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  1. Children and Young People’s IAPT New Collaboratives briefing March 2012 IAPT Website:

  2. Plan for Today • Context setting • The Children and Young People’s IAPT Project • The application process

  3. Context: Policy • New Mental Health Strategy, 2011 • - Life course approach: Quality Driven • - Implementation Plan being prepared • NHS and Social Care Bill, 2011 • - Outcomes frameworks, NHS, Social Care, Public Health • Commissioning developments • QIPP, CQUIN • CAMHS PbR • Data & IT, Choice • - Data to support quality and choice

  4. Context: Current Services • Lack of systematic evidence of • what services deliver • and what is missing is major weakness

  5. Project assumptions • CYP IAPT will learn from Adult IAPT but will be specific to the needs of children and families • The budget is still modest and will be available until the next Comprehensive Spending Review. • Participation in the CYP IAPT project will be offered to existing CAMHS - not necessarily exclusively provided by the NHS.

  6. Transforming CAMHS through IAPT • Working in partnership with children and young people • EmbedEBP by service development • Building on established local relationships • Training CAMHS staff in RCT validated techniques • Enhance supervision and monitoring of outcomes • Maximise the value of investment • Deliver quick and visible change • Optimise local flexibility

  7. 2011-2012 • Year one • CBT for anxiety and depression & parenting training for conduct disorder • Training for supervisors • Training for therapists – Targeted/specialist (T2/3) • Training in the use of outcomes information • Training programme to support service managers • Excluded from year one • Training of staff at universal and early targeted levels • NICE recommended modalities other than CBT and parenting training

  8. CYP IAPT Learning Collaboratives • Core group of providers delivering high quality training to a wide area • Working in collaboration to maximise chance of delivering service change • Local CAMHS partnerships to contribute to designing and delivering training • technical input • clinical supervision • involvement of service users • peer evaluation • oversight • skills exchange schemes • Encouraging HEIs to invest in a long term response to training

  9. Partnership 1 NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS Commissioners VS VS VS CAMHS-IAPT Learning Collaboratives • HEI • Assure quality • Organise training • Deliver content • (in partnership) Partnership 3 Partnership 2 Commissioners Commissioners

  10. Partnership 5 Partnership 6 Partnership 1 Partnership 4 NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS NHS CAMHS Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners VS VS VS VS VS VS Building a Lasting Collaborative Mentorship Peer Support • HEI • Assure quality • Organise training • Deliver content • (in partnership) Peer Support Mentorship Partnership 3 Partnership 2 Commissioners Commissioners Mentorship Peer Support

  11. Year one collaboratives Reading UCL & KCL Salford •Ox and Bucks •Wilts, Bath and NE Somerset •Gloucs •Swindon •Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole •Lambeth & Southwark •Herts •Sussex •Westminster •Haringey •Cambridge •Wandsworth •Greenwich •Derby •Manchester and Salford •Pennine North •Pennine South •Barnsley

  12. What does our offer include? • Training and ‘backfill’ for staff • Trainees • Supervisors • Managers/leaders • Funding for service development, IT infrastructure, participation,accreditation • Creating change agents within CAMHS • Funding for a further year for data capture across the service

  13. The Curriculum • Five modules for Supervisors (1), Service Manager/leaders (1) and Therapists (3) • One core module for both CBT and parenting • Two specialist modules either for CBT or parenting • Outcomes focus • Service Managers and leads – elements of core plus organisational change management

  14. Principle Behind the Core Offer: Rigorous Adherence to Protocol • National curriculum to define teaching content • Well-defined competencies to evaluate individual trainees at selection and at the end of training • Strong front-ending of supervisor training • HEIs to ensurecompetence of practice and implementation • Unwaveringemphasis on outcomes monitoring and outcomes-informed practice • Learning from the evidence at individual therapist, speciality and service organisation levels

  15. Principle Behind the Core Offer: Flexibility • Allowing variation in structures for the construction of learning collaboratives that effectively meet IAPT priorities given local organisational constraints • Creating (modularised) training programme structures that optimally match skills needs • Encouraging collaboration between HEIs and partnerships and between partnerships to make optimal use of local knowledge and skills • Within Collaborative Clusters organisation of the funding for the programme (including backfill and infrastructure)

  16. The funding formula - each collaborative has a package based on Therapist to supervisor ratio 5:1 Staff & Fees -Therapist backfill (per therapist) £30K -Supervisor and leadership backfill £60K -Therapist training £12K -Supervisor training £ 5K Infrastructure £100K -Service manager/lead training £ 5K -IT £40K -Participation £10K -Service development e.g. self referral £35K -Accreditation of services £10K

  17. Changes to the formula since year one If you apply for a supervisor and have less than 5 trainees, formula is Supervisor training + backfill for 4months+ funding to supervise the number of trainees applied for at £8K per trainee Eg – partnership applies for 4 therapists, supervisor funding is 5K +20K plus (4x8K) = £57K Collaborative received contribution towards project management and startup up - £50K

  18. Using the funding • Can be used flexibly – but we do ask how you plan touse the moneyto meet thecommitments you sign up to - • For example • Agreeing extra supervision or support from HEI • Setting up new systems e.g. telephone triage

  19. Criteria to Evaluate Bids: HEIs • Capacity to select supervisors and trainees • Quality of curriculum delivery, competencies of training staff & capacity to draw on external staff • Track record of workingwith local areas & other HEIs • To act as focus of activity for delivery of research and training needs to NHS (HIACs, AHSCs) • Input from service-users and families into curriculum and delivery • Delivery of teaching to distant sites while meeting trainees’ needs

  20. Criteria to Evaluate Bids: Partnerships • Vision for enhancing service by embedding EBP therapy and commitment to training • Markers of stability (e.g. funding TMHS) • Vision and commitment to outcomes monitoring • Vision to improve access to therapy including self referral • Ensuring access and waiting times are sustained • Matching community aspirations • Existing ratio of need to current resources

  21. Criteria to Evaluate Bids: Learning Collaborative • Quality of integration between HEI and partnerships in the IAPT programme • Previous joint working with other HEIs • Plan for involving children and families • Capacity to disseminate and develop mentoring relationship within the partnership • Capacity to maintain mentoring and peer support relationships between trusts

  22. Service Change: Embedding Evidence in Practice • Effective liaison, consultation and training to partner agencies and referrers • Embedding outcome monitoring • in the therapeutic relationship • in supervision

  23. Routine Outcome Monitoring • Full details and resources are on the web – • Measures at assessment, session by session and at review/end • Embedding outcome monitoring • in the therapeutic relationship • in supervision • Across all practitioners not just IAPT trainees • Data information sessions 19 March 2012

  24. The CYP-IAPT Implementation Feedback Process Develop a Collaborative Partnership Adapt for Contexts & Culture Train Professionals Evaluate Effectiveness Evaluate Fidelity – Certification and Accreditation – video observation Make Sustainable – Supervision and recertification

  25. Quality Assurance and Evaluation • Accreditation in development • Sites and Collaboratives to be evaluated using outcomes monitoring and CYP evaluations • We are intent on evaluation of the process as a whole

  26. Advertise for phase one sites Completed applications to be submitted Select sites Supervisors and Service managers begin training Therapists begin training End of July Feb 2012 End of July End of July June 2012 End of July November 2012 End of July January 2013 April 23rd 2012 Timeline for 2012-Phase One

  27. The Application Process • Bidding process – our interest is in high quality training, sign up to the fixed aspects of the project and understanding how you will approach areas where method of delivery is not determined • Evaluation methodology and weighting is in the Offer • The size of the bids are not predetermined • Funding will flow via PCTs/CCGs

  28. Lessons Learned in Year One • The bid must be for all elements of the National Curriculum and offer – majoring on one therapy only or excluding service development is not advisable • Big partnerships covering many boroughs are an added strain • Governance and relationships are key • Make sure you and your staff are up for the challenge • Read the paperwork and ask questions • For DH – make the form a word document and extend the time as much as possible

  29. Documents you will need to consider • National Curriculum • Sets out our requirements for HEIs and Training Providers core offer • Core offer • Sets out in detail our offer to you • Sets out the calculations sitting behind the funding package • Sets out what we are looking for in competitive bids

  30. Documents continued • Collaborative Application Form • Requires senior level sign off • Word applications for all qualitative information • Excel workbook • One worksheet for each HEI/Training Provider • One worksheet for each local partnership • Financial macros calculate the funding package

  31. After 23rd April • Bids are sent to SHA leads for comment – each SHA has been asked to nominate a lead/link for the project • Short listing by members of the Service Development Group who are not bidding • Interview appointments sent out for interviews • Interviews in June

  32. 2012-13 – new investment announced • Existing package through existing collaboratives • Increase in geographical reach of collaboratives • Introduction of new therapies – IPT and SFT • E packages • - universal staff • - counsellors • -Computerised Therapies CYP

  33. CYP IAPT Training CBT Parent training Service development Year two additional modalities: SFT IPT

  34. You are applying for • Existing CBT, parenting and Service development package • You will have the opportunity to supply/train in the new therapies when we know how they will be delivered • •