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Measuring improvement in outcomes for children and young people. Jim Magee and Ruth Talbot Knowledge for Improvement project. Knowledge needs - rationale. To review the way we measure progress against the ECM outcomes and aims Why bother? 5 Outcomes and aims are very powerful

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Measuring improvement in outcomes for children and young people

Jim Magee and Ruth Talbot

Knowledge for Improvement project

knowledge needs rationale
Knowledge needs - rationale
  • To review the way we measure progress against the ECM outcomes and aims
  • Why bother?
    • 5 Outcomes and aims are very powerful
    • but feedback suggests there are problems with the indicators beneath them:
      • not all outcome-focused
      • not all available at a local level
      • outcomes - uneven coverage
      • age ranges - uneven coverage

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knowledge needs action
Knowledge needs - action

4 linked pieces of work:

  • Develop a set of ‘descriptors’ to clarify the aims and highlight their most important aspects
  • Use the descriptors to develop a more complete set of outcome-focused population indicators
  • Work with inspectorates and local authorities to refine the existing set of performance measures
  • Ensure that qualitydata is available to underpin the indicators and measures and allow breakdown of outcomes for vulnerable groups
progress
Progress
  • Draft set of population indicators developed
    • Tested and refined in a series of focus groups
    • Overwhelmingly positive reaction – reflects direction of travel of a number of partners
  • Agreement from inspectorates to work together on performance measures
  • Approval from Ministers to continue with development work
population indicators
Population indicators
  • ‘Long list’ of 50 proposed population indicators in total, with a good spread across the five outcomes
  • 3 would be used twice
  • c. 35% currently available nationally and locally
  • c. 30% currently available at national level only
  • c. 15% would be totally new, most coming from surveying CYP
  • c. 20% are not fully defined or need further investigation
next steps
Next steps
  • Produce a hierarchy of indicators
  • Assess the feasibility of implementing the proposed set of population indicators
  • Develop a business case
  • Reflect work on outcomes for parents
  • Drafting of guidance to accompany redraft
  • Costed proposals to Ministers
discussion
Discussion
  • Thoughts/comments on the work
  • Views on how the refreshed framework could be used to help move towards outcome focused, child-based working
  • Comments on issues that the guidance accompanying the refreshed framework will need to address
  • Barriers that will need to be overcome to implement the refreshed framework
contacts
Contacts

Jim Magee

[email protected]

020 7925 6842

Ruth Talbot

[email protected]

020 7925 7401

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