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Delivering youth-friendly primary care. Dr Dick Churchill Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Skills University of Nottingham Medical School and Vice Chair of the RCGP Adolescent Task Group . Delivering Youth Friendly Primary Care. Dick Churchill

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delivering youth friendly primary care

Delivering youth-friendly primary care

Dr Dick Churchill

Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Skills

University of Nottingham Medical School and Vice Chair of the RCGP Adolescent Task Group

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Delivering Youth Friendly Primary Care

Dick Churchill

GP, Associate Professor of Primary Care, & Acting Chair RCGP Adolescent Task Group

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“I would that there were no age between ten and three and twenty, or that youth would sleep out the rest; for there is nothing in the between but getting wenches with child, wronging the ancientry, stealing, and fighting.”

William Shakespeare,

The Winters Tale act iii, scene iii

Walk the Talk 19/3/2008

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“….the problems of youth are many-sided and compelling. To their solution medicine has a contribution to make: this is surely, above all, in the sphere of the family doctor”.

Anonymous Editorial

British Medical Journal 1954

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We ‘have been slow to give adolescence the same concentrated care that has gone into the study of the baby and the young child’. ‘If as a society we are to understand our adolescents instead of being estranged from them, we have to catch up fast on our ignorance of what life means to adolescents today, and what the world looks like through their eyes’

James Hemming

(1960)

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the 1980s research begins
The 1980s: Research begins
  • Unmet needs
    • The public health agenda
    • The young persons agenda
  • Perceived barriers to care
    • Access issues
    • Confidentiality
    • Communication breakdown
  • Mixed results from interventions

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“It’s not that he doesn’t listen..sometimes he doesn’t fully comprehend that he’s talking in a way you can’t understand ..”

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the 1990s changing practice
The 1990s: Changing practice

The RCGP Adolescent Working Party

  • Raising awareness
  • Changing attitudes
  • Training resources:
    • Getting It Right
    • Confidentiality Toolkit
    • Trust
    • HEAR

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the 2000s making a difference
The 2000s: Making a difference

National Policy & Initiatives

  • Walk the Talk
  • ‘You’re Welcome’ Standards
  • Teenage Health Demonstration Sites
  • National Service Framework
  • Association for Young People’s Health
  • E-Learning Package for Adolescent Health

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amy s story
Amy’s Story

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what works act
What Works? ACT

Appropriate access, awareness & attitudes

Communication

Trust & training

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the 2010s changing society
The 2010s: Changing society
  • Today’s adolescents will be tomorrow’s adults.
  • Healthy young people will be healthier adults.
  • Health gains can multiply.
  • Practices that look after their young people well look after all of their patients better

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act now
ACT now
  • Check out ‘Walk the Talk’ resources
  • Join the Association for Young People’s Health: www.youngpeopleshealth.org.uk
  • Watch out for the RCPCH E-Learning package on Adolescent Health
  • Visit www.youngpeopleshealth.org.uk
  • Get a copy of the HEAR DVD ([email protected])
  • Review your practice and make a change

Walk the Talk 19/3/2008

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