OO-CAMHS Service Transformation Toolkit

By Timimi, Tetley and Burgoine

OO-CAMHS(an acronym that stands for Outcome Oriented Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services) draws on a large international evidence base that has consistently shown certain extra-therapeutic factors (such as social context) and intra-therapeutic factors (such as therapeutic relationship) are most likely to influence outcome. It is the first CAMHS development that is designed to incorporate this evidence into a whole service model that can improve outcomes for children, adolescents and their families at the same time as maximising efficient use of resources.

FInd out more about the OO-CAMHS Service Transformation Toolkit here .

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