Adolescent Health Conference 2020: Working together to bridge the gaps. Early bird ticket prices available now!
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AYPH charity Oct 15
Replying to @dez_holmes
Good to be working on this with you Dez and the team
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AYPH charity Oct 15
Really pleased to be joining at the to showcase this interesting project based on analysis of and longitudinal data
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Rakhee Shah Oct 14
So important that health provision for looked after children includes comprehensive transition services as more teenagers go into care
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AYPH charity Oct 15
To find out more about what taking a public health approach means in relation to knife crime, check out our recent briefing paper for .
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AYPH charity Oct 15
£4 million funding announced by for teams of youth workers in 5 A&E hospitals in areas with high levels of young victims of violent crime as part of a public-health approach to tackling violent crime in the capital.
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Rakhee Shah Oct 14
Replying to @pier_network
Sad to be missing out on - if anyone wants to read up on health outcomes for young people 10-24 have a look at our new edition of Key Data on Young People
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