7-11 year olds asked to help develop guidelines for positive healthcare

Can your 7-11 year olds help develop guidelines for positive healthcare experiences?

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.

They would like to partner with 2 primary schools in any location across England. In each school they will form a reference group of 12 children aged 7-11 and work with them in four sessions across 2019 - 2020.

They will explore how young children view healthcare – their experiences, worries, thoughts and suggestions. The knowledge they gather from these groups will help National Guidelines Alliance and their partners develop guidelines that supports babies, children and young people to access safe and positive healthcare.

Further information and contact details for the project can be accessed here


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